Lot of 23: Baseball Hall of Fame Plaques

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Stock #: 833570
Type: Postcard
City: Cooperstown
State: New York (NY)
County: Otsego
Publisher: Albertype
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)
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From the Darlene Thorne Collection

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MORDECAI PETER BROWN (THREE-FINGERED AND MINER) MEMBER OF CHICAGO N.L.CH AMPIONSHIP TEAMOF 1906, 07, 08,M0.A RIGHT HANDED PITCHER, WON 239 GAMES DURING MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER THAT ALSO INCLUDED ST.LOUIS AND CINCINNATI N.L.AND CLUBS IN FL.FIRST MAUOR LEAGUER TO PITCH FOUR CONSECUTIVE SHUTOUTS, ACHIEVING THIS FEAT ON JUNE 13, JUNE 25,JULY 2 AND JULY 4 IN 1908. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York CHARLES LEO (GABBYOHARTNETT CHICAGO N.L.1922 TO 1940 NEW YORK N.L.19 41 CAUGHT 100 OR MORE GAMES PER SEASON FOR 12 YEARS, EIGHT IN SUCCESSION, 1930 TO 1937 FOR LEAGUE RECORD.SET MARK FOR CONSECUTIVE CHANCES FOR CATCHER WITHOUT ERROR,452 IN 1933-34. HIGHEST FIELDING AVERAGE FOR CATCHER IN 100 OR MORE GAMES IN 7 SEASONS; MOST PUTOUTS N.L.7292; MOST CHANCES ACCEPTED N.L. 8546.LIFETIME BATTING AVERAGE.297. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NE W YORK THEODORE AMAR LYONS CHICAGO A.L.1923 TO 1946 ENTIRE ACTIVE PITCHING CAREER OF 21 SEASONS WITH CHICAGO A.L.WON 260 GAMES, LOST 230. TIED FOR LEAGUE'S MOST VICTORIES 1925 AND 1927, BEST EARNED RUN AVERAGE,2.10 IN 1942 WHEN HE STARTED AND FINISHED ALL 20. GAMES. PITCHED NO-HIT GAME, AUG.21,1926 AGAINST BOSTON. PITCHED 21-INNING GAME MAY 24,1929. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK GEORGE EDWARD WADDELL RUBE" COLORFUL LEFTHANDED PITCHER WHO WAS IN BOTH LEAGUES, BUT WHO GAINED FAME AS A MEM BER OF THE PHILADELPHIA A.L. TEAM.WON MORE THAN 20 GAMES IN FIRST FOUR SEASONS WITH THAT CLUB AND COMPILED MORE THAN 200 VICTORIES DURING MAJOR LEAGUE CAREER.WAS NOTED FOR HIS STRIKEOUT ACHIEVEMENTS. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND M USEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK FRANK LEROY CHANCE FAMOUS LEADER OF CHICAGO CUBS.WON PENNANT WITH CUBS IN FIRST FULL SEASON AS MANAGER IN 1906-THAT TEAM COMPILED 116 VICTORIES UNEQUALLED IN MAJOR LEAGUE HISTORY-ALSO WON PENNANTS IN 1907, 08 AND 1910 AND WORLD SERIES WINNER IN 07 AND 08. STARTED WITH CHICAGO IN 1898. ALSO MANAGER NEW YORK A.L.AND BOSTON A.L. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York EDWARD ARTHUR WALSH "BIG ED" OUTSTANDING RIGHTHANDED PITCHER OF CHICAGO A.L.FROM 1904 THROUGH 1916. 11 WON 40 GAMES LN 1908 AND WON TWO GAMES IN THE 1906 WORLD SERIES.TWICE PITCHED AND WON TWO GAMES IN ONE DAY, ALL OWING ONLY ONE RUN IN DOUBLEHEADER AGAINST BOSTON ON SEPT.29,1908.FINISHED BIG LEAGUE PITCHING CAREER WITH BOSTON N.L.IN 1917. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK BYRON BANCROFT JOHNSON ORGANIZER OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE AND ITS PRESIDENT FROM ITS ORGANIZATION IN 1900 UNTIL HIS RESIGNATION BECAUSE OF ILL HEALTH IN 1927. A GREAT EXECUTIVE. