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    Harvey Kuenn Signed Postcard Lot of 5.
    Making consecutive All-Star teams in first eight full seasons in the big leagues along with receiving MVP votes each year, Harvey Kuenn was a bonafide star, picking up Rookie of the Year honors in 1953 and leading the league in hits four times. A trade to Cleveland in 1960 sent is playing career on a downward spiral, but his life in baseball was far from over. A longtime coach and interim manager for his hometown Milwaukee Brewers Kuenn and "Harvey's Wallbangers" made it all the way to the World Series in 1982 before falling to the St. Louis Cardinals. Kuenn would be fired a year later as the Brew Crew underperformed, but would serve as a scout in the organization for the rest of his life.

    Offered are five postcards signed by Kuenn, listed below:
    Two 3.5x5.5" 1975 TCMA postcards signed in blue ballpoint ink
    One 3.75x5.75" 1984 TCMA postcard signed in slightly saturated blue sharpie
    One 3.5x5.5" J.D. McCarthy postcard signed in black ballpoint ink
    One cut 3.5x4.5" Kodak postcard signed in blue ballpoint ink

    Moderate wear exhibited throughout each. Pre-Certified

    Guide Value or Estimate: $150 - up.

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