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    1920 World Series (Robinson & Speaker) Original News Service Photograph by Underwood & Underwood, PSA/DNA Type 1. At the dawn of what would become a bright spot in an otherwise dreary century for Cleveland sports teams the Indians' skipper Tris Speaker chatted it up with fellow future-Hall of Famer and head man in Brooklyn, Wilbert Robinson. The Tribe would take the best-of-nine Fall Classic by a count of five games to two with Speaker batting .320 from the three-hole as player/manager. As a special note for uniform aficionados, the black band seen on Speaker's left sleeve as added after teammate Ray Chapman was killed by a pitch throw by Yankees pitcher Carl Mays. Original news service photograph by Underwood & Underwood measures 6x7.25" with an irregular bottom edge trimmed around the foot of Speaker. Reverse is backed with thin paper with grease pencil notations. Photographer stamping underneath the backing. LOA from PSA/DNA Type 1. Encapsulated by PSA/DNA, Type 1.

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