Mickey Cochrane Major Leagues Lifetime Pass
One of the perks from being a Hall of Famer is receiving a lifetime pass to attend any major league game. Back in the late 1940s, after catcher Mickey Cochrane was enshrined in Cooperstown, he received this heavy metal pass plated in silver and with a Lambert Bros.stamp on the back. It reads: "THE NATIONAL/AMERICAN MAJOR LEAGUES OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL PRESENT THIS LIFETIME PASS TO MICKEY COCHRANE IN APPRECIATION OF LONG AND MERITORIOUS SERVICE and is signed by both league commissioners, WILLIAM HARRIDGE and FORD C. FRICK. There is some tarnishing and a few scratches evident but has a VG appearance. One can only imagine how many times Cochrane used this esteemed credential in the years prior to his death in 1962. The player-manager with the Detroit Tigers compiled a lifetime .320 batting average with Detroit and the Philadelphia A's.
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