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The Hall of Fame second baseman Napoleon Lajoie has signed this offered cut. Lajoie played 21 years in the Major Leagues, debuting for the Philadelphia Phillies in 1896 before moving to the Philadelphia Athletics and later the Cleveland Indians. Lajoie hit .338 for his career, collecting 3,243 total hits and 1,599 RBI with a single-season high batting average of .426. The Woonsocket, Rhode Island native was a member of the second class of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, appearing on 168 of the 201 ballots cast in the 1937 election. Lajoie has signed this offered cut in black pen as “Larry Lajoie”. Below his signature, Lajoie inscribed “Sept 18th, 1943”. This cut is a 2 x 3-inch piece of lined paper mounted on a 3 x 3.75-inch piece of construction paper. A black and white image of Lajoie’s Hall of Fame plaque is attached to the cut, which has “Nap Lajoie / ’37 / ‘37” written on the lined paper in black pen. This item comes with a LOA from JSA (X67845).

1943 Nap Lajoie Signed & Inscribed Cut Signed As Larry Lajoie (JSA)
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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $799.50
Number Bids: 11
Auction closed on Sunday, May 12, 2019.
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