Stuffy McInnis

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Birthdate 9/19/1890
Death Date 02/16/1960
Debut Year 1909
Year of Induction
Teams Athletics, Braves, Indians, Phillies, Pirates, Red Sox
Position First Base

The first baseman of the Philadelphia Athletics famed “$100,000 infield”, Stuffy McInnis was a four-time World Champ with a .307 lifetime average.

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In the collection:

Stuffy McInnis held down first base for Connie Mack's famed $100,000 infield

Stuffy McInnis held down first base for Connie Mack's famed $100,000 infield

On the collection is this government postcard signed by Stuffy McInnis. A fine fielder, McInnis completed his 19-year career with 2,405 hits and a lifetime .307 average. He combined with second baseman Eddie Collins, shortstop Jack Barry, and third baseman Frank “Home Run”
Later in life, McInnis coached baseball at Harvard University

Later in life, McInnis coached baseball at Harvard University

Government postcards provide aid to authenticating autographs. Collectors would send a postcard to the desired target. When the autograph returned in the mail it would contain a postmark verifying the exact date and place from where it was mailed. This postmark reveals an April 23, 1948 mailing from

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