PETE REISER - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 164526
Sale Price $144.00
Black and white picture postcard signed by Reiser in blue ink (3½x5½)
Photograph signed: "Pete Reiser". B/w, 3½x5½. In 1941, Pete Reiser (1919-1981), in his first full season with the Dodgers, became the National League's youngest batting champion ever, hitting .343. He tied for the league lead with 39 doubles and led with 17 triples, 117 runs scored and a .558 slugging percentage. Reiser was hitting .383 on July 2, 1942, when he smashed into the centerfield wall in St. Louis. It was one of 11 times, according to writer Red Smith, that Reiser had to be carried off the field. He suffered a severe concussion and a shoulder separation and finished the season batting just .310. He still won the NL stolen-base title with 20. Ink notes (unknown hand) on verso. Ink stamp on verso. Defects from original negative have been reproduced in photo. Otherwise, fine condition.
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