Pie Traynor
(b. November 11, 1899 - d. March 16, 1972)
Pie Traynor earned his way into the Hall of Fame as the best fielding third baseman of his era. A career .320 hitter for Pittsburgh, he hit .300 or better 10 times and had more than 100 RBI seven times. He was selected in 1969 as a member of the all-time team for baseball's centennial. Pie had 1,273 career RBI and 1,183 runs.
Inducted in 1948
1926 M101-7 Sporting News Supplements Pie Traynor BGS 2.5 G-VG
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Year(s): 1926
ACC Set Designation: M101-7
Set Name: Sporting News Supplements
Country: United States
Description: This set of 11 player photos was issued as a post-World Series weekly supplement by the Sporting News in 1926. Sepia-toned portrait of posed photos are featured on the 7" X 10" supplements. The player's name and team are printed at the bottom, while a line identifying The Sporting News and the date appear in upper left corner. The unnumbered set includes a half-dozen Hall of Famers. A large-format (10" X 14") team photo of the 1926 Yankees was issued Oct. 28, 1926, a week preceding the start of issue for these weekly supplments.