PEE WEE REESE~06 Upper Deck EXQUISITE Cuts AUTO~~11/65~

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PEE WEE REESE

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Pee Wee Reese Pee Wee Reese Shortstop Born: July 23 , 1918 Died: August 14 , 1999 (aged 81) Batted: Right Threw: Right MLB debut April 23 , 1940
for the Brooklyn Dodgers Final game September 26 , 1958
for the Los Angeles Dodgers Career statistics AVG .269 Hits 2170 HR 126 Teams

Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers ( 1940 -1958 )

Career highlights and awards All-star in 1942 and 1946-1954 1956 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award Led NL in runs in 1949 with 132 Led NL in stolen bases in 1952 with 30 Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Elected 1984 Vote Veterans Committee

Harold Henry "Pee Wee" Reese ( July 23 , 1918 - August 14 , 1999 ) was an American professional baseball player who played for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers from 1940 to 1958. [1] Reese was a ten-time All Star shortstop who contributed to seven league championships for Brooklyn.

Reese's nickname came from his childhood, but it wasn't about his height: he was a champion marbles player (a little "pee wee" is a small marble). Reese was born and raised near then- racially-segregated Louisville, Kentucky .

Reese was a strong supporter of
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