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McCovey exploded on to the scene in 1959 and gave the Giants perhaps the most formidable 1-2 punch in the game, when teamed with Willie Mays. The soft-spoken Southerner ended his career tied with Ted Williams at 521 home runs. Noted for hitting towering shots, McCovey hit the longest home run in the history of St. Louis’ Busch Stadium – a shot that current Cardinals announcer (and then third baseman) Mike Shannon described as “the closest thing to the sound of thunder I’ve ever heard"
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1960 Topps Willie McCovey All-Star Rookie #316 PSA 5 EX

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