Lou Boudreau Wilson S.K.10 Wilson Brand Glove Wallet
In 1942, the Cleveland Indians chose their slow-footed, hard-hitting, slick-fielding 24-year-old shortstop Lou Boudreau to become player-manager of the ballclub. In his seventh season at the helm, he led the Indians to a World Series title. Perhaps the best shortstop of the 1940s and a great defensive player and batting champion, in that glorious season he also led by example, hitting .355 with 106 runs batted in. He did not have such a season again, but then again, not many people do.
This wallet measures 3.5" by 5" and has 6 roomy top load horizontal card pockets and a full length cash shot.