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    Earl Averill and Lou Boudreau Signed Photograph Lot of 19.
    A late-comer to the the big leagues, debuting at age 27, Earl Averill still managed to play across thirteen seasons from 1929 to 1941. The six-time All-Star remains the Cleveland Indians franchise leader in total bases, RBIs, runs, and triples and ranks top-five in hits, doubles, home runs, and walks. "The Earl of Snohomish" was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1975 by the Veteran's Committee.

    Teammates with Averill in Cleveland in '38 and '39, Lou Boudreau would beat Averill to the Hall of Fame by five years havwin brought Cleveland a World Series title in 1948 along with an MVP award for his own mantle.

    Offered are: four 8x10" photographs signed by Averill, with one that has also been signed by Hal Trosky - ten 8x10" photographs and five magazine pages signed by Boudreau. Light wear exhibited throughout. Pre-Certified


    Guide Value or Estimate: $250 - up.

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