1921 Player’s contract for Thomas Rogers signed by Rogers, Yankees owner T.L. Huston, A.L. President Ban Johnson, and Huggins as a witness. Rogers finished his brief major league career in 1921 when he pitched in 5 late-season contests with the Yankees, helping them to their first-ever pennant. They then lost their first world series in an eight-game contest, five to three, against the cross-town rival NY Giants. Rogers appeared in game three, pitching four outs of a 13-5 loss in what would be his final big league appearance. He would die in 1936 at the age of just 44 thereby giving him the unenviable distinction of being the first member of this storied Yankees team to pass and thus accounting for his autograph’s irrefutable rarity (this is the first we have offered!). If you are interested in more information about the
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