Prints and Photos
Honus Wagner Pirates Photo 7304
"John Peter (Honus) Wagner 1911. One of the Hall of Fame's five original inductees in 1936, Honus Wagner combined rare offensive and defensive excellence throughout a 21-year career. Despite his awkward appearance stocky, barrel chested and bow-legged the longtime Pirates shortstop broke into the big leagues by hitting .344 in 1897 with Louisville, the first of 17 consecutive seasons of hitting over .300, including eight as the National League batting champion, compiling a lifetime average of .329. The ""Flying Dutchman"" also stole 722 bases and led the league in thefts on five occasions. You will receive a high quality print on heavy-duty brilliant photo paper."