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Most of the photos are from the incredible George Brace collection and are printed from the original negatives. George Brace began photographing players in 1929 and continued through the 1980's. Photos from the Brace collection are noted in the description. All autographs are double matted with 8x10 photos to an overall size of 12x16 unless noted. All autographs come with a certificate of authenticity from Sports Artifacts and are guaraanteed to pass PSA/DNA or James Spence authentication.

Please note: Due to lighting the mats may appear to be uneven in the photos but they are actually cut perfectly even and square.

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Walt Alston. Walt managed the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1954 through 1976, appearing in 7 World Series and winning 4 world championships including Brooklyn's crown jewel in 1955. He was the mellowist and most laid back of all managers and never signed more than a one year contract his entire career. His Major League playing career consisted of one at bat for the 1936 Cardinals although he put up excellent batting averages and home run totals during his minor league career. d. 1984. $110

Luke Appling. Great White Sox Hall of Famer played from 1930-50. Led league with .388 batting average in 1936. His .310 lifetime batting average and 2749 hits are among the highest for shortstops. d. 1991. $95

Johnny Babich. Pitched with Brooklyn, Boston Braves, and Philadelphia A's from 1934-41. Also had many fine seasons in the Pacific Coast League. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 2000. $85

Del Baker. Del played catcher with the Tigers during 1910's but was better known as the Tigers manager from 1936-42, leading the Tigers to the World Series in 1940. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1973. $110

Dick "Rowdy Richard" Bartell. Great shortstop should be in the Hall of Fame. Had 7 seasons batting over .300. Played in 3 World Series and had 2165 hits over 18 years. Photo is from the George Brace collection and is printed from the original negative. d.1995. $95

Johnny Bassler. Excellent catcher with Cleveland and Detroit from 1913-27 with lifetime .304 batting average. Photo is from the George Brace collection and is printed from the original negative. d.1979. $95

Joe Beggs. Excellent Reds relief pitcher during 1940's with lifetime ERA of 2.96. Played in 1940 World Series. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1983. $85

Les Bell. Excellent 3rd baseman with Cardinals, Braves and Cubs during 1920's-30's. Played in 1926 World Series with Cardinals. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1985. $85

Wally Berger. One of the all time great Boston Braves. Also played in World Series with Giants and Reds (1937 & 40). His 1930 rookie home run mark of 38 stood until Mark McGwire broke it in 1987. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1988. $95

Wally Berger. One of the all time great Boston Braves. Also played in World Series with Giants and Reds (1937 & 40). His 1930 rookie home run mark of 38 stood until Mark McGwire broke it in 1987. 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted to 9x12. d. 1988. $65

Steve Bilko. Bilko achieved legendary status due to his years with Los Angeles of the Pacific Coast League when he hit 55 and 56 home runs in 1956 and 1957 respectively. Bilko had moderate success during 10 seasons in the major leagues. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1978. $110

Ossie Bluege. Great Senators 3rd baseman from 1922 to 1939. Played in 3 World Series with the Senators (1924, 25 & 33). George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1985. $95

Bobby Bonds. Bobby was as good or better than his son for the first 10 years of his career but he smoked and didn't take conditioning seriously and after 12 outstanding seasons he was finished at the age of 33. During Bobby's first 10 years he hit over 30 home runs 6 times (Barry 5), had over 40 stolen bases 6 times (Barry twice), had over 100 runs 6 times (Barry 4) etc.. Barry is a conditioning fanatic and has never touched a cigarette, he's got a pretty unbelievable batting eye as well. Ink signature removed from an autograph album. Beautiful color photo in Giants uniform. d. 2003 $75

Joe Bowman. Starting pitcher with Giants, A's, Phillies, Pirates, Red Sox and Reds from 1932-45. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $85

Ken Boyer. Like fellow 3rd baseman Ron Santo, Ken Boyer had all of the qualifications as a Hall of Famer, except maybe 2 or 3 more solid seasons. One of the greatest fielding 3rd baseman of his time, plus a great slugger and 5 times hit over .300, twice more over .290, a 7 time All-Star etc.. He was outstanding for 12 years and is easily one of the 10 to 15 greatest 3rd baseman ever. Light pen signature removed from an autograph album. d. 1982 $95

Al Bridwell. Bridwell played from 1905 to 1915 with the New York Giants, Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Bees and St. Louis Federals. He was one of the finest shortstops in the National League leading the league in fielding in 1907. In his 4 seasons with John McGraw's Giants Bridwell batted between .270 and .294 every season. 4x6 photo matted with signature from check to 9x12. d.1969. $95

Joe Brovia. One of the greatest Pacific Coast League players of all time. Played with Cincinnati in 1955. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1994. $95

George H. Burns. "Tioga George" played from 1914 to 1929 and had a .307 lifetime batting average. One of the few players to succeed in both pre and post dead ball era. Led league in hits with .352 batting average in 1918 and led league in hits and doubles (216 & 64) with a .358 batting average in 1926. Played mostly with Detroit and Cleveland but finished career with World Champion A's in 1929. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d.1978. $125

Guy Bush. One of the greatest Cubs pitchers of all time playing in the 1929 and 1932 World Series. Bush's career extended from 1923-45. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1985. $95

Bruce Campbell. Excellent American League outfielder from 1930 to 1942. Had consecutive batting averages of .325, .379 and .301. A .290 career hitter.. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1995 $85

Spud Chandler. Great Yankees pitcher from 1937-47 twice winning 20 games. His lifetime winning percentage of .717 is highest of all time. He pitched in 4 World Series and was a 4 time All-Star. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $100

Bill Conroy. Bill played catcher for 5 seasons in the PCL with Oakland and Sacramento (1938-46) and played 6 years in the big leagues (1935-37 with the Philadelphia A's and 1942-44 with the Red Sox). A great photographic enlargement of 1940's baseball card. d. 1997. $85

