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    1971 Topps Nolan Ryan #513 SGC 96 Mint 9 - None Higher. Ryan's on the mound exploits are the stuff of legend to young baseball fans and nightmares for those who opposed him. He holds the second most untouchable pitching record in baseball after Cy Young's 511 victories. His 5,714 strikeout total is situated by the hundreds beyond his closest rival in career Ks. Offered is a wonderful example of Nolan's card from the 1971 Topps series when he was still with the New York Mets. The four borders are a deep and saturated black with no visible touches at the corners. Graded SGC 96 Mint 9, one of only six to grade Mint by SGC with none rated higher!


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