This card features Osaka Tigers superstar Fumio Fujimura and was originally a first prize premium on a display sheet. Fumio Fujimura, affectionately known as "Mr. Tigers", was the heart and soul of the Osaka team from 1936 to 1958. A
third baseman, his lifetime batting average was exactly .300. Fujimura was known for his on-the-field intensity. Once, he and manager Kenjiro Matsuki (HOF) threw an umpire to the ground during a dispute over a strikeout. The resulting
suspension ended his consecutive games played streak at 1,014. Fujimura was Central League MVP in 1949. He was elected to six consecutive Best 9 teams and led the league in homers twice. In 1950, Fujimura batted .362 with 39
homers, 146 RBI and 100 walks over a 140 game season! His OBP was .465, and his OPS was a stratospheric 1.139! On this card, Fujimura is seen throwing from his third base position. Blank Backed.
Size: 5 5/8" x 8 7/8"
Condition: Would be Ex but the blank back contains extra paper and glue residue from having been mounted both on a display sheet, and later in a photo album.