BILLY WILLIAMS - PEREZ-STEELE POSTCARD SIGNED - HFSID 113740
Sale Price $81.00
Perez-Steele Postcard Celebration Set, Card 42, number 7623
Perez-Steele Postcard signed: "Billy Williams". Color, 3½x5½. Celebration Set, Card 42, numbered 07623/10,000. Billy Williams (born in 1938) was a dependable star for 14 full seasons as a Chicago Cub. From 1963 to 1970, he established a National League record of 1,117 consecutive games played that stood until Steve Garvey broke it in 1983. Williams also set NL marks for games played by an outfielder in one season (164 in 1965) and consecutive years with 600 or more at-bats (nine, from 1962 to 1970, broken by Pete Rose). He tied major league records with five homers in two consecutive games (September 8 and 10, 1968), and four consecutive doubles in a game (April 9, 1969). Williams had his most productive season in 1970, leading the NL in hits and in runs scored. Williams, who retired after batting .211 in 1976, was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1987. Fine condition.
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