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Jack Chesbro, New York, American League - BL-4004-99 (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Jack Chesbro, New York, American League - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

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Fred Clarke, Pittsburgh Pirates, 1912 - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Dave Bancroft with the Philadelphia Phillies, c.1918 - BL-79-74 (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Graceful, quick-handed shortstop, known for his intelligence and fiery leadership.

Chick Hafey of the St. Louis Cardinals - BL-2176-68 (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Chick Hafey of the St. Louis Cardinals - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Max Carey - BL-96-61 (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Max Carey - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Starting career at 26, Jesse Haines would pitch for next 18 yrs thanks to his knuckleball.

Jesse Haines of the St. Louis Cardinals - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Chicago White Sox shortstop Luis Aparicio, c. 1957 - BL-2091-69 (Don Wingfield/National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Rookie of the Year, nine Gold Glove Awards, led the American League in stolen bases nine seasons and was named to the All-Star squad 10 times

Goose Goslin of the Washington Senators, c. 1922 - BL-1518-68 (Charles Conlon/National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Goose Goslin of the Washington Senators, c. 1922 - (Charles Conlon/National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Joe "Flash" Gordon - Sigma Chi Alumnus from Oregon, 1936 - 2nd baseman from 1938-1950 for the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians. 1942 American League MVP. 5 time World Series Champion. 9 time All-Star. Manager of Indians, Tigers, A's and Royals. Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

New York Yankees' Joe Gordon, c. 1939 - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

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Bill Foster with the Chicago American Giants - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Frank Chance, Chicago Cubs, 1909 - BL-75-55 (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Frank Chance, Chicago Cubs, 1909 - (National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Dizzy Dean won 30 games in '34 for the @Cardinals, was named MVP & won WS.

Cardinals star Dizzy Dean helped his older brother Elmer get a job as a peanut vendor with the Houston Buffaloes. See attached article.

William Ewing or just Buck Ewing ... Troy Trojans (1880-82), NY Gothams (1883-84), NY Giants (1885-1889,91-92,1900) NY Giants [Players League] (1890), Cleveland Spiders (1893-94), Cincinnati Reds (1895-97) = Career = Batting: .299 BAvg, 1595 Hits, 250 Dbls, 178 Tpls, 71 HRs, 883 RBIs, 392 BB/231 K, 354 SB // Manager: NY Giants [PL] (1890) 74-57-1t, Cin. Reds (1895-99) 394-297-17t, NY Giants (1900) 21-41-1t

William Ewing or just Buck Ewing ... Troy Trojans (1880-82), NY Gothams (1883-84), NY Giants (1885-1889,91-92,1900) NY Giants [Players League] (1890), Cleveland Spiders (1893-94), Cincinnati Reds (1895-97) = Career = Batting: .299 BAvg, 1595 Hits, 250 Dbls, 178 Tpls, 71 HRs, 883 RBIs, 392 BB/231 K, 354 SB // Manager: NY Giants [PL] (1890) 74-57-1t, Cin. Reds (1895-99) 394-297-17t, NY Giants (1900) 21-41-1t

9. John McGraw and Christy Mathewson, New York Giants, 1911 World Series   as a Dodger fan, it pains me to post this. As a baseball fan ITS AWESOME

John McGraw and Christy Mathewson, New York Giants, 1911 World Series . New York Giants Manager John McGraw and his pitching ace, Christy Mathewson in special black uniforms for the series. The Giants lost in six games to the Philadelphia Athletics

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