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    1883 Harry Wright Signed Providence Grays vs. Chicago White Stockings Scorecard, PSA/DNA Authentic. Regarded in his time as "The Father of Professional Baseball," future Hall of Famer Harry Wright was the centerfielder on the first professional team, managed numerous championship ball clubs, and was a major innovator and developer of the Nineteenth Century game.

    Two-sided scorecard is scored in pencil for the Providence Grays (with Hall of Famer Old Hoss Radbourne) for their contest versus the Chicago White Stocking on May 24, 1883. The Grays won 9-5. The other side is scored for the Detroit Wolverines (with Hall of Famer Ned Hanlon) for an undated game. "Harry Wright" signs in pencil in the "Scorer" box on the Detroit side. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Authentic.


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