Baseball player Fred Lindstrom of the National League's New York Giants, following through after swinging a baseball bat, standing on the field at Wrigley Field prior to game vs Chicago Cubs 1926 Photo SUMMARY
Informal portrait of baseball third baseman Fred Lindstrom of the National League's New York Giants, following through after swinging a baseball bat, standing on the field at Wrigley Field, located at 1060 West Addison Street and bounded by West Waveland Avenue, North Seminary Avenue, North Clark Street, and North Sheffield Avenue in the Lake View community area of Chicago, Illinois. SDN-065996, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago Historical Society.
Freddie Lindsrom made the Hall of Fame by hitting .311 lifetime and with his outstanding fielding at 3rd base. From 1926-1931, playing for the New York Giants, he posted six straight .300 seasons - .302, .306, .358, .319, .379, .300. Although his career was short - only ten years as a regular in 13 major league years, Lindstrom was a team leader and helped the Giants win the pennant in 1924. In that year's World Series, he lined 10 hits (.333), even though the Washington Senators won their first-ever World Series in seven games. Fred Lindstrom's lifetime: .311 BA, 1747 Hits in 1438 games, 301 doubles, 81 triples, 103 HRs, 895 Runs, 779 RBIs, .351 on-base-pct. baseballhistorian.com Archives