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Hutch glove

Postby MAD BRAD » January 15th, 2011, 12:10 pm

E-bay purchase hutch fielders glove double tunnel glove, name is hard to read, craft? think its late 40s early 50s fingers are not laced together pro model oil treated. has a name in ink across the lower pocket. Bought it any way, it is in good shape has the hutch label black/red in one piece, nice button split finger glove 16.00 shipped . It has its hutch built on thumb, really cool glove soft leather no holes or rips is this a good one !!!! MB
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Re: Hutch glove e-bay purchase

Postby BretMan » January 15th, 2011, 2:34 pm

Most likely Harry Craft, the Cincinnati outfielder who played between 1937-1942. That would put your glove in the early 40's timeframe. Hutch was based in Cincinnati and seemed to sign a high number of Reds players to endorsement deals.
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Re: Hutch glove e-bay purchase

Postby MAD BRAD » January 15th, 2011, 3:42 pm

Thanks for info it is Harry Craft hard to make out certain light MB
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