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    1952 Topps John Rutherford #320 PSA NM-MT 8 - None Higher. Johnny Rutherford pitched for just one year in Major League baseball in 1952. The Brooklyn right-hander went 7-7 on a 4.25 ERA as both a starter and reliever. His contribution did help the Dodgers take the '52 NL pennant. Rutherford enjoyed three more years in AAA minor league. It is possible his cards weren't kept around very long as many will attest there are a handful of '52 nigh-number that are harder to find than the others and Rutherford is one of them. With his career over due to shoulder problems, Rutherford got his degree in Osteopathic Medicine in 1962.

    Offered is his 1952 Topps card and this one is an absolutely beauty with perfect centering. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. Currently, there are fifteen graded NM-MT with none higher.


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    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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