Rod Carew Signed Photograph Lot of 8.. Born in ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionRod Carew Signed Photograph Lot of 8.
Born in the Canal Zone in Panama before immigrating to New York City when he was 14, Rod Carew would shortly become one of the best hitters in the Major Leagues. Winning American League Rookie of the Year in 1967, Carew would go on to appear in eighteen consecutive All Star games, win an MVP in 1977, and seven batting titles throughout his career. After the necessary five year waiting period, Carew was elected to the Hall of Fame on his first ballot gathering 90.5% of the vote.
Offered are seven signed 8x10" photographs and one signed magazine page. Light wear exhibited throughout. Pre-Certified
Guide Value or Estimate: $200 - up.
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