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Bradley made his in 1899 with the Chicago Orphans. he played in Chicago for two seasons and moved to Cleveland to play in the American League where he stayed for ten years.
After the 1910 season, Bradley spent three seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs (pictured above) as a playing manager. He batted .294 with 13 triples and 8 home runs in 1911, and in 1912 the Toronto Maple Leafs team won the inaugural International League pennant with Bradley posting a .292 average with 17 triples. Following his stint at the Maple Leafs he went on to play for the Brooklyn Tip-Tops and the Kansas City Packers.
One of the best third basemen prior to 1950, Bill Bradley was an all around dominating force. He led the American League third basemen in fielding four times and was the first Cleveland baseball player to hit for the cycle. Photographed here with bat in hand, Bradley is a sight that will liven up your sports bar and add that little flair of sportsmanship that you have been missing.
This superb piece of artwork printed on high-end recycled paper boasts rich colors and high quality. Printed with museum level archival inks, this print is rated to resist fading for another 75 years ensuring your print won’t discolor over time.
Hand framed with 100% natural wood by our family of local artisans in Pelham Alabama, this high-quality frame is professionally finished with custom cut museum grade matting to ensure perfect proportions.
Backed with museum grade dust jacket, this frame comes with hooks and wire preinstalled and an outer edge measurement of 15.5 x 12.5 x 1 inches. This work of art is ready to be installed immediately.