Rip Collins, Chicago first baseman and former Cardinal, joined his old teammates in a burlesque of John Pepper Martin’s mudcat band in St. Louis, Sept. 30, 1938. Left to right: Stan Bordagaray, Bill McGee, Collins, and Pepper himself are dancing out a "tune" on their bats, while Bob Weiland (standing, rear) finds his glove sufficient.
Rip Collins, Chicago first baseman and former Cardinal, joined his old teammates in a burlesque of John Pepper Martin’s mudcat band in St. Louis, Sept. 30, 1938. Left to right: Stan Bordagaray, Bill McGee, Collins, and Pepper himself are dancing out a "tune" on their bats, while Bob Weiland (standing, rear) finds his glove sufficient. UNCREDITED AP file, 1938
Rip Collins, Chicago first baseman and former Cardinal, joined his old teammates in a burlesque of John Pepper Martin’s mudcat band in St. Louis, Sept. 30, 1938. Left to right: Stan Bordagaray, Bill McGee, Collins, and Pepper himself are dancing out a "tune" on their bats, while Bob Weiland (standing, rear) finds his glove sufficient. UNCREDITED AP file, 1938

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