TED DOUBLE DUTY RADCLIFFE AUTOGRAPHED NEGRO LEAGUE 8X10 PHOTO SIGNED IN BLUE. Theodore Roosevelt "Double Duty" Radcliffe (July 7, 1902 – August 11, 2005)
Playing for more than 30 teams, Radcliffe had more than 4,000 hits and 400 home runs, won about 500 games and had 4,000 strike outs. He played as a pitcher and a catcher became a manager, and in his old age became a popular ambassador for the game.
Ted earned the nickname "Double Duty" because Radcliffe played as a catcher and as a pitcher in the successive games of a 1932 Negro League World Series between the Pittsburgh Crawfords and the Monroe Monarchs In the first of the two games Radcliffe caught the pitcher Satchel Paige for a shotout and then pitched a shutout in the second game.
This photo has a GLOBAL GAI Numbered Sticker and a Matching Certificate of Authenticity and is regestered online and has a money back guarantee.