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Brett during his Omaha Royals days.
An autographed 1975 Topps George Brett rookie card.
A close-up image of George Brett's 1973 Topps rookie card.
Brett and teammates celebrated in the locker room after winning the AL West pennant in 1976.
Brett was the pitcher during the 1976 Royals Father's Day game, and his teammates' kids all piled on after the game.
George Brett sat in his personalized "Mullet Head" chair that featured the nickname given to him by former hitting coach Charley Lau.
George Brett in 1980, when he won the American League Most Valuable Player award.
George Brett and Brooks Robinson
Brett and Hal McRae did an interview with Tony Kubek before a game in 1976.
George Brett met with members of the media in the Royals' clubhouse.
Brett posed with Hall of Famer Rod Carew.
George Brett's 1984 Royals team photo.
George Brett played with his big brother Ken, a pitcher, from 1980-81.
George Brett's spring training photo from 1973, the year he was called up to the major leagues for the first time.
Brett broke out his cowboy hat for a parade in Kansas City after the Royals lost to the Phillies in the 1980 World Series.
Brett and former teammate Jamie Quirk both sported staches in 1980.
George Brett talked to his dad, Jack, before a game in Anaheim.
Various baseball cards from George Brett's career.
Various baseball cards from Brett's career.
Various baseball cards from the career of George Brett.
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