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    1987 Eddie Mathews Signed Perez-Steele Great Moments #28, PSA/DNA NM-MT 8. The only man to represent the Braves franchise in three cities, Eddie Mathews labored just a single season in Boston before the Milwaukee relocation, adding even further appeal to the presented garment as the last ever Boston National League issue. His twenty-five home runs that rookie campaign included three in the Braves' final home game in Boston, establishing Mathews as the first rookie in Major League history to post a long ball hat trick.

    This lot is perfect for the collector trying to put the finishing touches on a high-grade signed Perez-Steele Great Moments set. Mathews has signed in solid blue sharpie on card number 28 which has been graded a "Near Mint-Mint 8" by PSA. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, NM-MT 8.


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    December, 2018
    2nd Sunday
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