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Hall of Fame Rookie Card Detail
Richie Ashburn

Richie Ashburn Career Statistics
(from baseball-reference.com)
HOF Year: 1995
First Year in MLB: 1948 HOF Category: Player
Last Year in MLB: 1962 HOF Electing Group: Veterans Committee
Originating from a local newspaper, the 1948 Philadelphia Bulletin Richie Ashburn represents the Hall of Famer's earliest and rarest baseball collectibles appearance. Additionally, Ashburn also appears on another 1948 issue, the M114 Baseball Magazine Supplement. The earliest mainstream card picturing Ashburn originates from the 1949 Bowman set. Another 1949 set which includes Ashburn is the Eureka Sportstamps set, which includes only National League ballplayers. Finally, Richie Ashburn also appears in an extremely rare regional issue also from 1949, the Lumis Peanut Butter Phillies set.

Rookie Card (A)

1948 Philadelphia Bulletin

Rookie Card (B)

1948 M114 Baseball Magazine

Rookie Card (C)

1949 R406-2 Bowman

Rookie Card (D)

1949 Eureka Sportstamps

Rookie Card (E)

1949 F343 Lumis Peanut Butter

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