Danny Murphy was a quality Major Leaguer that would have been considered a star in his era. With a lifetime batting average just a hair under .300 and a member of several championship teams, Murphy was idolized by fans and a favorite among his teammates. The offered image captures the popular player as he prepares to drive the ball deep into the outfield during the last years he spent with Philadelphia (pre-dates 1912 by the uniform collar). Aside from a chip on the lower left corner this is a nice image and of a rare deadball era subject.
Designation: Vintage 1
Overall Grade: 6.5/10