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Red Sox Harry Hooper Photo 7334
"Harry Bartholomew Hooper 1914. Hooper excelled on the big stage. In the final game of the 1912 World Series he made an incredible barehanded catch of Larry Doyle's drive to right field, preserving the win for Boston. He was the first player to hit two home runs in a World Series game, and he contributed to four Red Sox championships with a .293 average from the leadoff spot. With Duffy Lewis and Tris Speaker, Hooper formed the famous ""Million-Dollar Outfield."" You will receive a high quality print on heavy-duty brilliant photo paper."