Pete Beathard Football Cards
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|Picture||Set||#||Card Title/Players||Pro Team||Position||College||Honors||Notes||Est. Retail Value (?)||Grades available at nearmintcards.com|
|1965 Topps||90||Pete Beathard||Kansas City Chiefs||quarterback||USC||Rookie card
Beathard played from 1964 to 1973 for the Kansas Chiefs, Houston Oilers, St. Louis Cardinals, and Los Angeles Rams. He ended his career where he started, with Kansas City.
|1966 Topps||63||Pete Beathard||Kansas City Chiefs||quarterback||USC||Beathard and Ron Vander Kelen were the MVPs of the 1963 Rose Bowl. Beathard's #1 USC team beat Vander Kelen's #2 Wisconsin team 42-37.||
|1967 Milton Bradley||60||Pete Beathard||Kansas City Chiefs||quarterback||USC|
|1967 Topps||60||Pete Beathard||Kansas City Chiefs||quarterback||USC||Beathard was with Kansas City for the first four games of the 1967 season, then the Chiefs traded him to Houston for Jacky Lee.||
|1968 Topps||198||Pete Beathard||Kansas City Chiefs||quarterback||USC||
|PSA 7, ex|
|1969 Glendale Stamps||133||Pete Beathard||Houston Oilers||quarterback||USC|
|1969 Topps||221||Pete Beathard||Houston Oilers||quarterback||USC||
|PSA 9, PSA 8, nm|
|1969 Topps 4-in-1||62||Jerrel Wilson, John Bramlett, Floyd Little, Pete Beathard||Error card
Jerrel Wilson's name is misspelled "Jerrell."
|Pete Beathard||Houston Oilers||quarterback||USC|
|John Bramlett||Boston Patriots||linebacker||Memphis|
|Floyd Little||Denver Broncos||running back||Syracuse||Broncos Ring of Fame 1984, College Hall of Fame 1983, Pro Football Hall of Fame 2010|
|Jerrel Wilson||Kansas City Chiefs||punter, running back||Southern Mississippi||Chiefs Hall of Fame 1988|
|1969 Topps Mini-Card Albums||21||Houston Oilers||Houston Oilers|
|1972 Sunoco Stamps||538||Pete Beathard||St. Louis Cardinals||quarterback||USC|
|1972 Topps||184||Pete Beathard||St. Louis Cardinals||quarterback||USC||Beathard's 1972 Topps card still shows him in a Chiefs jersey, though he had not played for the Chiefs since the fourth game of the 1967 season.||
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