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    1932 George Moriarty Original News Photograph Taken After Fight with Indians.
    Being a former player, George Moriarty wasn't going to take any guff as an umpire. Although he suffered a broken hand following a fight with a number of Cleveland Indians players, the arbiter looks no worse for wear on this original 6.5x8.25" photo. Moriarty's broken hand is bandaged up and he looks like he might be able to go a few more rounds with the Indians. "H.V. Tucker" and "Acme Newspictures, Inc." are stamped on the reverse along with a paper caption (detached but present and applied to black backing). Tack holes and regular surface wear are visible. This originated from Harry Evans' personal collection.


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