Pepper Martin Signed GPC Gas House Gang Cardinals Superstar D.1965 JSA

He was known as the Wild Horse of the Osage because of his daring, aggressive baserunning abilities. Martin played in Major League Baseball as a third baseman and an outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals during the 1930s and early 1940s. He was best known for his heroics during the 1931 World Series, in which he was the catalyst in a Cardinals' upset victory over the Philadelphia Athletics.  Martin would become a 4 X All-Star, 2 X World Series Champion (including the 1934 Cards), 3 X Stolen Base Leader, and an inductee into the St. Louis Cardinals HOF.  He died at the age of 61 of a heart attack.

Offered is a signed GPC postmarked from June 1, 1948 mailed from McAlester, Oklahoma in blue steel tipped pen.

JSA cert card accompanies this autograph



Item: 10842

Price: $195.00
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Pepper Martin Signed GPC Gas House Gang Cardinals Superstar D.1965 JSA