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1913 Chicago Cubs Baseball Players Archer and Bridwell Photo

1913 Chicago Cubs Baseball Players Archer and Bridwell Photo

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  • 1913 Chicago Cubs Baseball Players Archer and Bridwell Photo 1913 Chicago Cubs Baseball Players Archer and Bridwell Photo

1913 Chicago Cubs Baseball Players Archer and Bridwell Photo

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Photograph of baseball players Al Bridwell and Jimmy Archer of the Chicago Cubs team. Photo dates to 1913.

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Photograph of baseball players Al Bridwell and Jimmy Archer of the Chicago Cubs team. Photo dates to 1913.

About the Players

Jimmy Archer
James Patrick Archer (May 13, 1883 – March 29, 1958) was an Irish-born catcher in Major League Baseball who spent nearly his entire career with four National League teams, primarily the Chicago Cubs, for whom he played from 1909 to 1917. Born in Dublin, he also played for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1904, the American League's Detroit Tigers in 1907, and the Pirates, Brooklyn Robins and Cincinnati Reds in 1918. As a catcher, he could remain squatting and still throw out runners attempting to steal second base due to his unique arm strength, which became his trademark, acquired from the healing of burns that shortened his muscles[1] after an industrial accident in which Archer fell into a vat of boiling sap at the age of 19.

Al Bridwell
Albert Henry Bridwell (January 4, 1884 in Friendship, Ohio - January 23, 1969 in Portsmouth, Ohio) was an American shortstop in Major League Baseball who played for the a number of teams in the early 20th century, most notably the New York Giants, when the team was managed by John McGraw. Bridwell hit the single which caused the crucial "Merkle boner" running error of the 1908 season against the Chicago Cubs. The error ended up costing the Giants the pennant. He batted left-handed, and threw right-handed.

Source: wikipedia.org

Additional Information

Filter by Photo Date: 1910-1919
Print Sizes 8x10, 5x7, 16x20, 17x22, 24x36, Canvas (16x20), Canvas (17x22), Canvas (24x30)
Photo Dimensions: No
Paper Dimensions: No

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