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Walsh Chic. Amer. (Ed Walsh or Edward Augustine Walsh (1881-1959) also known as Big Ed. Color portrait of Ed Walsh with the Chicago White Sox. A white stocking is in the top left corner and 'White Sox' is in the top right. Verso: Edward Walsh. 'Ed' Walsh, star twirler of the Chicago Americans, is one of the very best spit-ball pitchers in the business. In 1904 he only went 10 full games for Chicago, but kept developing and in 1906, when the White Sox won the pennant and the World's Championship, was largely instrumental in their success. In 1910, although he did not break even, an analyst shows that in the 369 2-3 innings he pitched, opposing teams were charged with 1,294 times at bat and only made 242 hits, a batting average of .187. Includes statistics for 1908-1910. Base Ball Series 400 Designs. Piedmont. The Cigarette of Quality. Factory No. 25, 2d. Dist. VA.), 1911

Part of Leonard Brecher Tobacco & Chewing Gum Card Collection, ca. 1909-1911

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