LUKE APPLING - AUTOGRAPH - HFSID 46094
Sale Price $81.00
LUKE APPLING. Signature: " 'Luke' Appling", 3x5 index card. "Old Aches and Pains" Appling retired with a lifetime batting average of .310, hitting .388 in 1936, the highest ever for a shortstop. In 1949, at age 42, he was the oldest regular shortstop in baseball history. At the Cracker Jack All-Star Oldtimers' Game in 1984, the 75-year-old Appling hit a home run into the seats against 63-year-old Warren Spahn. Slightly creased at corners. Fine condition.
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