JIM VIOX - ENVELOPE SIGNED CIRCA 1960 CO-SIGNED BY: E. MARTINI - HFSID 166956
Sale Price $81.00
Envelope signed by the Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman, postmarked in 1960. Also signed by postmaster E. Martini
Envelope signed: "James H. Viox", "E. Martini/P.M.", 6½x3¾. MLB player Jim Viox (1890-1969)played primarily as a second baseman for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1912 to 1916. He set a rookie record in the 1913 season for the highest batting average (.317) by a second baseman, which was not matched until 2007 with Boston Red Sox Dustin Pedroia. He retired in 1916 with a career .273 batting average, 191 RBI, and 465 hits. After retiring from active play, Viox managed teams in the minor leagues, winning two Virginia League championships (1920 and 1921). Corners and edges lightly worn. Light surface creases. Lightly toned. Ink stamp. Slightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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