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Vintage Baseball Glove Stu Martin RawlingsGo Back
Presented is a vintage baseball catcher’s glove made from genuine cow hide. It’s Stu Martin’s professional model. It’s a Stu Martin Rawlings glove with a company patch on the wrist. The mitt fits the left hand and is in excellent used condition with central pocket wear and aging.
Stu Martin was an American second baseman in Major League Baseball. He played from 1936 to 1943. He began his professional baseball career in the St. Louis Cardinals organization in 1934. The following season, he hit .338 in the Piedmont League. He was brought up to the major league club in 1936. Martin platooned with Frankie Frisch in his rookie season and hit .298, with career-highs in on-base percentage and slugging percentage. He was named to the National League All-Star team. Martin continued to play semi-regularly for St. Louis for the rest of the decade. However, in 1940 his batting numbers declined, and he was sold to the Pittsburgh Pirates after the season. He played parts of two seasons there. In 1943, he was traded to the Chicago Cubs and played a few games for them.