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    1915 E145-2 Cracker Jack Zach Wheat #52 SGC 88 NM/MT 8. Brooklyn's left field staple from 1909 until 1926, Zach Wheat became the team's quiet leader, ruling not with words but instead with stellar and consistent play on the field. A tremendous batsman, Wheat racked up an impressive .317 career batting average and still holds many offensive records for the team. Offered is one of the finest examples of the HoFers 1915 E145-2 Cracker Jack thin paper card. This close to flawless card has been graded SGC 88 NM/MT 8 making it the only card to grade at this level with a trio grading higher from a total census of 29 examples.

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