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Rickey Henderson’s superb career as a leadoff hitter was defined by speed and success. Paul Molitor, a Hall of Famer who often hit leadoff, said Henderson was “the greatest leadoff hitter of all-time.” Henderson was a player who was the best at being a pest. From the time Henderson played Little League, he said it was his goal to bat first so he could slap the first hit and score the first run. Playing for nine teams across 25 seasons, he skillfully followed that simple routine. Henderson stole 1,406 bases, 468 more than any other player, and scored 2,295 runs, which also ranks first. He collected 2,190 walks, second on the career list, and had 3,055 hits. The National Baseball Hall of Fame opened its doors to “Man of Steal” in 2009.

Offered is a PSA MINT 9 example of Henderson's rookie card.  This card would likely grade GEM MINT if it weren't for the just slightly favorable to the right centering.  Everyone thinks they have a 10 and this is just a little concession for those looking for an almost perfect Henderson rookie to add to their coffers.

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