Heinie Manush

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Birthdate 7/20/1901
Death Date 5/12/1971
Debut Year 1923
Year of Induction 1964
Teams Browns, Dodgers, Pirates, Red Sox, Senators, Tigers
Position Left Field

Heinie Manush, Hall of Fame class of 1964, had a 17-year big league career that produced 2,524 hits and a .330 lifetime average. 

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In the collection:

Heinie Manush autographed gold Hall of Fame plaque

Heinie Manush autographed gold Hall of Fame plaque

The 1926 American League batting champ, Heinie Manush finished in the top four AL batters six times. Along the way he also tallied at least 200 hits in four different seasons. The runner-up in 1928 MVP balloting, he also finished 3rd in the MVP race in 1932 and 1933. In the collection is an autograp
Cecil Travis writes about teammate Heinie Manush

Cecil Travis writes about teammate Heinie Manush

Heinie Manush was already an established star with the Washington Senators when Cecil Travis broke into the big leagues. Travis debuted in 1933 and hit .302 in 18 games the same season that Manush led the junior circuit in hits and triples while hitting .336. In this letter Travis writes about his former teammate, “He was a great

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