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1927 Yankees Signed Cut Display Lot – Miller Huggins, George Pipgras etc. COA JSAGo Back
Winning Bid: $720.00
Winning Bid: $720.00
Auction ends: 2019-05-18 23:40
Total price with Buyers Premium: $864.00
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Frequently debated, but rarely refuted – the mightiest assembly ever fielded under one major league banner was the 1927 Yankees. Ultimately, seven of its stars are now emblazoned in Cooperstown permanence. It was one of those seasons when all the componentry ran like a Swiss watch. The major stars, as anticipated, performed brilliantly. But perhaps it was the supporting cast that year, rising to exact their best, that elevated the ’27 Yankees.
Presented is a group of autographed cuts from supporting cast members. It is the perfect build toward acquiring all the team member’s autographs along with other prominent Yankee players. The cuts are housed in a pinstripe style matte below a black and white baseball card. They include:
Miller Huggins managed the Cardinals (1913–1917) and New York Yankees (1918-29), including the Murderers’ Row teams of the 1920s that won six AL pennants and three World Series championships. The cut signature (1.50″ x 2.75″) in black pen (“8″). The display measures 16″ x 25”.
Ben Paschal spent most of his career as the fourth outfielder and right-handed pinch hitter of the Yankees’ Murderers’ Row championship teams of the late 1920’s. The cut signature (.75″ x 2.5″) in black pen (“8”).
George Pipgras was known as “The Danish Viking”, he spent most of his playing career with the Yankees, breaking in as a rookie in 1923. He spent the 1925 and 1926 seasons in the minor leagues, and became a starter in the rotation for the first time with the legendary 1927 team. The cut signature on a lined index card (1.75″ x 3.5″) is in black pen (“3-4” faded).
Bob Shawkey played for the Philadelphia Athletics and New York Yankees from 1915-27. He batted and threw right-handed and served primarily as a starting pitcher. The cut signature is (1.75″ x 3.5″) in blue pen (“8”).
Benny Bengough played the majority of his Major League Baseball career as a catcher for the New York Yankees during the 1920s when the team garnered the nickname of Murderers’ Row, due to their potent batting lineup. The cut signature is (1″ x 2.5″) in black pen (“9″).
Julie Wera joined the Yankees in 1927 where he was a reserve on the famed Murderer’s Row team won the World Series. The cut signature is (3.5″ x 1.5”) in black pen (“6-7”) with the date inscribed “1927”.
Urban Shocker was a Major League Baseball pitcher for the New York Yankees and St. Louis Browns from 1916 to 1928. The cut signature is (1″ x 3″) in black pen (“8”).
Pat Collins spent a one-year sojourn in the minor leagues before he was traded to the Yankees, where he spent the next three years and played in the famous 1927 Murderers’ Row lineup. The cut signature is (3/4″ x 3″) in black pen (“7”).
Mark Koenig played minor league baseball for four different teams until May 1925, when he signed for the New York Yankees. After making his debut in September 1925 and spending five seasons with the Yankees, he was traded to the Detroit Tigers, where he spent the next two seasons. The cut signature is (3.5″ x 1.5″”) in black pen (“6-7”).
Bob Meusel for eleven seasons from 1920 through 1930, all but the last for the New York Yankees. He was best known as a member of the Yankees’ championship teams of the 1920s, nicknamed the “Murderers’ Row”, during which time the team won its first six AL pennants and first three World Series titles. The cut signature is (3.5″ x 1.75″) in black pen (“4-5”).
During Bill Dickey’s playing career, the Yankees went to the World Series nine times, winning eight championships. He was named to 11 All-Star Games. As a manager and coach, the Yankees won another six World Series titles. Dickey was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1954. The cut signature is (3/4″ x 2.25″) in black pen (“8-9”).
Nicknamed “The Crow”, Frank Crosetti spent his whole seventeen-year MLB playing career with the New York Yankees before becoming a coach with the franchise for an additional twenty seasons. As a player and third base coach for the Yankees, Crosetti was part of seventeen World Championship teams and 23 World Series participants overall, from 1932 to 1964, the most of any individual. The display is autographed on the card and the cut. The cut signature is (1″ x 3″) in black pen (“8”).
Waite Hoyt performance there attracted the attention of the Yankees, who acquired him in 1920. In his first season as a Yankee, he won 19 games and pitched three complete games in the World Series without allowing an earned run -over his career, he would win six American League pennants with the Yankees and one with the Philadelphia A’s. In his finest years with the Yankees, 1927 and 1928, Hoyt would post records of 22 wins and 7 losses with a 2.64 ERA and 23 wins and 7 losses with a 3.36 ERA. The cut signature is (1.75″ x 3.5″) in black pen (“7-8”) with the inscription, “Happiness”.
Joe Dugan played as a shortstop and third baseman from 1917 through 1931, most notably for the Philadelphia Athletics and the New York Yankees, with whom he played in five World Series. The cut signature is (1.75″ x 3.5″) in black pen (“6-7″).
Authentication: JSA Full Letter
All 9.25″ x 12” (and larger) displays are sold as is without warranty to the condition of the frame.
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