Index cards- mostly deceased

r5-grnd-pndr

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Bought out a portion of a collection. None have COA, let me know if your interested and I will send scans. I will be updating more as time permits. Interested in trade for cubs autos or will sell- make a offer. I'm just looking to recoup some of what I paid.

Lew Fonseca. (January 21, 1899 – November 26, 1989
As player
Cincinnati Reds (1921–1924)
Philadelphia Phillies (1925)
Cleveland Indians (1927–1931)
Chicago White Sox (1931–1933)
As manager
Chicago White Sox (1932–1934)
Career highlights and awards
AL batting champion (1929)

Bibb Falk (January 27, 1899 – June 8, 1989)
Replaced Joe Jackson after black Sox scandal
As player
Chicago White Sox (1920–1928)
Cleveland Indians (1929–1931)
As manager
Cleveland Indians (1933)

Bruce Campbell (October 20, 1909 – June 17, 1995)
Teams
Chicago White Sox (1930–1932)
St. Louis Browns (1932–1934)
Cleveland Indians (1935–1939)
Detroit Tigers (1940–1941) world series
Washington Senators (1942)

WWII Army Air corps

Slick Coffman December 11, 1910 – May 8, 2003
Teams
Detroit Tigers (1937–1939)
St. Louis Browns (1940)

Ace Adams(2 March 1910 – 26 February 2006)
Teams
New York Giants (1941–1946)
Career highlights and awards
1x All Star (1943)
3-time National League games pitched leader

Walter Fritz French born July 12, 1899 – May 13, 1984
Teams
Philadelphia Athletics 1923–1929
Career highlights and awards
World Series champion (1929)
NFL
As player
1923 Rochester Jeffersons
1925 Pottsville Maroons
Career highlights and awards
Collyers Eye Mag.: 1st team all-NFL (1925)
NFL champion (1925) -Disputed by the N

Hoot Evers February 8, 1921 – January 25, 1991
Teams
Detroit Tigers (1941, 1946–1952)
Boston Red Sox (1952–1954)
New York Giants (1954)
Detroit Tigers (1954)
Baltimore Orioles (1955)
Cleveland Indians (1955–1956)
Baltimore Orioles (1956)
Career highlights and awards
2× All-Star (1948, 1950)


Nick Etten (September 19, 1913 – October 18, 1990)
Teams
Philadelphia Athletics (1938–1939)
Philadelphia Phillies (1941–1942)
New York Yankees (1943–1946)
Philadelphia Phillies (1947)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star (1945)
World Series champion (1943)
AL home run leader (1944)
AL RBI leader (1945)

Tex Hughson February 9, 1916 – August 6, 1993
Teams
Boston Red Sox (1941–1944, 1946–1949)
Career highlights and awards
3× All-Star (1942–1944)
AL wins leader (1942)
AL strikeout leader (1942)
Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 1987
Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame in November 2002

Billy Hitchcock (July 31, 1916 – April 9, 2006)
Teams
As Player
Detroit Tigers (1942, 1946)
Washington Senators (1946)
St. Louis Browns (1947)
Boston Red Sox (1948–1949)
Philadelphia Athletics (1950–1952)
Detroit Tigers (1953)
As Manager
Detroit Tigers (1960)
Baltimore Orioles (1962–1963)
Atlanta Braves (1966–1967)

Huck Betts February 18, 1897 – June 13, 1987
Teams
Philadelphia Phillies (1920–1925)
Boston Braves (1932–1935)

Tony Lupien (April 23, 1917 – July 9, 2004)
Teams
Boston Red Sox (1940–1943)
Philadelphia Phillies (1944–1945)
Chicago White Sox (1948)
WWII NAVY


Dave “boo” Ferris (December 5, 1921 – November 24, 2016)
Teams
Boston Red Sox (1945–1950)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star (1946)

Huck Betts(February 18, 1897 – June 13, 1987),
Teams
Philadelphia Phillies (1920–1925)
Boston Braves (1932–1935)

Ray Benge (April 22, 1902 – June 27, 1997)
Teams
Cleveland Indians (1925–1926)
Philadelphia Phillies (1928–1932)
Brooklyn Dodgers (1933–1935)
Boston Bees (1936)
Philadelphia Phillies (1936)
Cincinnati Reds (1938)

Ray Mueller (March 8, 1912 – June 29, 1994)
Teams
Boston Braves/Bees (1935–1938)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1939–1940)
Cincinnati Reds (1943–1944, 1946–1949)
New York Giants (1949–1950)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1950)
Boston Braves (1951)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star (1944)

Eddie Lake March 18, 1916 – June 7, 1995)
Teams
St. Louis Cardinals (1939–1941)
Boston Red Sox (1943–1945)
Detroit Tigers (1946–1950)
Career highlights and awards
Led American League in on-base percentage (1945)

Nate Andrews September 30, 1913 – April 26, 1991
Teams
St. Louis Cardinals (1937), (1939)
Cleveland Indians (1940–1941)
Boston Braves (1943–1945)
Cincinnati Reds (1946)
New York Giants (1946)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star selection: 1944