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK WILLIE KEELER HIT EM WHERE THEY AINT!" BASEBALL S GREATEST PLACE HITTER; BEST BUNTER. BIG LEAGUE CAREER 1892 TO 1910 WITH N.Y.GIANTS, BALTIMORE ORIOLES, BROOKLYN SUPERBAS, N.Y. HIGHLANDERS.NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING CHAMPION '97-98. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York NAPOLEON (LARRY) LAJOIE PHILADELPHIA (N) 1896-1900 PHILADELPHIA (A) 1901 CLEVELAND (A) I902-14 PHILADELPHIA (A) 1915 - 16 GREAT HITTER AND MOST GRACEFUL AND EFFECTIVE SECOND BASEMAN OF HIS ERA. MANAGED CLEVELAND YEARS. LEAGUE BATTING CHAMPION 1901-03-04. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK DENTON T. (CY) Y OUNG CLEVELAND (N) 1890 98 ST. LOUIS (N) 1899-1900 BOSTON (A) 1901-08 CLEVELAND CA) 1909-11 BOSTON (N) 1911 ONLY PITCHER IN FIRST HUNDRED YEARS OF BASEBALL TO WIN 500 GAMES. AMONG HIS 511 VICTORIES WERE 3 NO HIT SHUTOUTS, PITCHED PERFECT GAME MAY 5, 1904, No OPPOSING BATSMAN REACHING FIRST BASE NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM. COOPERSTOWN. NEW YORK TRISTRAMECTRISS SPEAKER BOSTON A) 1909 -16 CLEVELAND (A191626 WASHINGTON (A) T927 PHIDADELPHTA (A) 1928 GREATEST CENTREFTELDER OF HIS DAY LNFETIME MAGOR LEAGUE BATTING AVERAGE OF 344MANAGER IN 1920 WHEN CLEVELAND WONITS FTRST PENNANT AND WORDD CHAMPONSHIP NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York रर // JAMES COLLINS CONSIDERED BY MANY THE GAMES GREATEST THIRD BASEMAN, HE REVOLUTIONIZED STYLE OE PLAY AT THAT BAG LED BOSTON RED SOX TO FIRST WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP IN 1903. A CONSISTENT BATTER, HIS DEFENSIVE PLAY THRILLED FANS OF BOTH MAJOR LEAGUES NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York CHRISTY MATHEWSON NEW YORK, N 1900-1916 CINCINNAT NLI016. BORN FACTORYVILLE, PA. AUGUST 12, 1880 GREATEST OF ALL THE GREAT PITCHERS IN THE 2OTH CENTURYS FIRST QUARTER PITCHED 3 SHUTOUTS IN 1905 WORED SERIES FIRST PITCHER OF THE CENTURY EVER TO WIN 30 GAMES IN 5 SUCCESSIVE YEARS WON 37 GAMES IN 1908 WATTY WAS MASTER OF THEM ALL NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME and MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York CARL HUBBELL NEW YORK N.L.1928- 1943 HAILED FOR IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE IN 1934 ALL-STAR GAME WHEN HE STRUCK OUT RUTH,GEHRIG, FOXX, SIMMONS AND CRONIN IN SUCCESSION. NICKNAMED GIANTS' MEAL-TICKET. WON 253 GAMES IN MAJORS, SCORING 16 STRAIGHT IN 1936.COMPILED STREAK OF 463 SCORELESS INNINGS IN 1933. HOLDER OF MANY RECORDS. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York JOSEPH JEROME MC GINNITY "IRONMAN" DISTINGUISHED AS THE PITCHER WHO HURLED TWO GAMES ON ONE DAY THE MOST TIMES.DID THIS ON FIVE OCCASIONS.WON BOTH GAMES THREE TIMES. PLAYED WITH BALTIMORE, BROOKLYN AND NEW YORK TEAMS IN N.L. AND BALTIMORE IN A.L.GAINED MORE THAN 200 VICTORIES DURING CAREER.RECORDED 20 OR MORE VICTORIES SEVEN TIMES.IN TWO SUCCESSIVE SEASONS WON AT LEAST 30 GAMES NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York JOSEPH B. TINKER FAMOUS AS A MEMBER OF ONE OF BASEBALL'S GREATEST DOUBLE PLAY COMBINATIONS FROM TINKER TO EVERS TO CHANCE.A BIG LEAGUER FROM 1902 THROUGH 1916 WITH THE CHICAGO CUBS AND CINCINNATI REDS AND THE CHICAGO FEDS. MANAGER CINCINNATI 1913 AND CHICAGO N.L. 1916. SHORTSTOP ON CUBS TEAM THAT WON PENNANTS IN 1906,'07 '08 AND 1910. