For sale is a pencil signed 3X5 Index Card that has been autographed by Carl Fischer d. Left-hander Carl Fischer was signed by the Washington Senators. As an amateur free agent in 1930 and spent his first season in pro ball with the Cambridge Canners. Of the Eastern Shore League.
Carl went 7-5 while pitching 96 innings and appearing in 17 games. He would spend six more years in the minors before getting a shot at the big league hitters. Carl had four double-digit winning seasons in this six-year run with his best years coming in 1926 when he went 11-3 with a 3.33 ERA for the Scranton Miners.And the Manchester Blue Sox. In a split season and then went 1929 18-13 with a 3.74 ERA while pitching 248 innings for the Newark Bears.
Carl was 9-11 with Newark in 1930 when the Senators. Called him to Griffith Stadium. And he made his debut in the show on July 29. For his first look at major league hitters.
He only appeared in eight games this season, pitching just 33 innings, and went 1-1 with a 4.86 ERA. The Senators would finish second in the American League.
Eight games back of the Philadelphia Athletics. Carl was back with the Senators in 1931. And had a very good year, going 13-9 while pitching 191 innings but his team finished third, sixteen games back of the dynastic Athletics. Fischer was back with the 1932 Senators.And got off to a decent start, going 3-2 in 50 innings. He then was traded to the St.
The trade evidently did not set well with Carl and he went 3-7 with a 5.57 for the Browns. That totaled him out at 6-9 with a 5.36 ERA in 147 innings for the season. Carl would be sent back to the Senators. For Dick Coffman, the same player he was traded for in the first place.
On the very next day, December 14. Traded Carl along with Firpo Marberry. Fischer would spend until May 12.Club, winning 22 times and losing 26, having an average 4.70 ERA and appearing in 82 games, while pitching 390 innings. Then put him on a train to Comiskey Park. And the Chicago White Sox. Carl would finish out the season with the White Sox. At 5-5 with a 6.19 ERA and would spend the 1936 season back in the minors with St.
Paul, Kansas City and Buffalo. Carl must not have looked too bad as on September 9. Carl would lose his first decision with the Indians.
He was selected off waivers from Cleveland by his old team the Washington Senators. He quickly went to 4-5 with a 4.38 ERA for the Senators. And his seven-year tour of the big leagues was over. Fischer finished in the show with a 46-50 record and a 4.63 ERA while pitching 823 innings.
The autograph has been authenticated by James Spence G31058. Spence is one of the people that helped put PSA/DNA on the map.The item "Carl Fischer 1935 Tigers White Sox signed autographed 3X5 Index Card JSA" is in sale since Monday, November 14, 2011. This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Baseball-MLB\Index Cards". The seller is "miamisaul" and is located in Deerfield Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.