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Brooklyn Dodgers Zach Wheat 1914 Photo 7377
"Zach Wheat 1914. For eighteen years, Zack Wheat was a fixture in left field at the famous Ebbets Field in Brooklyn. In his first year with the Dodgers in 1909, this hard-hitting outfielder batted .304. This would be the first of 14 seasons with a batting average over .300. He won the NL batting title with a batting average of .335 in 1918. Wheat compiled all these awards during the now infamous ""dead-ball"" era. He also holds the Dodgers all-time club record for most games (2,322), most at-bats (8,859) and most hits (2,884). This long-time Dodger is now a Hall of Famer, invited to the land of the legendary in 1959. You will receive a high quality print on heavy-duty brilliant photo paper."