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Oscar Charleston
(b. October 14, 1896 - d. October 5, 1954)
Blessed with speed and power in abundance, center fielder Oscar Charleston is thought to many to be greatest of all Negro League players. Superb defensively, on offense he could both steal a base and hit a home run. In 1932, he became player-manager of the Pittsburgh Crawfords, whose lineup, including Charleston, featured five Hall of Famers. The team went 99-36 that year, and hit .363.
Inducted in 1976
2001 Fleer Stitches In Time Oscar Charleston #22 PSA 10 GEM-MINT
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Year(s): 2001
ACC Set Designation:
Set Name: Fleer Stitches In Time
Country: United States