Johnny Cooney. I've always been facinated by pitchers who switched to being a position player and visa versa. Cooney was a big league pitcher from 1921-30 then went back to the minors and became an outfielder. He was an outstanding big league outfielder from 1935-44 twice leading the league in fielding. He batted .318 and .319 in 1939 and 40. As a pitcher he posted batting averages of .379, .320, .302 and .319. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $95

Stan Coveleski. Stan Covelski was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1969. He pitched from 1912 to 1928 and compiled a lifetime ERA of 2.89. Covelski won 20 games 5 times. He also pitched in 2 World Series. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $100

Roger "Doc" Cramer. "Doc" had an fantastic career. His first 3 seasons were with the Philadelphia A's dynasty (1929-31). He played 20 seasons total. He was a 5 time All-Star. He hit over .300 8 times and over .290 4 more times. He led the league in fielding in 1945, played in the 1945 World Series and finished his career with 2705 hits and a .296 batting average. Not yet a Hall of Famer. Photo is from the George Brace collection and is printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $100

Hughie Critz. Outstanding Reds and Giants 2nd baseman from 1924-35 leading the league in fielding 5 times. Hughie was an excellent hitter for a middle infielder. He batted .322 his rookie season in 1924 and over .290 twice and over .270 four more times. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1980. $100

Tony Cuccinello. Cooch had a great career from 1930-45. He was a member of the first All-Star team in 1933 and was a member of the 1945 All-Star team, his last year in the big leagues. He batted over .300 five times and was an excellent 2nd baseman. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1995. $85

Roy Cullenbine. Cullenbine had 2 tours of duty with the Detroit Tigers (1938-39 and 1945-47) plus he played 3 seasons with the St. Louis Browns and 3 seasons with the Cleveland Indians plus stints with the Dodgers, Senators and Yankees. He played in the 1942 and 1945 World Series and the 1941 and 1944 All-Star games. Saved his finest seasons for last hitting a career high .335 in 1946 and a career high 24 home runs in 1947, his last season. His most impressive statistic is a .408 lifetime on base percentage. Autograph is matted with a 1940's baseball magazine poster. d. 1991 $85

Curt Davis. After 5 excellent seasons with the San Francisco Seals Davis made an immediate impact on the National League winning 19 games a rookie with the Phillies in 1934. Davis was an All-Star with the Cubs in 1936 and with the Cardinals in 1939 when he won a career best 22 games. He pitched 7 seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers including the 1941 World Series. A light pencil signature matted with an 8x10 photo. Very rare signature. d. 1965. $150

Virgil "Spud" Davis. Spud has one of the highest lifetime batting averages for a catcher (.308). He played from 1928-45 with the Cardinals, Phillies, Reds and Pirates. He also coached with the Cubs during the 1950's. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $95

Joe Devine. Joe Devine had a long career as a Minor League player and manager but is best known as being one of the greatest scouts in baseball history. He signed Joe DiMaggio, Joe Cronin, the Waner brothers and many others to their first Major League teams. This photo is when he was a manager with the San Francisco Missions in 1931. The photo is from the collection of Ray Seraceni. d. 1968. $150

Bernie DeViveiros. Bernie played 8 seasons in the PCL spanning from 1922-36, 6 seasons with Oakland and also with Mission, Los Angeles and Sacramento. He also played with the Tigers and White Sox during the 1920's. A photographic enlargement of 1930's PCL baseball card. Pencil signature from autograph album page also has Dario Lodigiani's autograph right below. d. 1994. $85

Bill Dickey. One of the greatest Yankees and catchers in the history of baseball. He perennially led the league in fielding, hit well over .300, hit lots of home runs and drove in a ton of runs. Batted .351 in his final season before entering the service then after World War 2, at the age of 39, was a player manager for one season. d. 1993. $110

Joe DiMaggio. A beautiful autograph matted with a stunning photo of Joe in a San Francisco Seals uniform circa 1934. My consignor had DiMaggio sign a San Francisco Presidio Fort Point National Park pamplet as Joe was leaving the Presidio golf course during the 1980's. "Joltin' Joe" ranks with Ruth, Gehrig and Mantle as one of the 4 greatest Yankee's ever. d. 1999 $250 sold

Blix Donnelly. A signed personal check of Donnelly's matted with a George Brace photo printed from the original negative. Blix appeared in the 1944 World Series as a rookie with the St. Louis Cardinals. He pitched for 3 seasons with the Cardinals then 5 seasons with the Phillies. d. 1976. $110

Pete Donohue. An outstanding pitcher with the Reds throughout the 1920's. He led the league in winning percentage in 1922 then won 20 in 1923, 25 & 26. In 1925 he had an amazing 27 complete games. The photo is from the George Brace collection. d. 1988. $95

Larry Doyle. Hands down the greatest 2nd baseman in New York Giants history. Playing from 1907-20, he led the league in hits twice and batting once. He also once hit 25 triples and was an outstanding fielder. The photo is from the George Brace collection. d. 1974. $150

Jimmie Dykes. Should be considered for the Hall of Fame because he was an exceptional player and he managed for 21 seasons. A 2nd and 3rd baseman he batted over .300 seven times during a 22 year playing career. He played in the 1929, 30 and 31 World Series with the A's and was dealt to the White Sox following the 1932 season as part of Connie Mack's clearing house. He was a member of the first All-Star team in 1933 and was considered an outstanding fielder. In 21 seasons as manager he won 1406 games managing mostly second division teams. He did finish in the first division 10 times although he never won a pennant. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d 1978. $125

Del Ennis. From 1946 to 1957 Del Ennis put up huge numbers in Philadelphia driving in over 100 RBI's seven times and totaling 95 RBI's twice again. Probably had the best numbers of anyone not in the Hall of Fame during that time period with the possible exception of Gil Hodges. Nice fountain pen autograph matted with a reproduction of a beautiful 1949 advertisement. d. 1996. $85