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York ROBERT MOSES GROVE PHILADELPHIA A.L.1925 - 1933 BOSTON A.L.1934 - 1941 WINNER OF 300 GAMES IN THE MAJORS OVER A SPAN OF 17 YEARS.LED A.L.IN STRIKEOUTS SEVEN CONSECUTIVE SEASONS. WON 20 OR MORE GAMES EIGHT SEASONS. IN 1931, WHILE WINNING 31 GAMES AND LOSING FOUR,COMPILED A WINNING STREAK OF 16 STRAIGHT. WON 79 GAMES FOR THE THREE TIME PENNANT WINNING ATHLETICS TEAM OF 1929-30-31. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York FRANK FRISCH NEW YORK N.L.1919 - 1926 ST.LOUIS N.L.1927-1938 PITTSBURGH N.L.1940 - 19 46 JUMPED FROM COLLEGE TO THE MAJORS THE FORDHAM FLASH WAS AN OUTSTANDING INFIELDER, BASE-RUNNER AND BATTER. HAD A LIFETIME BATTING MARK OF.316. HOLDS MANY RECORDS. PLAYED IN 50 WORLD SERIES GAMES.MANAGED ST.LOUIS FROM 1933 THROUGH 1938 AND WON WORLD SERIES IN 1934. MANAGED PITTSBURGH FROM 194O THROUGH 1946. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York HAROLD J.(PIE) TRAYNOR RATED AMONG THE GREAT THIRD BASEMEN OF ALL TI ME,BECAME A REGULAR WITH THE PITTSBURGH N.L.TEAM IN 1922 AND CONTINUED AS A PLAYER UNTIL CONCLUSION OF 1937 SEASON. MANAGED THE PIRATES FROM JUNE, 1934,THROUGH SEPT.1939. HOLDS SEVERAL FIELDING RECORDS AND COMPILED A LIFETIME BATTING MARK OF.320.ONE OF FEW PLAYERS EVER TO MAKE 200 OR MORE HITS DURING A SEASON, COLLECTING 208 IN 1923. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM Cooperstown, New York ROGERS HORNSBY NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING CHAMPION 7 YEARS-1920 TO 1925;1928. LIFETIME BATTING AVERAGE.358 HIGHEST IN NATIONAL LEAGUE HISTORY. HIT.424 IN 1924,20TH CENTURY MAJOR LEAGUE RECORD. MANAGER 1926 WORLD CHAMPION ST.LOUIS CARDINALS. MOST VALUABLE-PLAYER 1925 AND 1929. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK GEORGE HERMAN (BABE) RUTH SCSTON NEW YORK A.E BOSTON, N. 1915-1935 OREATEST DRAWING CARD IN HISTORY OF BASEBALL HOLDER OF MANT HOME RUN AND UTHER BATTING RECORDS GATHERED 4 HOME RUNS INADuITION TO GLELEEN CO WORLD SERIES NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK HONUS WAGNER LOUISVILLE, NL 1897-1899. PITTSBURGH N.L1900-1917. THE GREATEST SHORTSTOP IN BASEBALL HISTORY BORN CARNEGIE, PA, FEB 24,1874 KNOWN TO FAME AS "HONUS, "HANS AND THE FLYING DUTCHMAN RETIRED IN 1917, HAVING SCORED MORE RUNS, MADE MORE HITS AND STOLEN MORE BASES THAN ANY OTHER PLAYER IN THE HISTORY OF HIS LEAGUE NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM, COOPERSTOWN, NEW YORK TYRUS RAYMOND COBB DETROIT-PHILADELPHIA, A.L.-1905- 1928 LED AMERICAN LEAGUE IN BATTING TWELVE TIMES AND CREATED OR EQUALLED MORE MAJOR LEAGUE RECORDS THAN ANY OTHER PLAYER. RETIRED WITH 4191 MAJOR LEAGUE HITS. NATIONAL BASEBALL HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM. COOPERSTOWN. NEW YORK

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