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1991 Score #54 Milt Thompson NM-MT St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Card

1991 Score #54 Milt Thompson NM-MT St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Card

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For any avid baseball card collector or St. Louis Cardinals fan, this 1991 Score #54 Milt Thompson NM-MT Baseball Card is a must-have addition to your collection. Milt Thompson, a former professional baseball player for the Cardinals, showcased his exceptional skills and contributions to the team during the 1991 season.

This particular card is in near-mint to mint condition, ensuring its exceptional quality and preservation over the years. The vibrant color and glossy finish immediately catch the eye and add a touch of nostalgia to any collection.

The front of the card features a stunning action shot of Milt Thompson in his iconic St. Louis Cardinals uniform. His focus and determination are evident as he prepares to swing the bat, capturing a memorable moment from his career. The detailed image brings this card to life, allowing fans to relive the excitement of watching him play.

On the reverse side of the card, you'll find a range of valuable information about Milt Thompson. From his player statistics and career highlights to personal details and achievements, this card offers a comprehensive overview of his contribution to the sport and the Cardinals.

This 1991 Score #54 Milt Thompson card is a fantastic way to celebrate the St. Louis Cardinals' legacy and pay homage to one of the team's key players. Whether you're a collector aiming to complete your set or a fan looking for a unique piece of memorabilia, this card is sure to be a prized possession.

Investing in this card not only adds value to your collection but also allows you to cherish the memories associated with Milt Thompson's time with the St. Louis Cardinals. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own this exceptional piece of baseball history.
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