Pepper Martin, the fast running rookie of the St. Louis Cardinals, plays along as a policeman pretends to reprimand Martin for speeding before Game 3 of the World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 5, 1931. Martin had seven career stolen bases in his Fall Classic career.
Pepper Martin, the fast running rookie of the St. Louis Cardinals, plays along as a policeman pretends to reprimand Martin for speeding before Game 3 of the World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 5, 1931. Martin had seven career stolen bases in his Fall Classic career. AP
Pepper Martin, the fast running rookie of the St. Louis Cardinals, plays along as a policeman pretends to reprimand Martin for speeding before Game 3 of the World Series against the Philadelphia Athletics at Shibe Park in Philadelphia, Pa., on Oct. 5, 1931. Martin had seven career stolen bases in his Fall Classic career. AP
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