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    1909 M101-2 Sporting News "Detroit Tigers" Team Supplement. Ty Cobb, sitting at far right in the center row, looks less like a fiery Dead Ball terror and more like a young lawyer in this spectacular 16x9.5" studio photograph of the 1909 American League Champs. The Peach's .377 batting average, nine home runs (all inside the park), 107 runs batted in and seventy-six stolen bases made him the only player in the game's history to win the quadruple crown this season, leaving no doubt as to his supremacy on the diamond. Joining him in dignified dress and pose are fellow Hall of Famers Wahoo Sam Crawford and manager Hughie Jennings, along with top aces George Mullin and Ed Willet and the rest of the cast of characters, all identified along the bottom of this incredible image produced by 'M. Hayes & Co, Detroit. ' Edge wear is present, more on the right side, but the photograph remains vibrant. Please note the offering is trimmed and mounted.

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    11th Sunday
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