Paul "Daffy" Dean pitched alongside his brother "Dizzy" Dean for the incomparable St. Louis Cardinals Gashouse Gang from 1934 through 1939. Dean disliked the the nickname "Daffy" because it was coined by sports reporters as a cute counter to his brother "Dizzy" Dean. Baseball historians agree that the performance of the Dean brothers, particularly in world series play, have made them worthy of memory. Daffy Dean became a minor league manager after his playing career ended with the St. Louis Cardinals. After retirement, Daffy Dean spent his time as a farmer and rancher in Arkansas.
This Paul Dean autograoh reproduction would look great in an album or display.