An exclusive presentation of Dick Perez Original Artworks from the upcoming supplement to the landmark award winning book, “The Immortals – An Art Collection of Baseball’s Best.”
Deacon White was one of the game’s top players during the early years of professional baseball. Considered the finest bare-handed catcher of his day. White led the American Association in batting with a .366 average in 1875. Two years later, his .387 mark was top in the National League. He also led the National League in RBI in both 1876 (60) and 1877 (49). White retired after the 1890 season with a .303 lifetime average.
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