Lee Sussman Cartoonist, Cartoon Of Alan Trammell Of The Detroit Tigers

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Lee Sussman, Award Winning Cartoonist and Artist, Created a Personalized Cartoon Drawing Of Alan Trammell, Former Professional Baseball Shortstop and Hall Of Famer Of The Detroit Tigers, Titled, To My Very Good Friend Alan - In Fond Memories Of Spring Training, Framed and Signed By Lee Sussman.


Large, framed, personalized cartoon drawing By Lee Sussman, "To my perfect friend Alan, in fond memories of "Spring Training," Lee Sussman. Lee Sussman, An Award-Winning Cartoonist whose Drawings graced the Oakland Tribune Sports Pages For Over 35 Years, Died On Sunday, January 01/2012. The Emeryville Resident Was 94. Sussman's Cartoons Depicting Local College and Pro Football Teams, Baseball Teams and Basketball Teams appeared in The Tribune From 1946 Until His Retirement In 1983. Sussman was Inducted Into The PCL Hall Of Fame In 2008. "Cartooning was just something I loved to do, and I was lucky enough to make a decent living at it," Sussman told Former Tribune Columnist Dave Newhouse For a 2007 Article. "And it's nice to be recognized, an ego trip." Leland "Lee" Stanford Sussman was Born In San Francisco On July 27, 1917. Sussman Was a Self-Described "Sports Nut," who began working for an Advertising Agency In 1937. In 1939, Sussman Won a Competition To Draw a Comic Strip For The San Francisco Call-Bulletin Newspaper. After Spending Five Years In The Navy During World War II, The Tribune Hired Sussman as a Sports Cartoonist. He Created "The Lil' Acorn," The Oaks' Mascot That Year.

Alan Trammell, The Hall Of Famer and Detroit Tigers Former Professional Baseball Shortstop. His entire 20-Year Playing Career In MLB was with The Detroit Tigers. Trammell was an Exceptional Shortstop Known For His Defensive Skills, Quick Release, and Accurate Throws. He Formed The Longest Continuous Double-Play Combination In MLB History, Alongside His Double-Play Partner, Lou Whitaker. At The Plate, Trammell was One Of The Best Hitting Shortstops Of His Era, Winning Three Silver Slugger Awards. He was actively involved in Spring Training. His presence and wisdom benefit the young players, and he enjoys being around the game he loves. Trammell’s motto remains, “Something’s Better Than Nothing,” 

Item Code - VIS18B1235HWA

Width: 39 1/8''  Height: 29''  Depth: 3/4''  Weight: 5.200 kg

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