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1930 Mickey Cochrane Signed Player's Contract

1930 Mickey Cochrane Signed Player's Contract

One of the greatest catchers ever to don the "tools of ignorance." Mickey Cochrane was entering his sixth year in the major leagues with the Philadelphia A's when he signed this contract for the 1930 season, paying him $16,000. Most importantly, it is signed "Gordon S. Cochrane" in ink inside, grading 8/10. However, it is not signed by the team or American League president at the time. There are some folds and wrinkles but overall is in Good condition. Cochrane played 13 seasons with the A's and Tigers before his career came to an abrupt end after sustaining a near-fatal injury from a pitched ball in 1937. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame 19 years later.

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