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Cubs Mordecai Three Fingers Brown Photo 7350
"Mordecai Brown 1912. Mordecai Brown rivaled Christy Mathewson as the National League's top pitcher of the early 1900s, defeating the legend nine straight times at one point. A member of the Cubspennant-winning teams of 1906 to 1908 and 1910, the right-hander posted six consecutive seasons of 20 wins or more. As a youth, he lost part of his index finger in a farm-machinery accident, thus the nickname ""Three Finger."" Brown not only overcame this handicap, but used it to increase the movement of his pitches. You will receive a high quality print on heavy-duty brilliant photo paper."