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    1958 Topps Roger Maris Rookie #47 PSA Mint 9 - None Graded Higher! In 1958, Roger Maris was still a greenhorn at Cleveland, entering his second season and still had not clicked as an outfielder. After a brief stop with the Kansas City A's (and an All-Star appearance), the young man from Fargo, ND was traded to the New York Yankees where he would soon make history. The story of "61 in 61" is known to most baseball fans, but what is sometimes lost in the shuffle is that he won two MVP awards. Maris was an outstanding fielder and Gold Glove recipient. He played in seven All-Star games and won three World Series: two with the Bronx Bombers and one with the Cardinals.

    Offered is Maris's rookie card from the 1958 Topps set. A beautiful card, it has been graded PSA Mint 9. Maris cards and memorabilia rank right up there with most Hall of Famers, despite the fact that Maris has never garnered Cooperstown induction. A superb offering. Less than 1% of the total PSA population grades as high. There are none higher.


    Guide Value or Estimate: $20,000 - up.

    Auction Info

    Bidding Begins Approx.
    October
    28th Thursday
    Auction Dates
    November
    18th-20th Thursday-Saturday
    Proxy Bidding Begins Approx.
    5 Days
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