Johnny Lindell 1941 Yankees Rookie Baseball Contract Signed AUTO /w Barrow Harridge

Johnny Lindell (D. 1985) played MLB baseball from 1941-50.

1.    Early Career: Johnny Lindell began his MLB career in 1941 with the Philadelphia Phillies as an outfielder. He played for the Phillies from 1941 to 1942 and then joined the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1943.

2.    Service in World War II: Lindell's baseball career was interrupted when he served in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II. He missed the 1944 and 1945 seasons.

3.    New York Yankees: After returning from military service, Lindell was acquired by the New York Yankees in 1947. He became known for his versatility as both a pitcher and an outfielder.

4.    1947 World Series: Lindell had a notable performance in the 1947 World Series with the Yankees, where he pitched and played in the outfield. He contributed to the Yankees' championship that year.

5.    Pitching and Hitting: Johnny Lindell was known for his ability to both pitch and hit. He was used as a relief pitcher and outfielder during his career, and he had success in both roles.

6.    Later Career: Lindell continued to play for the Yankees until 1950 and later had brief stints with the St. Louis Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates before retiring from professional baseball.

After his playing career, Johnny Lindell remained involved in baseball, including coaching and scouting. He passed away in 1985. Lindell's unique combination of pitching and hitting skills made him a memorable figure in the history of baseball.

Offered is his rookie contract with the New York Yankees signed by Lindell, AL President and Baseball HOFer – William Harridge (D. 1971), and HOFer – Ed Barrow (D. 1953)

Full LOA from BAS

Item: 13284

Price: $399.00
Johnny Lindell 1941 Yankees Rookie Baseball Contract Signed AUTO /w Barrow Harridge