Nick Etten. A popular first baseman with the Yankees, Phillies and Athletics from 1938-47. In a 3 year stretch with the Yankees he played in the 1943 World Series, led the league in home runs in 1944 and led the league in RBI's in 1945. A monster season with Oakland in 1948 (43 home runs, 155 RBI's) did not bring him another shot at the big leagues. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $95

Bibb Falk. Falk had an incredible 12 year career with the White Sox and Indians from 1920-31 where he hit over .300 eight times and hit below .290 only once (.285!). His .314 lifetime batting average ranks among the all time highest. He was a complete player as well and led the league in fielding in 1926. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1987. $95

Rick Ferrell. Rick Ferrell is a Hall of Famer and is considered to be one of the greatest catchers of all time. Between 1929 and 1947 he made 8 All-Star teams and batted over .300 several times. He was also one of the finest fielding catchers in baseball but..... His brother Wes Ferrell was a better hitter than Rick, he hit 10 more home runs than Rick, plus won over 20 game 6 times.. Wes was a pitcher. This begs the question, does Wes also belong in the Hall of Fame? George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1995. $95

Wes Ferrell. Wes was a much better hitter than his brother Rick, he hit 10 more lifetime home runs than Rick and Wes was an outstanding fielder, plus.... oh yea.... he won over 20 game 6 times.. Wes is one of the best players not in the Hall of Fame and it's ironic because he had a more outstanding career than his Hall of Famer brother. 10x8 photo of Wes with his teammate and battery mate and brother Rick Ferrell circa 1935. Matted to 12x12. d. 1976. $125

Elmer Flick. Elmer is a nineteenth century Hall of Famer having begun his Major League career with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1898. It's difficult to find autographs from any player who played pre 1900 let alone a Hall of Famer. Elmer played his first 4 seasons in Philadelphia and his last 9 seasons in Cleveland and finished his career with a .313 lifetime batting average. Along with his signature Flick noted the date he signed the autograph (Feb 28th 1966). The photo is from the George Brace collection. d. 1971. $175

Lew Fonseca. One of the great hitters of the 1920's. In a career that spanned from 1921-33 Fonseca compiled a .316 lifetime batting average while playing 4 seasons with the Reds, 1 with the Phillies, 4 seasons with the Indians and 3 with the White Sox. He sat out 1926 in a contract dispute and led the American League in batting in 1928 with a .366 batting average. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1989. $95

Tony Freitas. Freitas played 5 seasons with the A's and Red's from 1932-36 posting a 12-5 record with Connie Mack's A's as a rookie in 1932. But Freitas is known much more for his incredible career in the Pacific Coast League. In 16 PCL seasons spanning from 1929-50 Freitas won 228 games, winning over 20 games 6 straight years (1937-42) and won 19 games twice (1930-31). A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1994. $85

Augie Galan. One of the finest baseball photos ever taken by George Brace showing Augie next to his brand new Lincoln Zephyr outside Wrigley Field. Galan was a fine player for 16 years in the big leagues playing in 3 World Series and 3 All-Star games in a career that spanned from 1934-49. He played 8 seasons with the Cubs from 1934-41 including the 1935 and 38 World Series teams then played 6 seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers from 1941-46 including the 1941 World Series. Batted over .300 6 times. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1993. $100 sold

Milt Gaston. From 1924 to 1934 Gaston was won of the better pitchers in the American League. He pitched with the Yankees in 1924, then for 6 straight years averaged 12 wins a season with the Browns, Senators and Red Sox. His final big league season was 1934 when he lost 19 games for the White Sox. Gaston gave up bushels of home runs to Babe Ruth. A superb 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted with his autograph to 8x10. d. 1996. $65

Charles Gehringer. One of the greatest second baseman of all time. Gehringer was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1949. Gehringer played his entire 19 year career with the Detroit Tigers (1924-42). He led the league in fielding 7 times. Led the league in hitting in 1937 (.371) and compiled a .320 lifetime batting average. He hit as many as 60 doubles, 19 triples, 20 home runs and had over 100 RBI's seven times. Thus the nickname "The Mechanical Man". George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1993. $100

Sam Gibson. Gibson pitched with the Tigers, Yankees and Giants from 1926-32 but had his finest years in the Pacific Coast League. Gibson spent 14 seasons in the old Coast League from 1931-45. Twelve of those seasons spent with San Francisco. (Joe DiMaggio's teammate in 1934 & 35). Gibson won 227 games in the PCL including 20 or more 6 times. The photo is matted with a short but sweet letter from Sam. George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1983. $110

Lefty Gomez. Gomez had a fine season with the San Francisco Seals in 1929. Then from 1930-42 was the New York Yankees finest pitcher. Vintage fountain pen signature with light tape marks. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1972. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1989. $110

Ival Goodman. Goodman had an excellent big league career with the Reds and Cubs from 1935-44. He led the league in triples his first 2 seasons (1935-36), then was an All-Star in 1938-39), then played in the 1939 and 1940 World Series. He hit as many as 30 home runs and batted over .320 twice. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $100

Jack Graham. Graham was a big power hitter who hit 24 home runs for the St Louis Browns in 1949 and in a part time capacity hit 14 home runs with the Dodgers and Giants in 1946. In 1948 Graham was on his way to being the first man since Tony Lazerri to hit 60 home runs in a Pacific Coast League season when, with 48 home runs in July, he got hit in the head with a fastball which ended his season. Graham had several fine seasons in the PCL with San Diego and San Francisco in the 1940's-50's. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1998. $95

Burleigh Grimes. Ol' Stubblebeard was the last legal spitball pitcher and won 270 games from 1916-34. He played in World Series with the Brooklyn Robins in 1920, The Gas House Gang Cardinals in 1930 and 31 and with the Cubbies in 1932. He had over 20 wins 5 times and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1964. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1985. $125

