Harmon Killebrew (1955 – Topps #124)

Harmon Clayton Killebrew (“Killer”) was a third & first baseman and a left fielder for his 22-year career (1954 – ’75), most of which was spent with the Washington Senators, who later moved cities to become the Minnesota Twins. He spent one year as a Kansas City Royal (his last). Harmon was the American League MVP in 1966. He led the A.L. in R.B.I. 3-times and was the A.L. leader in Home Runs 6 times. Killebrew was also a 13-time All-Star. His uniform number (#3) has been retired by the Twins, The thing I remember most about Killebrew was his enormous arms and his cutoff sleeves which he always wore. Harmon Killebrew was a 1984 inductee into the baseball Hall of Fame.
Harmon Killebrew 1955 Topps #124
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