Arthur “Lefty” Goldfeder

His .760 batting average was the highest in Windy City League competition. A Chicago American Hall of Famer in center and left field, his total hits record stood for 14 years until ’48. He was 66 for the first 100 at bats in his rookie WC season in 1934. Played for Hannin Did Its, and Adducci’s. The best chop hitter in the game.. rarely thrown out on grounders to the pitcher.. .due to his speed. He started at Logan Square Ball Park. Played on the Judge Ellars, and the Six Pointers who were the Chicago American City Champs from ’33 to ’35. The finals were held at Wrigley Field. Played for the top industrial team in ’38. Born in 1911.

Join us October 29, 2022

26th Annual Hall of Fame Inductee Dinner, at the Drury Lane Oakbrook

 

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