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Old 11-19-2017, 07:33 PM
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And don't forget, two-time NL MVP. Not many ballplayers can claim 2 MVPs.

My favorite cards are the '71 and '77 Topps as well as the 1966 Sports Illustrated with he and Sonny Jackson. The below photos are not mine, but I do have a signed copy (by both) of the SI.
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Old 11-19-2017, 08:14 PM
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Great thread! A lot of great choices for Joe Morgan. My favorite is the 73 Topps. I wish the 73 I posted was mine.

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When I was a kid we all used to imitate his batting style of banging his back elbow against his body; although no one knew why he did it! In 1975 and '76 Joe Morgan was the best player on the planet. Why did Houston ever trade him?

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