Jimmie Jimmy Foxx D.1967 Baseball Hall of Fame Typed Letter Signed PSA/DNA LOA

From the Baseball HOF website, “Hall of Famer Bill Dickey said "If I were catching blindfolded, I'd always know when it was (Jimmie) Foxx who connected. He hit the ball harder than anyone else”. The powerful Sudlersville, Maryland farm boy signed his first professional contract with the nearby Easton minor league club at age 16, and made his Major League debut before the end of his junior year in high school.

Offered is a typed letter signed dated March 6, 1951 That Jimmie Foxx writes to former Major League ballplayer, "Thanks so much for your letter congratulating me my election to the Hall of Fame. Will probably see you some time during the summer.  Eddie told me you sent regards when I saw him in New York"

Eddie was referring to his son-in-law, Eddie Stanky, who was playing second baseball for the New York Giants in 1951.

Signed in ink "Jim" rating 8 out of 10. Toning and scattered wear with several fold lines. Includes original envelope with Foxx return address. Letter measures 7” x 10” in size.

Great letter from one Hall of Fame legend to another former Major League ballplayer.

Full LOA from PSA/DNA



Item: 12845

Price: $695.00
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Jimmie Jimmy Foxx D.1967 Baseball Hall of Fame Typed Letter Signed PSA/DNA LOA