1924-25 V145-2 Patterson’s #54 Babe Dye (PSA 5)


Rare Pre-War Hockey Star!


HOFer Cecil “Babe” Dye was a true superstar of the early NHL. He led the NHL in goal scoring four times (all four he was better than a goal-a-game average) scoring twice, and game-winning goals four times. He led the Toronto St. Patricks to a Stanley Cup in 1922, scoring nine goals in the five-game final. Dye was also a legitimate 2-sport star, having played several years of professional baseball during the 1920s, mainly in the old competitive International League (hence the nickname “Babe”). He was a star player who batter over .300 numerous times. Eventually the dual sport schedule took its toll, and he became injury prone later in his career. A broken leg suffered in 1927 spelled the end. This, his 2nd year card, is a low population card being 1 of 4 in this grade with only 2 graded higher, out of a total of 16 in the PSA database. A showpiece card that doesn’t break the bank!

Graded a very clean 5 EX by PSA.

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