1936 Baseball All-Star Game Original Negative
This photo was taken in 1936, prior to the 4th convention of baseball immortals, and not so immortals, known as the Midsummer Classic. Shot at Boston’s Braves Field, and with Babe Ruth now retired, baseball’s two biggest stars, Gehrig and Foxx are unmistakable. The others, from left to right, are Pinky Higgins, Goose Goslin and Earl Averill. This talent could not prevent the National Leaguers from winning their first All-Star Game behind the pitching of All-Star legend Carl Hubbell. A very desirable and early image from what has become an American institution—thank you Archie Ward! This original 4”x 5” negative is in NRMT condition.
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