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This framed and matted letter just oozes baseball nostalgia. Following his 1942 induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, Rogers Hornsby became the General Manager of the Fort Worth Cats. This letter from January 1943 was sent from General Manager Hornsby to the Vice President of the Boston Red Sox, fellow Hall of Fame second baseman Eddie Collins. The letter discussed Boston's interest in a Fort Worth player and was signed by Hornsby in black ink (rated 7/10). The letter is mounted with a drawing of Hornsby in a Cardinals cap and another Hornsby autograph (also black 7/10). The letter is EX-MT. The entire frame measures 15.5x19".
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