Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XXXIX
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 3/16/2012
A screwballer who didn’t make his big league debut until age 30, Stuart ping-ponged between the majors and minors between 1949 and 1954. In 1953, with the hapless St. Louis Browns, Stuart was the club’s winningest pitcher with only 8 wins. His mark for fewest wins to lead a pitching staff stood for 35 years until it was broken by Scott Bailes, Tom Candiotti and Phil Niekro of the 1987 Cleveland Indians who all tied for the team’s lead in wins with 7 each.
POP REPORT: 1 of 4 at PSA 8.5. Exceeded by 3 examples graded higher.
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