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10 Lou Gehrig Baseball Cards You Need To Own

Lou GehrigMuch like his career, Lou Gehrig baseball cards are nothing short of amazing.

Often overshadowed by Babe Ruth, Gehrig put up some truly jaw-dropping statistics himself. Along with a .340 lifetime batting average, he was also able to belt 493 home runs and turned in a staggering 13 consecutive seasons with over 100 RBI.

But, it was his streak of 2,130 consecutive games played that earned him the nickname “Iron Horse” and cemented his legacy as one of the game’s most consistent players.

His boyish smile and enthusiasm with which he played the game made him an easy fan favorite and a joy to watch.

As you can imagine, Lou Gehrig baseball cards are highly sought after by today’s hobbyists and are worth big bucks in high grade. Here’s a look at his best cards that any collector should consider adding to his or her collection.

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60 Most Valuable Baseball Cards: The All Time Dream List

The most valuable baseball cards in the hobby can easily fetch six and seven figure price levels these days.

Think about that for a second:

People are spending as much on old pieces of cardboard as most people spend on a house. And very nice houses at that.

Most Valuable Baseball Cards

So, whoever says that baseball cards are no longer valuable simply doesn't know what he or she is talking about...

Sure, the massive print runs during the late 80's and early 90's killed the value of most post-1980's cards.

But what most usually don't realize is that many pre-War and even high grade post-War vintage baseball cards can go for BIG money.

So, if you're looking to sell baseball cards then you might want to check this list to see if you're sitting on something special.

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22 Al Kaline Baseball Cards You Need To Own

Al KalineAl Kaline baseball cards are some of the most sought after vintage cards in the hobby.

Few players have defined their teams well enough to earn the title “Mr.” followed by their team name…

Ernie Banks was “Mr. Cub”. Tony Gwynn was “Mr. Padre”.

And Al Kaline was “Mr. Tiger”.

Which is quite a title given that Ty Cobb and Hank Greenberg were both Tigers as well.

There were few players who could hit, field, run and throw as well and as consistently as Al Kaline. For just over two decades, Kaline gave Tigers fans someone to depend on.

Al Kaline baseball cards are coveted not just by Detroit Tigers fans but by baseball card collectors far and wide.

Here is a list of 22 of Kaline’s most important baseball cards in the hobby.

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5 Satchel Paige Baseball Cards To Celebrate His Legacy

Satchel PaigeUnfortunately for collectors, there aren’t too many Satchel Paige baseball cards to go around…

You see, Paige spent most of his career as a superstar in the Negro Leagues, making his debut in 1926 with the Chattanooga Black Lookouts.

And since he didn’t make his Major League debut until 1948 when he was 42 years old, few Satchel Paige cards would be printed before he would retire.

His charisma made for stories as legendary as Babe Ruth’s called shot. Like those of him making his teammates sit down in the grass behind him as he struck out the opposing side. Or taunting the legendary Josh Gibson by intentionally walking the bases loaded just so he could strike him out.

Satchel Paige baseball cards remain rare and coveted by many vintage baseball card collectors to this day.

Here is a list of 5 of Paige’s most important baseball cards in the hobby.

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