Max Bishop Signed AUTO 8x10 Photo Philadelphia Athetics 2 X W.S. Champion D.1962

Career Highlights: Max Bishop played for several MLB teams during his career, primarily with the Philadelphia Athletics. Here are some key points from his baseball career:

1.      Debut: Max Bishop made his MLB debut on April 15, 1924, with the Philadelphia Athletics.

2.      Philadelphia Athletics: Bishop spent the majority of his MLB career with the Athletics, playing for them from 1924 to 1933.

3.      Baltimore Orioles: After leaving the Athletics, he played for the Baltimore Orioles from 1934 to 1935.

4.      Boston Red Sox: Bishop concluded his MLB career by playing two seasons with the Boston Red Sox in 1936 and 1937.

5.      Style of Play: Max Bishop was primarily known for his strong defensive skills as a second baseman. He was a patient hitter and had an excellent eye for the strike zone, earning a reputation for drawing walks. He was not a power hitter but was known for getting on base.

6.      World Series Champion: Bishop was a part of the Philadelphia Athletics team that won the World Series in 1929 and 1930.

7.      Retirement: Max Bishop retired from professional baseball after the 1937 season.

After retiring as a player, Bishop became a coach and manager in the minor leagues. He also served as a coach for the Philadelphia Phillies and the Detroit Tigers in the MLB.

Max Bishop's contributions to the game, particularly his defensive skills and on-base ability, earned him a place in the history of baseball. He passed away on January 24, 1962, but his legacy as a professional baseball player lives on.

Offered is a very rare signed 8x10 photo in blue ink signed in the 1950s for a former front office executive for the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Colts.  Fresh to the hobby.

Item: 13281

Price: $249.00
Max Bishop Signed AUTO 8x10 Photo Philadelphia Athetics 2 X W.S. Champion D.1962