Rookie cards of two of the baddest pitchers on the planet

Bob Feller and Bob Gibson are probably two of the hardest throwing right-handed pitchers in the history of the game. And their rookies cards proved to be two of the hardest ones for me to add to my rookie collection. Not because they are hard to find … but because I am cheap.

Typically, 1959 Topps Bob Gibson rookies sell for no less than $50 in any condition — at least that’s what they are when ever I go looking for them. And 1948 Bowman Bob Feller rookies are usually in the same ball park.

True, they are not mint. But does this matter to me? Have you not been reading my stuff? What the condition of these cards allowed me to do was add them to my Rookie Card Collection for about the price that one would have cost me. Plus, the Feller will look great with my 1948 Bowman Yogi Berra rookie.


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