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Rare 1962 Houston Colt .45s Yearbook Astros 1st Program Become Astros In 1965 For Sale
VINTAGE ORIGINAL VERYRARE!OFFICIAL 1962 HOUSTON COLT .45s (ASTROS) YEARBOOK - FIRST EVER - DICK FARRELL, NORM LARKER, BOB BRUCE!!
Yearbookobtained at COLT STADIUM where teamplayed from 1962-64 (seating capacity 32,601). In 1965 they moved to the ASTRODOME and the team became the HOUSTON ASTROS. Among featured players were Dick Farrell (10-20 with a 3.02 ERA!), Roman Mejias, Norm Larker, Al Spangler, Hal Smith, Bob Bruce (10-9), Don McMahon (8 saves), Bob Aspromonte, Al Cicotte, and Carl Warwick. In their first year under manager Harry Craft they finished 8th at 64-96 and drew 924,456 fans.This is a great piece of rare historic sports memorabilia and well worth offerding on. Please see my other sales for similar and other related vintage items. Thanks for checking them out. THIS WOULD MAKE A GREAT ADDITION TO ANYONES COLLECTION (or WONDERFUL GIFT!)AND WOULD DISPLAY VERY NICELY. GOOD LUCK and THANKS FOR LOOKING!!!!PLEASE SEE MY OTHER sales FOR RELATED ITEMS, at Other Items for Sale. THANKS! Please add me to your favorite sellers at Favorite Sellers.
I consider thisEX+, perhaps better, please see pitures to decide yourself. Complete, flat, very clean, vibrant colors and artwork. Very clean and glossy white inside. Email me for more detailed description. SOLD AS IS, so please ask questions before offerding. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT I SELL VINTAGE ITEMS AND ALL USED OR VINTAGE ITEMS MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE SMALL OR MINOR DEFECTS NOT NOTED, THEY DO NOT DETRACT FROM THE OVERALL DISPLAY OF THE class="MsoNormal">High buyer pays shipping and handling costs. Illinois residents must include 9.75% Sales Tax or provide a valid Tax Exemption Number.
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Rare 1962 Houston Colt .45s Yearbook Astros 1st Program Become Astros In 1965: $130