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ENOS SLAUGHTER - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: MARTY "THE OCTOPUS" MARION, ROY PARTEE - HFSID 283615

ENOS SLAUGHTER, MARTY MARION and ROY PARTEEBlack and white photo of the three MLB athletes during the 1946 World Series Photograph signed: "Enos Slaughter", "Marty Marion" and "Roy Partee", in blue felt tip. B/w, 10x8. From the 1946 World Series.

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ENOS SLAUGHTER, MARTY MARION and ROY PARTEEBlack and white photo of the three MLB athletes during the 1946 World Series Photograph signed: "Enos Slaughter", "Marty Marion" and "Roy Partee", in blue felt tip. B/w, 10x8. From the 1946 World Series. In 1938, ENOS SLAUGHTER (1916-2002), born in Roxboro, NC, arrived in St. Louis to play for the Cardinals. He was a left-handed batter who hit .300 or better in ten seasons. He led the National League with 52 doubles in 1939 and with 188 hits in 1942, and led in triples in 1942 and 1949. He captured the league RBI title with 130 in 1946.Slaughter was the leader of and top hitter (.318) on the 1942 World Championship Cardinals. He split the 1955 season between New York and Kansas City, leading the American League with 16 pinch hits. He was with the Yankees for their 1956, 1957, and 1958 pennants. He had 48 pinch at-bats in each of his last two seasons, leading the League in 1958. In 1985, he was elected to the Hall of Fame. Shortstop MARTY MARION (1917-2011) played his entire career in St. Louis: 11 years with the Cardinals and 2 years with the Browns. From 1940 to 1953, he was selected as an All-Star 8 times, played on 3 winning World Series teams (1942, 1944, and 1946). He was also the National League MVP in 1944.ROY PARTEE (1917-2000) was a back-up catcher who played 5 seasons in the Majors: 4 with the Boston Red Sox (1943-44, 1946-47) and one after being traded to the St. Louis Browns in 1948 as part of a large package. His only post season play was in the 1946 World Series. Image is slightly grainy. Otherwise, fine condition.

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