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White Chicago Amer. (Doc White or Guy Harris White (1879-1969). Color portrait of Doc White with the Chicago White Sox. A white stocking is in the top left corner and 'White Sox' is in the top right. Verso: G.H. White. 'Doc' White, the Chicago Americans' left-handed pitcher, is one of their most dependable workers. In the seven years ending 1910 he has never failed to finish the season on the right side of the ledger. In 1906, when the White Sox won the American League pennant, he contributed 18 victories out of the 24 games he was responsible for. He is a good fielder, and does not fail to cover first when the baseman has to go after the ball. In 1910 he had 30 put outs, more than any other pitcher in the American League, and more than any two pitchers in the National League. 'Doc,' besides being a good ball player, has had considerable fame as a singer and writer of songs. 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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