The 1975 George Brett rookie card is one of the top cards from the 1970’s, and they key to the 1975 set along with Robin Yount’s rookie. The Brett rookie was named one of the top 200 sportscards of all time by PSA. George played his entire career for the Kansas City Royals, amassing over 3,000 hits and eventually being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. When Brett finished the 1980 season with a .390 batting average, it was (and still is) the closest any player has come to hitting .400 in a season since Ted Williams accomplished the feat over 50 years ago.
Since the 1975 Topps set also had a mini parallel set, there are two George Brett rookie cards…full size and mini.
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George Brett Rookie Card Checklist
|1975 Topps #228 George Brett Rookie Card|