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    1941 Double Play Ted Williams/Tabor #57/58 PSA NM-MT 8. When the back of your rookie card debut reads "has a great future" it is quite a compliment. When that card features HoF legend Ted Williams, it is a master stroke in the fine art of understatement. The youthful Boston prospect was just three years into his illustrious career when this card appeared in 1941 when he would have a season that would go down in the record books. No, not the 37 Home Runs, 120 RBIs or 135 RBIs which are all mere stats compared to his season batting average of .406! It is a number that may be waved at but never be topped. Williams hadn't yet enjoyed the opportunity to impress baseball fans on the game's grandest stage but it was apparent that the young player was poised to make history. This is a sharp example with four "minty" corners and not a single blemish. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. One of eight in NM-MT with four rated higher.


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