Hank Greenberg Signed 3x5 Index Card Document with his information PSA/DNA

Despite losing four prime seasons to World War II and another to a fractured wrist, Hank Greenberg still walloped 331 home runs, including 40 or more on four occasions. The MVP in 1935, when he drove in 170 runs for the pennant-winning Tigers, the slugging right-hander drove in 183 runs in 1937. In 1938, he made a strong run at Babe Ruth's home-run record, finishing with 58. He hit .318 in four World Series with Detroit.

Offered may be one of the best Hank Greenberg signed 3x5 index cards we’ve ever handles. This appears to have sprung out of the John J. Smith and/or Roy Pitts.  This enterprising collector would get athletes to do more than sign a mere autograph.  He’d try to get them to fill out their information.  Hank Greenberg not only signed the card but wrote that he played first base and played in the Major Leagues from 1933-47 and played for Detroit in the A.L and Pittsburgh in the N.L.  On the back of the card there is a stamped date of May 5, 1964.  One of our favorite pieces that we’ve picked up in the last year.

Encapsulated authentic by PSA/DNA



Item: 10667

Price: $249.00
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Hank Greenberg Signed 3x5 Index Card Document with his information PSA/DNA