John Lazor (September 9, 1912 – December 9, 2002)
Teams
Boston Red Sox (1943–1946)

Bob Harris (May 1, 1915 – August 8, 1989)
Teams
Detroit Tigers (1938–39)
St. Louis Browns (1939–42)
Philadelphia Athletics (1942)

Bucky Walters April 19, 1909 – April 20, 1991
Teams
As player
Boston Braves (1931–1932)
Boston Red Sox (1933–1934)
Philadelphia Phillies (1934–1938)
Cincinnati Reds (1938–1948)
Boston Braves (1950)
As manager
Cincinnati Reds (1948–1949)
Career highlights and awards
6× All-Star (1937, 1939–1942, 1944)
World Series champion (1940)
NL MVP (1939)
Triple Crown (1939)
3× NL wins leader (1939, 1940, 1944)
2× MLB ERA leader (1939, 1940)
NL strikeout leader (1939)
Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame in 1958



Joe Hauser January 21, 1899 – July 11, 1997
Teams
Philadelphia Athletics (1922–24, 1926, 1928)
Cleveland Indians (1929)
first player ever to hit 60 or more home runs twice in a professional career: 63 in 1930, and 69 in 1933

Bill Wambsganss March 19, 1894 – December 10, 1985
Teams
Cleveland Naps/Indians (1914–1923)
Boston Red Sox (1924–1925)
Philadelphia Athletics (1926)
Career highlights and awards
World Series Champion (1920)
Unassisted triple play in 1920 World Series

Pinky Whitney (January 2, 1905 – September 1, 1987)
Teams
Philadelphia Phillies (1928–1933)
Boston Braves (1933–1936)
Philadelphia Phillies (1936–1939)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star (1936)

Eddie Wells (June 7, 1900 – May 1, 1986)
Teams
Detroit Tigers (1923–1927)
New York Yankees (1928–1932)
St. Louis Browns (1933–1934)
Career highlights and awards
World Series champion (1932)

Whit Wyatt September 27, 1907 – July 16, 1999
Teams
Detroit Tigers (1929–1933)
Chicago White Sox (1933–1936)
Cleveland Indians (1937)
Brooklyn Dodgers (1939–1944)
Philadelphia Phillies (1945)
Career highlights and awards
4× All-Star (1939–1942)
NL wins leader (1941)

Jimmy Wasdell May 15, 1914 – August 6, 1983
Teams
Washington Senators (1937–1940)
Brooklyn Dodgers (1940–1941)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1942–1943)
Philadelphia Phillies (1943–1946)
Cleveland Indians (1946–1947)

Elmer Riddle July 31, 1914 – May 14, 1984
Teams
Cincinnati Reds (1939–1945, 1947)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1949–1950)
Career highlights and awards
All-Star (1948)
World Series champion (1940)
NL wins leader (1943)
NL ERA leader (1941)

Wally Hebert August 21, 1907– December 8, 1999
Teams
St. Louis Browns (1931–1933)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1943)

George Genovese (February 22, 1922 – November 15, 2015)
Teams
Washington Senators (1950)

Bingo Binks July 11, 1914 – November 13, 2010
Teams
Washington Senators (1944–1946)
Philadelphia Athletics (1947–1948)
St. Louis Browns (1948)
Career highlights and awards
21st place in MVP Voting, 1945 AL

Paul LaPalme December 14, 1923 – February 7, 2010
Teams
Pittsburgh Pirates (1951–1954)
St. Louis Cardinals (1955–1956)
Cincinnati Redlegs (1956)
Chicago White Sox (1956–1957)

Solly Hemus
Teams
As player
St. Louis Cardinals (1949–1956)
Philadelphia Phillies (1956–1958)
St. Louis Cardinals (1959)
As manager
St. Louis Cardinals (1959–1961)

Larry Miggins (dinged corner)
Teams
St. Louis Cardinals (1948; 1952)
Texas Baseball Hall of Fame.

Mike Sandlock October 17, 1915 – April 4, 2016
Teams
Boston Braves (1942, 1944)
Brooklyn Dodgers (1945–1946)
Pittsburgh Pirates (1953)

Ray Hathaway October 13, 1916 – February 11, 2015
Teams
Brooklyn Dodgers (1945)
 
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kleidk

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I would be interested in these 3x5 autographs;
Elmer Riddle July 31, 1914 – May 14, 1984
Tex Hughson February 9, 1916 – August 6, 1993
Nick Etten (September 19, 1913 – October 18, 1990)

Are you looking for autographs on BBcards or 3x5 cards?
I have this Cubs auto, that I got TTM, but I have many 3x5s unsure which players were on the Cubs.
If you are interested, I can send you a list.
1992 Donruss - Scanlan, B. - Cubs
 

KCLJ520

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Eddie Wells, Bucky Walters, Eddie Lake, Pinky Whitney , Ray Mueller, Huck Betts, Tex Hughson....what would your best price for these with a SASE be?

Thanks and God bless!
 
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