1951 "NED GARVER DAY" REAL PHOTO BUTTON.
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Wednesday, September 23, 2020 9:00:00 PM (20 Minute Clock Begins At Wednesday, September 23, 2020 9:00:00 PM)
1.5", no maker with union bug back stamp. Ned Garver won an amazing 20 games during his St. Louis Browns team's otherwise disastrous 1951 season. On October 14, 1951, his hometown of Defiance, Ohio honored him with a parade and Ned Garver Day was attended by some 5,000 people. Garver began his Major League career in 1948 with the St. Louis Browns and would remain with them until 1952 when he moved over to the Detroit Tigers before pitching for the Kansas City Athletics from 1957-60. Ned finished with a career record of 129-157, an ERA of 3.73 and 881 strikeouts for primarily inept ball clubs. Very light and normal surface wear shows only in reflected light. VF. Paul Muchinsky Collection Book Example.
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