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1952 Topps #1 Andy Pafko  (Beckett Value: $5,000)
1952 Topps #1 Andy Pafko  (Beckett Value: $5,000)

1952 Topps #1 Andy Pafko (Beckett Value: $5,000)

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In a career spanning 17 years in the MLB, Andrew Pafko was an All-Star for four seasons. Overall, from 1,852 games, he held a .285 batting average with 213 home runs and 976 RBIs. In 1999, he was named to the Chicago Cubs All-Century Team. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Chicago Cubs (1943–51), Brooklyn Dodgers (1951–52), and Milwaukee Braves (1953–59). He batted and threw right-handed and played center field.

Pafko is known for being card #1 in the 1952 Topps baseball card set. In the 1952 Topps baseball card set, Pafko’s own card is ranked #1; therefore, near mint or better condition of this card is hard to come by. In 1998, one of Pafko’s 1952 Topps baseball cards sold at $84,000. The card played a major role in Cop Out (2010).

This card is the more valuable and rare black back card as shown. Please see scans for details regarding the condition of the card.

Source: Andy Pafko (Society for American Baseball Research)