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Extractions: AUCTIONS Example of auction Boudreau, Lou Louis Boudreau, born in 1917 in Illinois, was a world-famous MLB player and manager. Boudreau played basketball and baseball throughout high school and college and was even captain of both teams at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign when he was invited to play professional. He was given an undisclosed sum of money by the general manager of the Cleveland Indians to convince him to play for the team after his graduation, but his father complained to the Big Ten Conference and Boudreau was deemed ineligible for college sports. He spent his final two years at Illinois playing pro basketball in the NBA. After graduation, Boudreau did, in fact, join the Indians in 1938 and remained with the team until 1951. During this period, he earned seven All-Star selections, the 1948 American League MVP title, and a World Series Championship. It was with the Indians that Boudreau helped stop Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hitting streak in 1941. After this season, he was invited to serve as a player-manager of the team at only 25 years old. From 1942 to 1950 he served as this capacity, even managing the team throughout World War II. In 1951 Boudreau joined the Boston Red Sox as player, but he retired from playing in 1952 and became the team’s manager until 1954. He also managed the Kansas City Athletics and the Chicago Cubs before retiring after the 1960 season. Boudreau was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1970 and passed away in 2001.
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Extractions: Frankfort, Illinois Batted: Right Threw: MLB debut Last MLB appearance Career statistics Batting average Hits Runs batted in Teams As player As manager Career highlights and awards Member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Louis "Lou" Boudreau (July 17, 1917, in Harvey, Illinois – August 10, 2001) was an American Major League Baseball player and manager . He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1970. He was also a radio announcer for the Chicago Cubs of the National League In 1948, he won the American League Most Valuable Player Award and managed the Cleveland Indians to the World Series title. Boudreau was an eight-time All Star Game selection, starting three times. He won the 1944 AL
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Extractions: Click Here to Return To Main HOF Portrait Page NOTE: Item below is NOT FOR SALE - please click here to view available inventory Lou Boudreau (b. July 17, 1914 - d. August 10, 2001) Both as a fielder and a hitter, Boudreau was one of the game's great shortstops. He was named Cleveland's player-manager in 1942 at age 24. In 1948, he led the club to the AL pennant, hitting .355, scoring 116 runs, while driving in 106, easily capturing the AL MVP Award. Boudreau led AL shortstops in fielding eight times. As manager, he won 1,162 games. Inducted in 1970 1956 Rodeo Meats Athletics Lou Boudreau PSA 5 EX Click Image to Zoom Click Image to Zoom Comments: This card is actually a 1956 version. PSA mislabeled the holder. It is the highest graded example to date. Slight corner wear and some staining, Card Details Below: Year(s): ACC Set Designation: Set Name: Rodeo Meats Country: United States Description: