Woody English autographed this 1933 Goudey baseball card reprint depicting him in the 1932 season. English appeared in Major League Baseball’s first All Star game in 1933 and played in two World Series.
He finished with 1,356 career hits and a .286 lifetime average. The third baseman twice led the National League in games played and finished fourth in MVP voting in 1931.
His finest season came in 1930 when he set career highs in batting average (.335), homers (14), RBI (59), hits (214), triples (17), stolen bases (13), and walks (100).
Upon retirement, English returned to baseball as the manager of the Grand Rapid Chicks of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League leading them to two playoff appearances and the 1953 AAGPBL championship. Shown here is a 1933 Goudey reprint autographed by Woody English.