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    1933 Goudey Paul Waner #25 PSA NM-MT 8 - None Higher. Paul "Big Poison" Waner is best remembered for his fifteen seasons of service to the Pittsburgh Pirates. The 1927 NL MVP winner racked up 237 hits, 131 RBIs and a .380 batting average, leading the Pirates to the 1927 World Series where they would meet the irresistible force of New York's Murderer's Row. Almost 20 years after that career year, Waner recorded his 3,152nd and final career hit for the New York Yankees, the only base hit he posted over ten pinstriped games. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. One of thirteen graded NM-MT with none rated higher. There is nothing about this card that would contradict that assessment. Quality all around.

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    14th Thursday
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