Charlie Grimm. "Jolly Cholly" deserves to be in the Hall of Fame in my book. During a 20 year big league career Grimm led the league in fielding 7 times. He had batting averages of .345, .331, .320, .311, .306 etc... He compiled 2300 hits and a .290 lifetime batting average but better yet he managed for 19 seasons bringing the Cubs to their last four World Series (1932, 35, 38 & 45). That is worthy of Hall of Fame status regardless of the 2300 hits and 7 gold gloves. One of my all time favorite George Brace photos. A stunning George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1983. $125

Tedd Gullic. Tedd played with the Browns in 1930-33 but was better known for his 11 incredible seasons with the Milwaukee Brewers of the American Association where a typical season was 35 home runs, 135 RBI's and a .330 batting average. He later played 5 seasons with the Portland Beavers of the PCL and after he retired started a bat company (Amyx-Gullic bats). A superb 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted with his autograph to 8x10. d. 2000. $65

Stan Hack. One of the great Cubs of all time. Hack played the third sack for the Cubs for 16 seasons (1932-47). He compiled a .301 lifetime batting average. "Smiling Stan" appeared in 4 World Series with the Cubs (1932, 35, 38 & 45) and played in 4 All-Star games. Twice led the league in hits, stolen bases and fielding. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1979. $110 sold

Chick Hafey. Hafey compiled a .317 lifetime batting average during a relatively short baseball career. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1971 however his 1466 hits should set a precedence for other outfielders with a high lifetime batting averages but well under 3000 hits such as Babe Herman, Lefty O'Doul and Riggs Stephenson. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1973. $150

Odell Hale. Odell had an excellent career with the Cleveland Indians during the 1930's. He hit over .300 four times and twice knocked in over 100 runs. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1980. $110

Fred Haney. Haney had a good career as a player both in the American League and Pacific Coast League. He batted .352 and .309 with the Detroit Tigers in the early 1920's. And in 9 PCL seasons Haney compiled a lifetime .300 batting average and led the league in stolen bases 4 times. However it was as a manager that Haney really left his mark. In 1949 Haney was the radio announcer for the Hollywood Stars. Considered a managerial retread (managed St. Louis Browns 1939-41 including 43-111 record in 1939), he was signed to become the Stars manager. In 4 seasons he won 2 PCL championships and had excellent records the other 2 seasons. In 1953 he became manager of the Pirates but averaged 100 losses in 3 seasons. In 1956 the Milwaukee Braves took a big chance on Haney but was rewarded with the only 2 pennants in team history as well as their only World Championship in 1957. A beautiful George Brace photo printed from the original negative. There are flash spots on the scan that are not actually on the photo. d. 1977. $125

George "G.W." (George Washington) Harper. From 1916-29 George compiled a .303 lifetime batting average in the Major Leagues. He played with the Tigers, Reds, Phillies, Giants, Cardinals and Braves. He batted .340 with the Reds in 1920 and a career best .349 with the Phillies in 1925 with 18 home runs and 96 RBI's. George also batted .305 for the pennant winning Cardinals in 1928. A vintage fountain pen signature (signed in 1930). A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1978. $110

Joe Hauser. Joe had several fine seasons with the Philadelphia A's during the 1920's, hitting 27 home runs with 115 RBI's in 1924. He was the only player in baseball history to have 2 professional seasons of hitting over 60 home runs until Sammy Sosa. Hauser hit 63 home runs with 175 RBI's with Baltimore in 1930 and topped that with 69 home runs and 182 RBI's with Minneapolis in 1933. Nice photo of Hauser in a Minneapolis Millers uniform during the 1930's. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1997. $95

Mickey Heath. Played 5 seasons with Hollywood from 1927-33. Had huge seasons in 1929-30 (.349-38-156 and .324-37-136) before going to Cincinnati in 1931. Matted with an enlargement of his PCL baseball card. d.1986. $95

Babe Herman. One of my favorite George Brace photo's. Babe compiled a .324 batting average in 13 big league seasons including consecutive seasons of .381 and .393 in 1929 and 1930 with the Brooklyn Dodgers. He batted over .300 ten times plus went back to the Pacific Coast league and played 6 more seasons (1939-44) before coming back to play one more season with Brooklyn in 1945 at the age of 42. In his last 4 seasons in the PCL he batted .346, .322, .354 and .346. A stunning George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1978. $110

Billy Herman. For 10 seasons the Cubs had Smiling Stan Hack at 3rd base and Billy Herman and 2nd base. Herman received more noteriety however and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1975. In 15 seasons he compiled a .304 batting average, led the league in fielding 3 times and played in 10 All-Star games and 4 World Series. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1992. $95

Kirby Higbe. Higbe was one of the top pitchers in the National League from during the 1940's. Had his finest seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers leading the league with 22 wins in 1941. Higbe was an All-Star with the Phillies in 1940 and with the Dodgers in 1947. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1985. $110

Andy High. High had several fine seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers in the early 1920's topped by a career best .328 batting average in 1924. He also played on 3 World Series teams with the "Gas House Gang" Cardinals (1928, 30 & 32). An excellent hitter and third baseman. High led the league in fielding in 1929. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1981. $110

Johnny Hodapp. Hodapp enjoyed an excellent 9 year career during the 1920's-30's, mostly with the Indians, as one of the best hitting second basemen in the Major Leagues. He finished his career with a .311 lifetime batting average and led the AL in hits with 225 in 1930. His last year was 1933 when he hit .313 for the Boston Red Sox as their every day 2nd baseman. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1980. $110

Waite Hoyt. Hoyt played 21 seasons in the big leagues (1919-38). One of the Yankees greatest pitchers of all time. Nice autograph matted with a spectacular print of a 1928 magazine ad. Elected to the Hall of fame in 1969. d. 1984. $100

Carl Hubbell. "King Carl" is one of the 10 greatest pitchers of all time. In a career spent entirely with the Giants (1928-43) Hubbell was the dominant pitcher in the National League during that time. During the 1934 All-Star game Hubbell struck out Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons and Joe Cronin consecutively, the greatest feat in All-Star game history. d. 1988. $100

