Eddie Collins (D. 1951) Signed Trade Document for Smead Jolley Baseball HOF JSA LOA

At the end of his career, Eddie Collins (D 1951), ranked second in major league history in career games (2,826), walks (1,499), and stolen bases (744), ranked third in runs scored (1,821), ranked fourth in hits (3,315) and at bats (9,949), ranked sixth in on-base percentage (.424), and ranked eighth in total bases (4,268). He was also fourth in AL history in triples (187). He still holds the major league record of 512 career sacrifice bunts, which is over 100 more than any other player. He was the first major leaguer in modern history to steal 80 bases in a season, and still shares the major league record of six steals in a game, which he accomplished twice in September 1912. He regularly batted over .320, retiring with a career average of .333. He also holds major league records for career games (2,650), assists (7,630) and total chances (14,591) at second base, and ranks second in putouts (6,526). Collins is one of only 29 players in baseball history to have appeared in Major League games in four decades.

Offered is a document that measures approximately 6x4 in size trading Smead Jolley from the Boston Red Sox at the end of 1933 to the St. Louis Browns.  He was traded along with Ivy Andrews for cash and Carl Reynolds.  Jolley would finish his career in the minors.   



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Price: $499.00
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Eddie Collins (D. 1951) Signed Trade Document for Smead Jolley Baseball HOF JSA LOA