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Paul Schramka Autographed 1977 Fritsch One Year WinnesBaseball Card #14
Great looking autographed autographed baseball card of former Chicago Cub...Paul Schramka..DECEASED.
This is a nice looking autographed baseball card, which I had in my own personal collection. Over the past 30 years, I have accumulated a number of autographed baseball and football cards and now I am beginning to part with a few duplicates.
Great looking autographed baseball card signed with a blue Sharpie.
We have acquired these autographed cards either in person, thru the mail or as part of large autograph collection purchases.
In most cases the autographed cards that we have are in excellent condition. If for some reason, you purchase an autographed baseball card and are not satisfied with the condition, you can return it in the same original condition for a full refund.
We are putting together our own autographed card sets for our personal collection and these in inventory are duplicates. We intend on someday obtaining the other cards that we don't have in our own personal collection. The sale of any of these autographed cards will go back into financing our own autographed set collections.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia...
Paul Edward Schramka (March 22, 1928 – July 8, 2019) was an American professional baseball left fielder in Major League Baseball. Schramka signed as a free agent in 1949 with the Chicago Cubs and played with the team at the Major League level in 1953 before playing minor league ball in the Cubs' system. Later in 1953, future Hall of Famer Ernie Banks joined the Cubs and wore the number vacated by Schramka, number 14.
Schramka was born to parents Eugene and Rose, and had two younger brothers, Gene and Tom. His parents were funeral directors, as was his grandfather, an immigrant of Polish-German descent.
Schramka played collegiate baseball at the University of Notre Dame and the University of San Francisco. Schramka was inducted into the University of San Francisco Sports Hall of Fame in 1973. While playing baseball for the Dons of USF, he was coached by Pete Newell. He served in the 4th Infantry Division during the Korean War from October 1950 to October 1952.
After ending his professional baseball career, Schramka returned to the family business, working as a funeral director in Milwaukee. He died on July 8, 2019.
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