Larry Jackson. From 1955 to 1968 Larry Jackon was one of the finest pitchers in the National League. In a 12 year span he won between 13 and 24 games every year. A 4 time All-Star. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $100

Travis Jackson. One of the greatest shortstops of all time. Travis played his entire 15 year career with the Giants (1922-36). He batted over .300 six times and led the league in fielding twice. He played in 4 World Series and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1992. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1987. $110

Roy Johnson. Roy equaled his younger brother Bob Johnson's career batting mark of .296 in a career that spanned from 1929-38. A line drive hitting speedster, Roy led the league in doubles his rookie year and in triples his third season. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1973. $110

Smead Jolley. In Pacific Coast League lore Smead Jolley is nothing short of a legend. In nine PCL seasons Jolley compiled a .372 career batting average, topping out at .404 in 1928. He also has a career batting average of .305 in the Major leagues, twice knocking in more than 100 runs. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1991. $95

Bob Joyce. Bob Joyce played only 2 seasons in the Majors (1939 A's & 1946 Giants) but is considered on of the greatest pitchers in Pacific Coast League history (the major league of the west coast). Joyce played 10 seasons in the Coast League winning 20 or more games 4 times and winning a career high 31 games in 1945 with San Francisco. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted together with a typed and signed note detailing the highlights of his career. d. 1981. $110

Joe Judge. A Hall of Famer in my book, Judge played 18 seasons with the Washington Senators (1915-32) and played 2 more seasons with the Dodgers and Red Sox. He batted over .300 eleven times and led the league's first basemen in fielding 5 times. A bold pencil signature. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1963. $175

Al Kaline. Kaline ranks with Ty Cobb, Charlie Gehringer and Hank Greenburg as one of the all time great Tigers. A superb photo of Kaline taken in the 1950's matted with a beautiful signature. $95 sold

Willie Kamm. Kamm was purchased by the White Sox from the San Francisco Seals in 1923 for a then astounding $100,000. A third baseman, Kamm led the American League in fielding 8 times and compiled a lifetime batting average of .281. A photographic enlargement of 1920's PCL baseball card. d. 1988. $95

Vic Keen. Vic played in the big leagues from 1918-27 with the A's, Cubs and Cardinals. He teamed with Tony Kaufman as the Cub's top starting pitchers during the early to mid 1920's. Keen played in the 1926 World Series with the Cardinals. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1976. $110

George Kell. George Kell ranks among the greatest 3rd basemen of all time. Kell's career extended from 1943-57. A 10 time All-Star, Kell made every All-Star game from 1947-57 except 1955. He made the All-Star team the final 2 years of his career, a feat reserved only for the superstars. d. 2009 $85

Frank Kelleher. Frank had two short stints with the Reds in the early 1940's but is best known as being the greatest player in Hollywood Stars (PCL) history. In 12 Pacific Coast League seasons Kelleher hit 234 home runs which is second all time behind Buzz Arlett. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1979. $110

Charlie Keller. "King Kong" Keller was a star for the Yankees all through the 1940's. A 5 time All-Star, he hit more than 30 home runs and 100 RBI's 3 times. Batted .334 his rookie season in 1939 (must've been Fay Wray's year). A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $95

George "Highpockets" Kelly. George played 11 seasons with McGraw's Giants (1915-26) and 4 seasons with the Cincinnati Reds (1927-30). He also played with the Pirates, Cubs and Dodgers. John McGraw said he was his best clutch hitter. George was also a great fielder. George was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1973 but as a first baseman with 1778 hits and a .297 batting average there are probably 100 players more qualified for the Hall of Fame who have not been inducted. Still an exceptional player throughout the 1920's. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $110

Ken Keltner. A nice autograph matted with a print of a beautiful 1949 magazine ad. Keltner played 12 seasons with the Cleveland Indians (1937-49) and was a 7 time All-Star. Ken was an excellent hitter but was best known for his fielding prowess and is probably most remembered for his fielding gem that ended Joe DiMaggio's 56 game hitting streak in 1941. Keltner had his finest season during Cleveland's championship 1948 season (31 home runs and 119 RBI's) but an injury to Keltner the following season marked the beginning of Al Rosen's meteoric career. d. 1991. $95

Jack Knight. Pitched for 4 seasons in the PCL (1927-30) with Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. In 1928 he had 17 wins and led the league in innings pitched (331). He also played 4 years in the Major Leagues (1922-27) with the Cardinals, Phillies & Braves. Pencil signature. d.1976. $85

Jack Knott. Jack played from 1933-46 with the Browns, White Sox and A's. Knott was an excellent pitcher for many years playing for second division clubs. As a starting pitcher he had several winning records for the Browns, A's and White Sox during the 1930's and 40's and led the AL in saves in 1935. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1981. $85

Joe Kuhel. The original "Joe Cool"?? Joe Kuhel was cool. In an 18 year career spent with the Senators and White Sox (1930-47), Kuhel compiled over 2200 hits. In 1933 when the Washington Senators played in the World Series, Kuhel batted .322 with 107 RBI's and led the leagues first baseman in fielding. Had a career high 27 home runs in 1940. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $100

Cookie Lavagetto. Cookie was an All-Star 3rd baseman for 4 consecutive seasons with the Brooklyn Dodgers before departing to the service for nearly 4 years during WW2. He returned to finish his big league career in the 1947 World Series before returning to the Pacific Coast League for his final 3 pro seasons with the Oakland Oaks. Cookie was nicknamed in 1933 when he played for the Oakland Oaks after Oaks owner Cookie DeVincenzi. His original nickname was "Cookie's Boy". A spectacular George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $100

Bill Lawrence. Played 13 seasons with the Seattle Rainiers from 1929-43 with .289 lifetime batting average. Best season was 1931 when he batted .324 with 200 hits, 100 runs and 99 RBI's. Played with the Detroit Tigers in 1932. A photographic enlargement of 1930's PCL baseball card. d. 1997. $85

