Johnny Sain was a quality pitcher who won 20 games in four different seasons with the Boston Braves from 1946 to 1950. Traded to the New York Yankees in mid-1951, Sain gradually transitioned from decent spot starter to valuable full-time closer by 1954. Sain must have learned a thing or two about pitching along the way, because after he retired from active duty in 1955 with the Kansas City Athletics, he went on to become the best pitching coach ever in the game.
While the Johnny Sain signature is not fully there and hard to read, this glove came from the 40's. This wallet is tall and has room for sure. There are two top load card pockets on each side plus the entire sides are open for much more than cards. In addition, there is a full depth cash slot as well. This great old baseball leather wallet measures 5" by 3" for those that want a taller and slim profile