Woody English

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Birthdate 3/2/1906
Death Date 9/26/1997
Debut Year 1927
Year of Induction
Teams Cubs, Dodgers
Positions Shortstop, Third Base

Woody English was at third base for Babe Ruth’s called shot in Game 3 of the 1932 World Series & also played in MLB’s first All Star game in ’33.

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Woody English says Babe Ruth did not call his shot in the 1932 World Series

Woody English says Babe Ruth did not call his shot in the 1932 World Series

Babe Ruth and the Cubs players were jawing at each other during Game 3 of the 1932 World Series. Ruth hit two homers off of Charlie Root in that game, the second coming in the 5th inning. That fifth inning bomb is one of the most memorable hits in Major League
Autographed 1933 Goudey reprint of Woody English

Autographed 1933 Goudey reprint of Woody English

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 t

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