Fred Leach. In a 10 year career (1923-32), Leach hit over .300 seven times with the Phillies and Giants compiling a lifetime batting average of .307. A photographic print from the Brace collection. d. 1981. $110

Dudley "Dud" Lee. Dud had a wonderful 10 year career in the Pacific Coast League. He played shortstop for 7 seasons with Hollywood (1926-32) and 3 seasons with Portland (1936-38). In 1929 Lee led the league in games and at bats and had 161 runs and 222 hits. He also played 5 seasons in the majors (1920-26) with the Red Sox and Browns. d.1971. $110

Bob Lemon. Like Bucky Walters, Bob began his career as a 3rd baseman (played 3rd base with the Indians in 1941-42). Also like Bucky Walters, Bob made a wise career decision and became a pitcher. In a nine year span Lemon won 20 or more games seven times, he also led the league with 18 wins during that span. Bob played his entire career (3rd base and pitcher) with Cleveland. d. 2000. $85

Gene Lillard. In an 11 year Pacific Coast League career Gene started out as a monster power hitting third baseman (43 home runs, 149 RBI's and .307 BA in 1933 and 56 home runs, 147 RBI's and a .361 BA in 1935). Then while playing with the Cubs in 1936 Lillard talked manager Charlie Grimm into converting him into a pitcher because the Cubs had Stan Hack at third base. So back in the Coast League Lillard won 14 games in 1937 and 16 games in 1938 and then after spending the 1939 season with the Cubs he was traded to the Cardinals the following year. After 1940 he gave up pitching but battled injuries. After 3 years in the service Lillard played in the minor leagues until 1954. His brother Bill was also a fine player in the PCL and played parts of 2 seasons in the big leagues. A calligraphy student, Gene Lillard had perhaps the most beautiful signature in baseball history. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1991. $95

Sherm Lollar. One of the great catchers of the 1940's and 50's. Sherm was an excellent hitter with power and he led the American League in fielding 5 times. Over an 18 year career he was elected to 7 All-Star games. He played in the 1947 World Series with the Yankees and the 1959 World Series with the White Sox. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1977. $125

Hugh Luby. Hugh played pro baseball for 25 years. He is a member of the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame plus had stints with the Philadelphia A's and New York Giants in the 1930's and 40's. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $100

Red Lucas. Lucas was an outstanding pitcher with the Reds and Pirates in a career that spanned from 1923-38. He led the league in complete games 3 times and had double digit victory totals 9 times. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $95

Ted Lyons. Ted was the greatest pitcher in Chicago White Sox history. At the age of 41, after Lyon's 20th season in which he led the American League with a 2.10 ERA and had a 14-5 record, Lyons joined the military for a 3 1/2 year stint during World War Two. At the age of 45 he came back and pitched 5 good games in 1946 then called it a career with 260 wins. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1955. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $95

Walter "The Great" Mails. Mails pitched for 7 years in the Major Leagues and had one tremendous flash of greatness. In 1920, after joining the Indians in the late summer, he won 7 games with no losses and led the Indians to a World Championship over the Brooklyn Robins. Mails also pitched 14 seasons in the Pacific Coast League (1917-36). The autograph was signed in either 1925 or 1926, his two seasons with the Cardinals. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1974. $125

Gus Mancuso. Gus began his big league career in 1928 with the St. Louis Cardinals and continued to be one of the top catcher's in baseball throughout his 17 year career. He played 6 seasons and in 2 World Series with the Cardinals and played 9 seasons and in 3 World Series for the Giants. He also played for the Dodgers, Cubs and Phillies and played in 2 All-Star games and topped .300 several times. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $100

Merrill "Pinky" May. Pinky was an outstanding 3rd baseman who led the league in fielding 3 times (1939-41-43). He was also an All-Star in 1940. May was drafted into the service after the 1943 season and did not have a job in baseball waiting for him after the war. May along with several other players unsuccessfully sued the Major Leagues to get their playing jobs back. Pinky was able to vicariously enjoy the game for many years as his son Milt May was a fine big league catcher for 15 years. d. 2000. $75

Willie Mays and Monte Irvin. A stunning pair of signatures matted together with a classic early 1950's pose of the two former Negro League stars. 1951 was a huge year for the Giants as Mays was the rookie of the year, Irvin led the league in RBI and Thomson hit the "Shot Heard Around The World". $150 sold

Frank McCormick. McCormick was a brilliant player with the Reds during the 1930's and 40's. He led the league in hits during his first 3 seasons. He made 9 straight All-Star teams and he led NL first basemen in fielding 4 times. McCormick played in the 1939 and 1940 World Series with the Reds. His last Major League hit was in the 1948 World Series while playing for the Boston Braves. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1982. $100

Barney McCosky. Barney was one of the best hitters in baseball during the 1940's. He spent 3 years in the service during WW2 then had 2 major injuries that curtailed his career. Hit .312 over 11 seasons, mostly with the Tigers and A's. From 1939 to 1948 he had consecutive batting averages of .311, .340, .324, .293, .318, .328 and .326. A superb 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted with his autograph to 8x10. d. 1996. $65

Steve Mesner. Mesner played 6 seasons with the Reds, Cubs and Cards but is better remembered for his 11 outstanding seasons in the Pacific Coast League (1934-50) with the Los Angeles Angels in the 1930's and the Sacramento Solons and San Diego Padres in the 1940's. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1981. $100

Cass Michaels. Cass was an excellent 2nd baseman with the White Sox, Senators and A's from 1943-54. He played in 2 All-Star games. His real name was Casimir Kwietniewski but changed it after his first year with the White Sox. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1982. $95

Johnny Moore. In the 1930's there were so many Moore's playing at the same time it must have been confusing. They were all good too. Johnny, Terry, Randy, Eddie, Jo Jo, Gene, Whitey etc... Johnny was excellent. In 10 big league seasons he compiled a .307 lifetime batting average and once had consecutive seasons of .330, .323, .328 and .319. Moore also played with the Los Angeles Angels (PCL) for 10 years compiling a .326 batting average. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1991. $95

