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Saturday, January 16, 2010
1967 Topps Ralph Terry New York Yankees & Mets
There are several interesting facts about Ralph Terry, pitcher for New York Yankees, Kansas City Athletics, Cleveland Indians and New York Mets. His career ended with exactly 1000 strikeouts, gave up the 1960 World Series ending home run to Bill Mazeroski, see video by clicking here, pitched in 5 World Series, and was named the 1962 World Series Most Valuable Player while pitching for the Yankees. After his career in baseball ended, he played professional golf in the 1980's. Learn more about his life by reading his biography at wikipedia.com.
This autographed 1967 Topps Baseball card was obtained from a collector on ebay and is signed in a blue ballpoint pen. Card number 59 in the 1967 set of 609 and autograph number 439 in my personal collection.
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