Celebrate one of the great managers in baseball history with this scarce Miller Huggins signed photo cut. A slick fielder and savvy lead-off man during his playing days, Huggins parlayed his superior baseball knowledge into 1,400+ wins as a manager of first the St. Louis Cardinals and then the New York Yankees. Under his guidance the "Bronx Bombers" emerged as Major League Baseball's greatest super-power, winning 6 AL pennants and 3 World Series championships, including the "Murderer's Row" squad of 1927. One of his great strategic moves came when the team was struggling in 1925, with the replacement of Wally Pipp by the immortal Lou Gehrig. Like his superstar first baseman, Huggins suffered a premature demise when he succumbed to the illness pyaemia as the 1929 season was coming to a close.
Huggins long-ago passing has led to his autograph being ranked among the very toughest the sports memorabilia hobby has to offer. This PSA/DNA certified Authentic autograph gives devoted Hall of Fame signature seekers a chance to plug a major hole. Huggins is seen looking quite dapper in a distinguished newspaper type photo clipping of him wearing a smart fedora hat, that is adhered to an index card cut. Applied across the top of the photo, Huggins' signature shows distinct ("9") quality, sure to please the most discerning collectors.