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National Players Of The Week feature one player with 4 homers in one game, a pitcher with 16 strikeouts, another with a 1-hitter and one batter who was 5-for-5 in one game with 7 RBI as he hit for the cycle, plus more.
it appears to be a championship ring that he is wearing; could be his 1951 National League championship ring or possibly his 1954 World Series Ring.
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great photo of him; and in the background; you can see the grandstands inside the Polo Grounds.
Leo was manager of the New York Giants from 1948 thru 1955; thus dating this piece.