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    1964 Topps Bob Clemente #440 PSA EX-MT 6. In one of the more tragic stories in recent sports history, Roberto Clemente met an untimely death when the plane he was in crashed off the coast of Nicaragua on New Year's Eve 1972. The event happened just three months after Clemente joined the illustrious 3,000 Hit Club, a milestone that is a sign of Hall of Fame-level skill. Clemente did indeed gain entrance into Cooperstown posthumously in 1973. The '63 Topps card here presents nicely and is representative of the simplicity of the Topps issues of the era.

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    28th Sunday
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