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Southworth would play in 1913 and 1915 and from 1918 to 1929 he batted left-handed Southworth would manage in 1929 as a player-manager and from 1940 through 1951. He managed three pennant-winning St. Louis Cardinals teams, winning two World Series, and another pennant with the Boston Braves, the victory with the Braves would be the last National League title in Boston baseball history. In 1948, the Braves won their second NL pennant of the 20th century and Boston's final National League title but were defeated in six games by the Cleveland Indians in the 1948 World Series. Southworth's major league managerial win-loss record was 1,044–704 and his .597 winning percentage is second all-time among managers to McCarthy's .615. Southworth was the first player-manager to win a World Series. He would be elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2008. Fabulous and rare jersey of Southworth has Partridge in collar size 44. Felt tag embroidered with Southworth MGR. Inside back, the tail has the year 50 embroidered on white felt. The condition is amazing with the exception of a loose number 3. Please view our web photos for detailed photos.
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Auction closed on Sunday, January 21, 2018.
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