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Stamped, February 7, 1933 contract between Hal Finney and the Pittsburgh Athletic Company operating the Pittsburgh Baseball Club. The contract is signed by Finney inside in sharp black ink (9/10), President of the Pittsburgh Pirates William E. Benswanger (9/10) and league president, John Heydler in black ink (8.5/10). Finney held the distinction of having held the record for the most at bats without a hit (0-35) until pitcher Jason Bergman passed him in 2008. Contract has horizontal fold creases and very slight yellowing o/w NRMT.
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