GEHRINGER/RICK FERRELL~2006 TOPPS CO-SIGNERS DUAL AUTO

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Charlie Gehringer Charlie Gehringer Second Baseman Born: May 11 , 1903 (1903-05-11 ) Died: January 21 , 1993 (aged 89) Batted: Left Threw: Right MLB debut September 22 , 1924
for the Detroit Tigers Final game September 27 , 1942
for the Detroit Tigers Career statistics AVG .320 Hits 2839 RBI 1427 Teams Detroit Tigers ( 1924 -1942 ) Career highlights and awards MVP: 1937 Led American League in batting average: 1937 (.371) Led the league in runs scored 1929 (131) & 1934 (134). Led the league in hits 1929 (215) & 1934 (214). All Star Games : 6 13 seasons over .300 Lifetime batting average: .320 Committed 310 errors in 7091 attempts Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Elected 1949 Vote 85.03%

Charles Leonard Gehringer ( May 11 , 1903 - January 21 , 1993 ), nicknamed " The Mechanical Man ," was a Major League Baseball second baseman who played nineteen seasons (1924-1942) for the Detroit Tigers . He batted left-handed and threw right-handed.

Overview

Widely regarded as one of the greatest

Gehringer also led the Tigers to three American League pennants (1934, 1935, and 1940) and one World Series Championship (1935). Gehringer hit .379 and .375 in the 1934 and 1935 World Series.

Gehringer was also one of the best fielding second basemen in history, having led all American League second basemen in fielding percentage and assists seven times. His 7,068 assists is the second highest total in major league history for a second baseman. He also collected 5,369 putouts as a second basemen (the 6th highest total for a second baseman) and 1,444 double plays (the 7th highest total for a second baseman).

Known for his consistency as a hitter and fielder, Gehringer was given the nickname " The Mechanical Man " by Yankee pitcher Lefty Gomez . [1] Teammate Doc Cramer quipped: "You wind him up Opening Day and forget him." [2] A durable player, Gehringer had two consecutive game streaks of more than 500 games -- one from 1927-1931 and the other from 1931-1935

Rick Ferrell Rick Ferrell Catcher Born: October 12 , 1905 Died: July 27 , 1995 (aged 89) Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut April 19 , 1929
for the St. Louis Browns Final game September 14 , 1947
for the Washington Senators Career statistics Batting average .281 Hits 1692 Runs batted in 735 Teams St. Louis Browns (1929-1933, 1941-1943) Boston Red Sox (1933-1937) Washington Senators (1937-1941, 1944-1945, 1947) Career highlights and awards 8-time American League All-Star 4 seasons with a .300+ batting average Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Elected 1984 Election Method Veteran's Committee

Richard Benjamin Ferrell ( October 12 , 1905 - July 27 , 1995 ) was an American catcher in Major League Baseball , and a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame . Strong and durable, Ferrell was an outstanding catcher for the St. Louis Browns , Boston Red Sox and Washington Senators between 1929 and 1947 . He retired having caught 1...

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