Warren Spahn was a man among boys and one of the best pitchers ever to grace the mound. According to some baseball historians, he was the best pitcher of all time and is the sixth-most-winning pitcher in MLB history. Only Cy Young (511), Walter Johnson (417), Grover Cleveland Alexander (373), Christy Mathewson (373), and Pud Galvin (364) have more. Spahn led the league in wins eight times (1949–50, 1953, 1957–1961, each season with 20+ wins) and won at least 20 games an additional five times (1947, 1951, 1954, 1956, 1963).
- Position: Pitcher
- Bats: Left
- Throws: Left
- Born: April 23, 1921, in Buffalo, NY
- Died: November 24, 2003, in Broken Arrow, OK
Warren Spahn’s rookie year stats: 2.94 ERA, 67 strikeouts, 1.138 WHIP
Warren Spahn’s career totals: a mindblowing 21,547 strikeouts, an ungodly 1.195 WHIP, and 363 wins
Here are the top ten Warren Spahn baseball cards to buy now and profit on later.
- 1948 Leaf Warren Spahn Rookie Card #32
- 1948 Bowman Warren Spahn Rookie Card #18
- 1958 Topps ALL-STAR Warren Spahn #494
- 1950 Bowman Baseball Warren Spahn #19
- 1952 Topps #33 Warren Spahn #33
- 1953 Topps Set-Break Warren Spahn #147
- 1999 UD Century Legends Warren Spahn Epic Signatures Auto #WS
- 1949 Bowman Gray Backs Warren Spahn #33
- 1959 Topps Baseball Warren Spahn #40
- 1951 Warren Spahn Topps Red Back #30
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Warren Spahn Baseball Card Values
The most expensive Spahn baseball cards were his 1948 Leaf Warren Rookie Card #32, his 1948 Bowman Rookie Card #18, and the 1958 Topps ALL-STAR Warren Spahn baseball card in Mint Condition.