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NO WORLDWIDE SALES!! Beautifully framed 1949 Memphis Red Sox team photo with Joe B. Scott signature. Although the photo appears to be in excellent condition, there is some light moisture staining and light wrinkling on extreme right side top to bottom (check photo). The original pen signed signature has been traced over with a blue sharpie. The photo is from the Memphis area.Large photo, overall size is 18 x 22, image size is 15 x 18. Non-wood frame, the glazing is glass. A very nice piece of baseball and Memphis history. Ready to go! From the Memorabilia Store in Lakeland Tennessee (Memphis Area) now closed. Memphis Red Sox From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Memphis Red Sox were a professional Negro League baseball team based in Memphis, Tennessee from the 1920s until the end of segregated baseball. The Red Sox played in the Negro National League for most of the League's existence, although they also played independently, and in the Negro Southern League, before becoming charter members of the new Negro American League in 1937. The team did not perform as well in the new league as its roster would suggest. For the greater part of its history the team was owned by J. B. Martin and B.B. Martin of Memphis, brothers who both maintained dental practices and other business enterprises. The brothers built Martin Park on Crump Boulevard for their club, making the Red Sox one of the few clubs in the Negro Leagues with their own ballpark. [edit] Notable players Larry Brown Marlin Carter Bill Foster Joe "Prince" Henry Larry LeGrande Verdell Mathis Buck O'Neil[1] Charley Pride Ted "Double Duty" Radcliffe Neil Robinson Joe B. Scott Satchel Paige Shipping is FREE which includes a tracking number. Canadian residents higher. Please request invoice on multiple purchases before paying so you can receive your shipping discount! Be sure to add me to your favorites list! Check out my other items! You may combine multiple purchases to save on shipping!! Thanks for looking!! Powered by Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.  On Mar-21-11 at 06:13:07 PDT, seller added the following information:    Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE! Â

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