STAN "THE MAN" MUSIAL - COLLECTION WITH ENOS SLAUGHTER, RED SCHOENDIENST - HFSID 264274
Sale Price $270.00
ST. LOUIS CARDINALS: STAN MUSIAL, RED SCHOENDIENST and ENOS SLAUGHTERThree Hall of Fame plaque cards, one for each player, all of them signedComprises: Three Baseball Hall of Fame Plaque Cards signed: "Stan Musial" (the plaque reads: "NAMED ON 12 ALL STAR TEAMS"; Musial has hand-corrected the number to "24"), "Red Schoendienst" and "Enos Slaughter", each 3½x5½, each signed by the player in the blank area above the plaque reproductionEach player is depicted wearing a St. Louis cap. The St. Louis Cardinals' STAN MUSIAL (1920-2013) hit at least .300 for sixteen consecutive years.At his retirement after the 1963 season, the three-time Most Valuable Player held the National League record for most runs, hits, doubles, and RBIs. Musial appeared in 24 All-Star games, won seven batting titles, and had a lifetime batting average of .331. He was nicknamed "The Man" by admiring Brooklyn Dodgers' fans. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1969.RED SCHOENDIENST (1923-2018) led National League second basemen in fielding average for the first of seven seasons. With sure hands and quick reflexes, he handled 320 consecutive chances without an error in 1950. Schoendienst set a National League record in 1956 with a .9934 fielding average at second base, eclipsed 30 years later by Ryne Sandberg. Schoendienst was one of the best switch-hitters of his day. He led the league in at-bats in 1947 and again in 1950, when he also led in doubles. Schoendienst batted .342 to finish second behind Carl Furillo in the 1953 National League batting race. After a stint with the Giants and the Braves, he returned to the Cardinals in 1961, and in 1962 led the league with 22 pinch hits in 72 attempts. Schoendienst, a .303 career pinch hitter, was inducted into the Hall of Fame on July 22, 1989. 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 ten times. 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, '57, and '58 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. Fine condition. Three items.
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