Johnny Mostil. From 1918 to 1929 Mostil compiled a .301 lifetime batting average in a career spent entirely with the Chicago White Sox. An excellent fielder, he led the league in fielding once and twice led the league in stolen bases. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1970. $145

Stan Musial. Probably the finest hitting left handed batter in National League history. Musial played in 20 consecutive All-Star games. Musial finished his career with 3630 hits. In 1962 at the age of 41 Musial batted .330 with 19 home runs. Color photo. $100 sold

Bob O'Farrell. Bob O'Farrell was an excellent catcher who played in the Major Leagues for 21 seasons (1915-35). He played in the 1918 and 1926 World Series and batted over .300 several times. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1988. $100

Marv Owen. A fine 3rd baseman, Marv was part of the 1930's Detroit Tigers $100,000 infield that included Hank Greenberg, Charles Gehringer and Bill Rogell. With the Tigers Owen played in the 1934 and 1935 World Series, had a career high 105 RBI's in 1936 and led the league in fielding in 1937. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1991. $95

Mickey Owen. Owen was an outstanding catcher with the Cardinals and Dodgers during the 1930's and 40's. A superb 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted with his autograph to 8x10. d. 2005. $55

Max Patkin. Max Patkin was known as the "Clown Prince of Baseball" and traveled to nearly every professional baseball park year after year to do his clown routine. He also played Minor League baseball and was a Major League coach with several teams beginning in the 1940's. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1999. $95

Monte Pearson. Pearson was an outstanding pitcher with the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians during the 1930's. As a rookie in 1933 he led the league in ERA. The following year he won 18 games. In 1936 he was traded to the Yankees and immediately became an All-Star and played in 4 consecutive World Series. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1978. $110

Babe Pinelli. Babe played 3rd base for 8 years in the big leagues from 1918 to 1927 hitting over .300 twice. He also played 10 years in the Pacific Coast League compiling a .295 lifetime batting average but he is best known for umpiring in the National League for 22 seasons from 1935-56 and should eventually be inducted into the hall of fame as an umpire. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1984. $100

George Pipgras. George Pipgras played with the New York Yankees from 1923-33 during which time he was one of their finest pitchers. He won a career high 24 games in 1928 and played in several World Series. He pitched a complete game victory in game two of the 1927 World Series. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $100

Cotton Pippen. Pippen had stints with the Cardinals, Tigers and A's from 1936-40 but is remembered more often for his 11 excellent seasons in the Pacific Coast League where he posted double digit win totals 8 times including 20 wins with the Oakland Oaks in 1943. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1981. $95 sold

Buddy Rosar. From 1939 to 1951 Rosar was one of the best catchers in baseball. He was a 5 time All-Star, he led the league in fielding 4 times and he played in the 1941 and 1942 World Series with the Yankees. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1994. $95

Edd Rousch. Rousch compiled a .323 lifetime batting average in 18 seasons (1913-31). He twice led the league in hitting and played in the 1919 World Series while with the Reds. He was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1962. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1988. $110

Bill Salkeld. Bill was an excellent catcher who played 6 seasons in the Major Leagues and 11 seasons in the Pacific Coast League. He batted .311 as a rookie with the Pirates in 1945 and he played in the 1948 World Series with the Boston Braves. A nice pencil signature. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1967. $125

Jack Salveson. From 1933 to 1945 Salveson had stints with the New York Giants, Pirates, White Sox and Indians however is best known as being one of the greatest pitchers in Pacific Coast League history. Salveson was 21-6 for the Los Angeles Angels in 1936 and pitched in the PCL until 1953 winning a PCL total of 204 games. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1974. $110

Manny Salvo. In 1940 Salvo led the National League in shut outs while playing for the Boston Braves. He played 4 seasons with the Braves and one with the Giants plus he had an oustanding 12 year career in the Pacific Coast League beginning in 1932. He won a career high 22 games with the San Diego Padres in 1938. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1997. $85

Prince Hal Schumacher. From 1931 until World War Two, Prince Hal teamed with Carl Hubbell to form one of baseball's finest pitching duo's. During a 10 year span Schumacher averaged 15 wins per season. He was a member of the first All-Star team in 1933 and pitched in the 1933, 36 and 37 World Series. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1993. $95

Harry "Socks" Seibold. Socks played with the Philadelphia A's and the Boston Braves in a career that spanned from 1916 to 1933. Socks played 3 years with the A's (1916-19) then played in the minor leagues for 10 full seasons before coming back to the Major Leagues in 1929 with the Braves. He became one of the Braves top starting pitchers for several years. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1965. $125

Henry "Hank" Severeid. Severeid had a magnificent career. A great catcher and an outstanding hitter, Severeid played in the Major Leagues for 15 seasons (1911-26) and had his last Major League hit in the 1926 World Series while playing for the Yankees where he played all 7 games. Severeid batted over .300 six times and led the league in fielding twice. After his big league career he played 5 seasons in the Pacific Coast League (1927-31) hitting over .300 every season (.367 in 1930). Severeid played 11 seasons with George Sisler and the St. Louis Browns and went to the World Series in back to back years (1925 with Washington and 1926 with the Yankees). When all time great catchers are discussed Hank Severeid's name should come up more often. The photo is from the George Brace collection. d. 1978. $125

Joe Sewell. In 14 great Major League seasons Joe struck out a grand total of 114 times (Many players total at the All-Star break). Sewell struck out 4 times or fewer five times. That's with over 500 at bats per season. He played his entire season with the Indians and Yankees (1920-33) and finished with a .312 career batting average. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1977. d. 1990. $95

Joe Sewell. This is a 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative and double matted with Joe's autograph to an 8x10 overall size. Will go together perfectly with the following two items. d. 1990. $65

