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Ed Reulbach Boldly Signed Index Card.




      
Lot 113. Ed Reulbach Boldly Signed Index Card. Unimprovable gem mint 10 autograph on a 3” x 5” unlined card. Below his name, Reulbach added “Chicago Cubs 1904-1913.” Reulbach is one of the best pitchers not in the Hall of Fame, and a good case can be made that some pitchers enshrined were not as good as he. His 182-106 career record, .632 winning percentage and 2.28 ERA place him near Sandy Koufax territory. He won 97 games in his first five seasons and had a record of 136-65 when the Chicago Cubs traded him to Brooklyn in 1913. He also pitched in the Federal League. Reulbach and Ty Cobb died on the same day, July 17, in 1961. Kevin Keating authenticated his autograph, which is scarce. Current Bid $100.    


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