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Tris Speaker Autographed B&W Photo Postcard Postmarked June 4, 1951.

Lot 188. Tris Speaker Autographed B&W Photo Postcard Postmarked June 4, 1951. Excellent on offense and defense, Speaker is regarded as one of the best center fielders of all time. A.345 hitter over 22 seasons, he still holds the record for career doubles (792) – 93 years after his retirement. He also holds the record for career assists by an outfielder – 449, including 35 in 1909. His .345 average places him sixth on the all-time list, and he is fifth on the hits list with 3,514. Speaker was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1937. “The Sporting News” ranked him 27th on its list of 100 Greatest Baseball Players. He died in 1958. The 3.5” x 5.5” photo postcard Speaker autographed is vg+ to ex with two creases in the upper right corner. Tape residue is evident over the full signature. The “s” in his first name is smudged, and there also is a slight smudge on the “S” in “Speaker.” The overall signature is strong and has an ex-m 6 appearance. Winning Bid $291.    

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