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    1932 U.S. Caramel Lefty O'Doul #24 PSA NM-MT 8 - None Higher. Francis Joseph O'Doul is not exactly a house-hold name but should be. 1932 was a successful campaign for the southpaw slugger, who recorded 219 hits (with twenty-one home runs) to lead all National Leaguers with a .368 batting average, a full eighteen points superior to that of second-place finisher and future Hall of Famer Bill Terry. "Lefty" would finish third in Most Valuable Player voting for 1932, and famously join Ruth, Gehrig and Foxx on the historic Tour of Japan two years later. He even flirted with the revered .400 mark in 1929 when he belted out 254 hits and ended the year with a .398 batting average. He was such a close friend of Joe DiMaggio that the Yankee Clipper invited him along on his honeymoon with Marilyn Monroe. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. One of ten in NM-MT with none graded higher.

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