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RARE Jimmie Foxx & 1934 Red Sox team matesVintage Authentic AutographsJSA Certified
One of the nicest Jimmie Foxx autographs you will ever see! This is a signed, in black fountain pen, autographed page of Jimmie Foxx and many others! This page contains autographs of his team-mates! To include: Lee Rogers, Wes Ferrell, Johnny Welch, Dusty Cooke, and many others to include Ostermmueller, etc. I can't read the other last names! This item is absolutely mint and would grade very high! Guaranteed to pass PSA/DNA or any other test you want to conduct on it! It is a signed album page from an autograph book! All autographs would grade at least a perfect 10! No smudges or tears! Probably one of the nicest Foxx autographs I have ever seen!
Based on all these signatures together it is evident this was the 1934 Red Sox.
GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC FOR LIFE - JSA Certified.
James Emory Foxx ( 1907 - 1967) was an American first baseman in Major League Baseball who was one of the greatest right-handed power hitters to ever play the sport. Foxx was the second major league player to hit 500 career home runs, and at age 32 years, 11 months, and two days, is still the youngest ever to reach that mark. Foxx was one of the three or four most feared sluggers of his era. The great Yankee pitcher Lefty Gomez once said of him, "He has muscles in his hair." In 1937 Foxx hit a ball into the third deck of the left-field stands at Yankee Stadium in New York, a very rare feat because of the distance and the angle of the stands. Gomez was the pitcher who gave it up, and when asked how far it went, he said, "I don't know, but I do know it took somebody 45 minutes to go up there and get it back." He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1951. At the end of his career, his 534 home runs placed him second only to Ruth on the all-time list, and first among right-handed hitters. He retained these positions until Willie Mays passed Foxx for 2nd place on the all-time HR list in 1966. In 1999, he ranked number 15 on The Sporting News' list of the 100 Greatest Baseball Players, and was a nominee for the Major League Baseball All-Century Team. Although Foxx's name appears both as Jimmy Foxx and Jimmie Foxx in newspaper accounts, box scores, baseball cards, and other records, Foxx generally signed his name "Jimmie." Offered here is his signature, written in bold, blue ink, and affixed to a 3" by 5" index card. The back of the card is blank. Comes with Letter of Authenticity from JSA