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1916 St. Louis Browns Oversized Cabinet Photograph

1916 St. Louis Browns Oversized Cabinet Photograph

One of the most interesting mediocre teams in history, the 1916 St. Louis Browns finished with a 79-75 record, good for fifth place in the American League. This unusually large, 8.5x4.25" cabinet photo showcases an unusual lineup that features Armando Marsans (one of the first Major Leaguers born in Cuba), Hall of Famer George Sisler, a young Burt Shotton (Jackie Robinson's first manager), castoffs from the Federal League Terriers (Chapman, Davenport, Johnson, Hartley, Miller), Jim Austin (victim of the classic Ty Cobb Sliding photo by Charles Conlon), Doc Crandall (the first relief pitcher ever), Bob Groom (who no-hit Joe Jackson and the World Champion White Sox and no-hit Ty Cobb's Tigers, the only one ever without a "k"), Babe Borton and Gene Paulette (victims of the Black Sox Scandal aftermath), Charlie Deal (Miracle Braves), Fielder Jones (player-manager of the Hitless Wonders) and the great Eddie Plank, also via the St. Louis Terriers of the Federal League. The photo - tipped in on cardboard two-tone mount with recessed edge - features a cartouche on the front and stamp on the back.


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