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    1911-14 D304 Brunners Bread Cy Young SGC VG/EX 4. John Esch collection. On August 6, 1890 a young man was traded for a suit of clothing. That man was named Denton True Young. His first game was a three-hit, 6-1 victory. He would appear in over 900 games and is still the only man to win 500+ games. We can only hope that the suit was a very nice suit as it launched the career of the greatest pitcher in baseball. His greatness explained by the man himself, "... I never did any unnecessary throwing. I figured the old arm had just so many throws in it, and there wasn't any use wasting them." Offered is a very nice example of his D304 Brunners Bread card issued in 1911 at the end of his historic career. Graded SGC VG/EX 4. The total SGC pop has yet to reach twenty-five submissions. This is one of two graded VG/EX with a handful higher.

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