Luke Sewell. Luke was an excellent big league catcher for 20 seasons (1921-42). He played 13 seasons with the Indians and went to the 1933 World Series while with the Senators and was an All-Star in 1937 while with the White Sox. A cut signature from an autograph album matted together with a 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative and matted to 8x10 overall size. d. 1991. $65

Rip Sewell. Rip was a fine pitcher with the Pirates during the 1930's and 40's twice winning over 20 games and was a 4 time All-Star. A 4x6 George Brace photo printed from the original negative and matted to 8x10 overall size. d. 1991. $65

Bob Shawkey. Bob pitched in the 1914 World Series while playing for the Philadelphia Phillies then from 1915 to 1927 was perhaps the New York Yankees finest pitcher winning 20 games or more 4 times. In 1916 he won 24 games and led the league in shut outs. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1980. $95

Riggs Stephenson. Should be considered for the Hall of Fame. He has a .336 lifetime batting average in 14 Major League seasons with the Indians and Cubs. In 14 years he batted under .300 twice. Played in the 1929 & 32 World Series. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1985. $110

Charles "Gabby" Street. Gabby began his big league career in 1904 with the Cincinnati Reds and led the AL in fielding as a catcher with Washington in 1910. His place in baseball history however was as the manager of the "Gas House Gang" St. Louis Cardinals during the 1930's bringing the Cardinals to the 1930 and 1931 World Series. His autographs are exceptionally rare. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1951. $195 sold

William T. (Bill) Terry. One of the greatest Giants of all time. The last National League player to hit .400 Terry has a .341 lifetime batting average. One of the more distinctive signatures. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1989. $110

Fay "Scow" Thomas. From 1927-35 Thomas played with the Giants, Dodgers, Browns and Indians but is best known for his great years in the Pacific Coast League. Fay spent 12 years in the Coast League, 8 years with the Los Angeles Angels. Thomas was a 20 game winner 3 times with the Angels including a 28-4 record in 1934. He also led the league in strikeouts with 3 different teams (Sacramento, Oakland & Los Angeles). A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1990. $95

Jack Tobin. From 1914 to 1927 Tobin compiled a .309 lifetime batting average. The longtime trio of St. Louis Browns outfielders Tobin, Ken Williams and Baby Doll Jacobson is considered one of the best outfields ever. Tobin finished his career with the Red Sox in 1927 batting .310 for the season. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1969 $125

Bernie "Frenchy" Uhalt. Bernie played 21 seasons in the Pacific Coast League. His 2798 hits in the Pacific Coast League rank second all time behind Jigger Statz. Bernie played 10 seasons with Oakland, 5 seasons with Hollywood and 5 seasons with San Francisco. He played with the Chicago White Sox in 1934. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 2004. $95

George Uhle. From 1919 to 1936 George won 200 games with the Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers and New York Yankees. He led the league with 26 wins in 1923 and in 1926 with 27 wins. A 5x7 George Brace photo printed from the original negative matted to 9x12. d. 1985. $65

Rube Walberg. One of the pitching mainstays with the great Philadelphia A's teams of the 1920's & 30's. During the A's 3 straight pennants Rube won 18 games in 1929 and 20 games in 1931. He pitched with Philadelphia from 1923-33 then went to Boston along with Lefty Grove in 1934. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1978. $95

Gerald "Gee" Walker. Gee had 15 great years from 1931-45. Walker usually batted well over .300 with a career high .353 in 1936. Gee played in the 1934 & 1935 World Series with the Detroit Tigers. Gee's kid brother was Harry "The Hat" Walker. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1981. $95

Bucky Walters. Bucky is one of the greatest Cincinnati Red's pitchers of all time (if not the greatest). Walters led the league with wins 3 times including 27 wins in 1939, 22 wins in 1940 and 23 wins in 1944. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1991. $100

Lloyd "Little Poison" Waner. Lloyd along with his older brother Paul "Big Poison" formed the most potent brother/teammate tandem in baseball history. From 1927 to 1940 rarely a year went by where both brothers didn't hit well above .300. Lloyd finished his career with a .316 lifetime batting average, not quite as high as Paul's .333 lifetime mark. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d.1982. $110

Joyner "Jo Jo" White. Jo Jo was a very popular member of the Detroit Tigers World Series teams in 1934 and 1935 hitting a career best .313 in 1934. Jo Jo also was a very popular player in the Pacific Coast League for 9 seasons, 7 seasons with Seattle. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $95

Fred "Cy" Williams. From 1912 to 1930 Cy Williams was one of the superstars of the National League. Fred led the league in home runs 4 times, twice in the dead ball era (1916 & 20) and twice in the live ball era (1923 & 27). Fred batted .345 at the age of 38 and led the league in home runs at the age of 39. His 19 big league seasons were divided between the Chicago Cubs and Philadelphia Phillies. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1974. $150

Al "Red" Wingo. Red had an outstanding baseball career. In six big league campaigns spanning from 1919-28 Red compiled a .308 lifetime batting average including a .370 mark during the 1925 season playing along side Ty Cobb in the outfield with Detroit. Wingo played with San Francisco for 3 seasons (1929-31) batting .350 and .348 in 1929 and 1930 with RBI totals of 124 and 117. His brother Ivey caught for 17 seasons in the Major Leagues (1911-29). d.1964. $150

Whit Wyatt. Wyatt pitched in the Major Leagues from 1929-45. His finest season was with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1941 when he led the NL with 22 wins. He played 5 seasons with the Tigers (1929-33), 4 seasons with the White Sox (1933-36), 6 seasons with Brooklyn (1939-44) and one season each with the Phillies and Indians. He was a 4 time All-Star. d. 1999. $85

John Wyrostek. Wyrostek played with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies in a career that spanned from 1942-54. He was an All-Star with Cincinnati twice (1950 & 51) with a career high .311 batting average in 1951. A George Brace photo printed from the original negative. d. 1986. $95

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