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Joe McGinnity and Christy MathewsonDownload nowEnlargeShow similar images

Title: Joe McGinnity and Christy Mathewson

Description: Former New York Giants baseball players and National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees, Joe McGinnity (Joseph Jerome McGinnity; 1871-1929) (Right) and Christy Mathewson (Christopher Mathewson; 1880-1925) (Left) with their manager and fellow National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee, "Little Napoleon" John McGraw (John Joseph McGraw; 1873-1934) (Center). Mcginnity played professional baseball for four teams from (1899-1908), while collecting a career record of (246-142) with an earned run average (E.R.A) of 2.66 and 1,068 strikeouts (K). Mathewson played professional baseball from 1900-1916 while amassing a career record of (373-188) with a lifetime earned run average (E.R.A) of 2.13 and 2,502 strikeouts (K). McGraw played professional baseball from 1891-1906 and amassed a career lifetime batting average (BA) of .334, while stealing 436 bases and scoring 1,024 runs. McGraw won a World Series Championship while with the 1904 New York Giants and was elected into Cooperstown in 1937;

Category: Sports

Topic: Baseball

Keywords: American baseball players, MLB players, pitchers, National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductees, New York Giants players, Baltimore Orioles players, Brooklyn Superbas players, Irish American athletes, Irish American baseball players, baseball managers, baseball coaches, baseball, sports, Baltimore Orioles players, third basemen, St. Louis Cardinals players, Cincinnati Reds players, vaudeville performers, United States Army officers, World War I Veterans, Bucknell University alumni, Bucknell University graduates

Orientation: Portrait

Dimensions: 1200 x 1619 (1.94 MPixels) (1.35)

Print Size: 10.2 x 13.7 cm; 4.0 x 5.4 inches

File Size: 5.59 MB (5,859,206 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000301846

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection


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