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    1887 N172 Old Judge Pud Galvin (#177-2) PSA EX 5 - Pop One, None Higher. HoFer Pud Galvin wasn't called "The Little Steam Engine" for nothing. The 5' 8" pitcher appeared in 705 games and was the pitcher on record for 675 of them. His 365 career wins ranks him 5th all-time, his 310 loses ranks him in 2nd place all time on "that" list as well. Only Galvin and Cy Young are on record for pitching 6,000 or more innings. Pose: 177-4 In Jacket, Bat In R/Hand at Side; Caption: GALVIN, P. Pittsburg; Grade: PSA EX 5; Photo Quality: Very-Good to Excellent.

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