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    1930's- 1940's Bob Feller Premiums Trio (3). Bob Feller broke into Major League Baseball in 1936 when he was only 17 years old. His years in the military certainly cost him even greater acclaim and a chance at 400-career victories. Ted Williams called Feller, "the fastest and best pitcher I ever saw during my career." Stan Musial described him as, "probably the greatest pitcher of our era." Feller earned the 1940 American League Triple Crown with a 27-11 W-L plus four saves, 2.61 ERA and 261 strike outs. His three no-hitters are impressive until one considers he racked up a dozen one-hit performances. Offered is a trio of vintage premiums. Includes: 1) 1938 Dixie Lids premium (FR); 2) Scarce "Big League Baseball Viewer" 8x10" photo premium, autographed (VG/EX) and 3) Rare 1948 Thom McAn 8x10" premium.

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    7th Sunday
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