Hoyt Wilhelm

Today’s question: Is there are more expensive, lower profile Hall of Famer than Hoyt Wilhelm?

I checked on eBay, and his first Topps card (1952) was 470 dollars and his last Topps card (1972) was 9 dollars. To top it off, his 1961 and 1962 Topps cards was around 20 bucks a piece.

The strange thing is even though he is in Cooperstown, he is not what you would call a inner circle guy like Aaron or Seaver, but his cards sure seem to be priced like it.



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