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    1909-11 T206 Hal Chase Portrait-Blue Background PSA NM-MT 8 - Pop 1 of 1 With None Higher. Slick fielding first baseman Hal Chase, known as "Prince Hal" for his ability to charm, was anything but princely. After charges of bribes, bets and throwing games stateside; Chase, in 1925, tried to start a league in Mexico where he owned a cafe. American League president Ban Johnson knew the president of Mexico and had him deported back to the United States. Of the 63 blue portrait Chase cards submitted to PSA, this is the lone NM-MT 8 example with none graded higher.


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