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From the card back: In the 1950s, when America was turning onto the television and Eisenhower was in the White House, the Giants were still in New York. The G-Men had not one, but two Italian aces: Sal Maglie and Johnny Antonelli, the pride of Rochester, New York. Antonelli was a hard-throwing fastballer who signed for $55,000 when he was only 18. He watched and learned for a few years, missed two years while serving in the Korean War, and roared back to the States to average 16 wins per year from 1953 to 1959. In the 1954 Series he pitched a complete game win and saved another game as the Giants upset the Indians.

  • Description: Glove up, building in back
  • Team: New York Giants
  • Population (# Sold): 14
  • First Date Sold: 2021-03-02
  • Latest Date Sold: 2024-03-20
  • Card Status: Active
  • # Sold in past year: 5
  • Highest Auction: $ 76.55
  • Average Auction Result: $ 25.94

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