PLAYER: Eddie Collins (HOF) TEAM: Philadelphia Athletics LEAGUE: American BACK: American Beauty 350 Framed (21/39) GRADE: PSA 5 EX (1157-1092) SOLD THE CARD A stellar example of Hall of Fame second baseman Eddie Collins. The card features the American Beauty 350 Framed advertising reverse (ranked 21/39 in terms of scarcity according to T206 Resource). EDDIE COLLINS Edward Trowbridge Collins Born: May 2, 1887 - Millerton, NY Died: March 25, 1951 - Boston, MA Batted: LH Threw: RH Position: 2B Career BA: .333 Managerial Record: 174–160 Teams: Philadelphia Athletics AL (1906–1914, 1927–1930) Chicago White Sox AL (1915–1923; player/manager: 1924–1926) Possibly the greatest second...
PLAYER: Eddie Collins (HOF) TEAM: Philadelphia Athletics LEAGUE: American BACK: Piedmont 350 (39/39) GRADE: SGC 3 VG - (127) 7147-253 SOLD   THE CARD A pleasing example of Hall of Fame second baseman Eddie Collins featuring the Piedmont 350 advertising reverse (ranked 39/39 in terms of scarcity according to T206 Resource). EDDIE COLLINS Edward Trowbridge Collins Born: May 2, 1887 - Millerton, NY Died: March 25, 1951 - Boston, MA Batted: LH Threw: RH Position: 2B Career BA: .333 Managerial Record: 174–160 Teams: Philadelphia Athletics AL (1906–1914, 1927–1930) Chicago White Sox AL (1915–1923; player/manager: 1924–1926) Possibly the greatest second baseman of all...
***This Listing Brought To You Courtesy Of The T206 Society***   Official Scorecard September 20, 1909; Shibe Park Detroit Tigers VS Philadelphia Athletics 4-3, Athletics W: Eddie Plank L: Ed Summers BOX SCORE   "COBB SPIKES BARRY" The scene took place at Shibe Park in the stadium's inaugural season as Ty Cobb and the visiting Detroit Tigers led by Hughie Hennings faced off against Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics. The 1909 season was winding down and the fight for first place in the American League had reached a critical juncture. Weeks earlier Ty Cobb had spiked Athletics third baseman Frank Baker...