GENE WOODLING - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 124906
GENE WOODLING Black and white photo of Woodling, as he prepares to bat Photograph signed: "Gene Woodling". B/w, 8x10. After several unsuccessful stints in the majors, Woodling, a
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Black and white photo of Woodling, as he prepares to bat
Photograph signed: "Gene Woodling". B/w, 8x10. After several unsuccessful stints in the majors, Woodling, a four-time minor league batting champion, stuck with the Yankees in 1949 and played a large role in the club's record five consecutive World Championships (1949-53). He was, in Stengel's opinion, the best defensive left fielder Casey managed in New York. He could run and throw, and was a clutch hitter. Woodling topped the .300 mark in 1952 and 1953, and hit a solo HR in each WS from 1951 through 1953. Following the 1954 season, he was traded to Baltimore and then moved on to Cleveland, with whom he reached career highs of 19 HR, 78 RBI and a .321 average in 1957. Light mailing fold. Lightly creased. Impressions from handwriting on another document are present across image but not visible head on. Otherwise, fine condition.
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