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Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves

Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves
Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves
Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves

Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves    Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves

In 21 big league seasons, Spahn, a 17-time All-Star, compiled a 363-245 record, started 665 games, has 382, strike outs, out of 2,583 batters and finished with a 3.09 ERA - leading the league in ERA three times. Spahn was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1973.

Warren Spahn 1970 MLB Payroll / Promotion Endorsed Canceled Bank Check. Approximately 7.5 x 3.5, is dated November 9, 1970, has. Major League Baseball Promotion Corporation. P re-printed at the top and is made out to Mr. The check is endorsed on the reverse in blue pen Warren E. None of the usual cancellation/paid stamps or prior folds affect the signature. A star on a pitching mound and a hero on the battlefields, Warren Spahn excelled in two far different uniforms. The winningest southpaw pitcher in big league history, Spahn won 363 games in a career that included 13 20-win seasons. But fellow Hall of Famer Stan Musial had his doubts as to whether Spahn, a major league pitcher until his mid-40s, would ever be honored in Cooperstown, once half-jokingly stating, I don't think Spahn will ever get into the Hall of Fame.

He'll never stop pitching. Spahn made his big league debut with the Boston Braves in 1942, the same year he would join the Army. Over the next four years he would participate in the Battle of the Bulge and the taking of the bridge at Remagen.

A true war hero, he was awarded a Purple Heart for shrapnel wound and a battlefield commission. In addition to his fastball, Spahn also developed a number of off-speed pitches, all thrown with the same high-kicking motion. "A pitcher needs two pitches - one they're looking for and one to cross them up, " Spahn was fond of saying. With the Braves' franchise move to Milwaukee prior to the 1953 season, Spahn continued his excellence and the team soon responded by winning pennants in 1957 and 1958. Playing the Yankees in both World Series, Spahn helped Milwaukee capture the 1957 championship, the same year he won the Cy Young Award. As Spahn grew older, his pitching seemed to improve. He won at least 20 games every year from 1956 to 1961, led the league in complete games every year from 1957 to 1963, and in 1963 - at age 42 - posted a 23-7 record and compiled a 2.60 earned run average.

In maybe his most memorable pitching performance, Spahn faced off with the Giants' Juan Marichal on July 2, 1963, each hurler pitching shutout ball until Willie Mays hit a home run in the bottom of the 16th inning to give San Francisco the 1-0 victory. In 21 big league seasons, Spahn, a 17-time All-Star, compiled a 363-245 record, started 665 games, completed 382, struck out 2,583 batters and finished with a 3.09 ERA - leading the league in ERA three times. He passed away on Nov.

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  • Product: Signed Payroll / Promotion Check
  • Player: Warren Spahn
  • Featured Refinements: Signed Check
  • Sport: Baseball-MLB
  • Team: Milwaukee Braves
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Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves    Warren Spahn Signed MLB Payroll Promotion Check Autograph HOF Milwaukee Braves