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    1948 Leaf Warren Spahn #32 PSA NM-MT 8. With a lifetime ERA just barely over the 3.00 mark, Warren Spahn was one of the winningest pitchers in baseball history. Even at the ripe old (in baseball years) age of forty-two, Spahn hurled twenty-three wins against just seven losses with a 2.60 ERA. His three years in the military probably kept him from retiring as a 400 game winner. Offered is his first mainstream card from the Leaf series of 1948. A incredibly clean and sharp example. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. Just eight copies have rated higher.

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