Buck Weaver Movies
Buck with Gene Doyle and Jim Scott This picture shows Buck with his brother-in-law Jim Scott and Gene Doyle (center) taken in Los Angeles, CA around 1913.
Buck warming up in 1912 This picture shows Buck warming up before a game in the Spring of 1912.
Buck receiving his silver bat and ball in 1913 This picture shows Buck sitting on the top step of the dugout shortly after receiving his batting trophy for 1913 (see Buck Weaver's 1913 Batting Title Trophy Bat link below for more detail).
Buck at home plate receiving his bat award This picture shows Buck at home plate with Kid Gleason opening the box that contained his silver bat trophy before a game in 1913.
Buck warming up along side Ray Schalk This picture shows Buck warming up before a game in the Spring of 1913 with Ray Schalk at his side.
Buck fires one in from first base This picture shows Buck during infield practice playing first base....go figure!!.
Another view of the picture above Just another view of ole Bucko playing first....for whatever reason.
Buck around 1912 This picture shows Buck sometime around 1912 or 1913.
Buck, Eddie Murphy and Pants Rowland This shot shows Buck Weaver, Eddie Murphy and manager Pants Rowland in 1915.
Buck and Billy Sullivan This shot shows Buck with Detroit Tiger Billy Sullivan before the start of a game in 1916.
Buck and that grin Classic shot of Buck and that ever present grin of his.
Buck Weaver and Swede Risberg This picture shows Buck and shortstop Swede Risberg during the Black Sox scandal trial in the Summer of 1921.
Buck Weaver and Swede Risberg Another shot of Buck and shortstop Swede Risberg during the Black Sox scandal trial in the Summer of 1921.
Buck applies tag during 1917 World Series This picture shows Buck trying to apply the tag to Giants Lew McCarty.
Buck tries again..... Another shot of Buck trying to apply a tag to a Giants base runner (Joe Jackson can been seen in deep left field...far left side of picture).
Buck Weaver's 1917 Championship Pin This is the front of Buck's 1917 World Champions pin, which he kept until the day he died.
Buck Weaver's 1917 Championship Pin This is the back of Buck's 1917 World Champions pin, which he kept until the day he died.
Swinging and running for first This shot was taken of Buck in 1916 and shows him heading for first after connecting with the pill.
Buck Weaver's 1913 Batting Title Trophy Bat It
is a 33" engraved metal trophy bat presented to George "Buck" Weaver in 1913, honoring
Weaver's accomplishments as the champion batsman for the Chicago White Sox that
season. On the barrel, within an ornately engraved periphery, is a beautifully etched
inscription that reads: "Presented by Frank Whitfield, To George Weaver, LEADING
BATSMAN, Chicago White Sox, AMERICAN LEAGUE, Season 1915, Average .272."
Close-up of the 1913 Trophy bat The trophy bat, along with his 1917
World Championship pin, a small group of photographs, and several 1914 World Tour
items, were the only mementos Weaver chose to save.
Buck Weaver postcard This is a postcard from 1912 that features Buck.
Buck swinging the bat This picture was taken of Buck in 1916.....Buck is showing of his batting style for the photographer. He just
happens to be using Shoeless Joe Jackson's bat in this photo. Buck collected bats from various players thoughout his career and amassed quite a collection
over the years. He would trade different items with other players for their bats.
Buck warming up in 1916 This picture shows Buck warming up before a game in 1916, notice the holes Buck has cut in his cap to keep his head cool. This was
a common practice among players of the day as a way to keep cool while wearing those heavy wool uniforms.
Close up of Buck This is a close up of Buck taken in front of the dugout in 1916. By the look of his cap, it is early in the season, since
Buck has not yet cut air holes in the cap.
Another great shot of Buck Buck shows off his fielding style......a style much respected by the great Ty Cobb..... Cobb once said "Buck Weaver is the only man
I will not bunt against....." Buck was not always a slick fielding third baseman.....in fact early in his career playing shortstop he was known as "Error-a-day Weaver". Later in his
career though he was a very good fielding third baseman.
Buck around 1919 This is yet another close-up of Buck around 1919....with that ever present trademark smile of his. You rarely ever see a picture of Buck without that
wonderful smile of his.
Buck, Babe Ruth and Douglas Fairbanks This picture was taken during the winter of 1919 - 1920 and shows Buck with his friend Babe Ruth and with actor Douglas Fairbanks. Photo was
taken in Hollywood.
Two Bucks This picture was taken in 1920 in California and shows Buck roughhousing with cowboy actor Buck Jones.
Buck, his wife Helen, and comedian Al St. John This photo was taken in 1920 and shows Buck with his wife Helen as they visit comedian Al St. John in Hollywood.
Buck during Spring Training, 1920 This picture was taken in 1920, while Buck was visiting the Chicago Cubs Spring Training camp in California. Third from the right in this photo is
the cowboy actor Buck Jones. Buck reported late to the Sox training camp that year.
Buck in 1915 Buck is pictured here with his brother-in-law (former Sox pitcher Jim Scott), along with Cook sisters (left to right) Harriet, Annette, Marie, Vesta and Helen. They were a part
of the vaudeville act called the American Girl Quartet. The Helen in this picture is Buck's wife.
Buck in front of the Sphinx This picture was taken during the World Tour of 1914 that matched the New York Giants against the Chicago White Sox. Buck is seated on the left, with that big smile of his.
Buck and Helen This picture of Buck and Helen was taken in the winter of 1945.
Buck and Sandy Buck with his Irish setter, "Sandy" taken in the 1950's......yeap...he's still got that smile!
Another shot of Buck warming up in 1916 Here he is again......warming up in 1916....by the look of his hat....it's still early in the season....since Buck hasn't
cut any air holes in his cap to keep his head cool.
Buck around 1917 This is a close up of Buck taken around 1917 in front of the dugout.
Buck and gang during batting practice Buck is pictured here, along with (from left to right) Shoeless Joe Jackson, Swede Risberg, Eddie Collins, Edward Murphy, Shano Collins, Ray Schalk and
The Ginger Kid himself.
Buck during 1917 Picture of Buck hold his bat. This picture was taken for the famous Comiskey's Champion White Sox of 1917 poster print. The poster was a composite of all the players to look like a team photo, which
in reality was taken of individual players and then pasted together to look like a team picture.
Buck around 1927 This picture shows Buck around 1927 playing in an outlaw league for Hammond, Indiana....... Buck did not play much in outlaw games, but every now and then he just had to hit the ole diamond........
just to get that feeling again. Buck was 37 years old when this picture was taken.......
Cycle Cigarettes Buck Weaver card This is the front side of a Cycle Cigarettes baseball card of Buck Weaver around 1912.
just to get that feeling again.
Back of Cycle Cigarettes Buck Weaver card This is the back side of the card above......they speak highly of ole Buck.
Buck's autograph This is Buck's autograph given to some fan in February of 1950.
1913 Fatima White Sox team card This is the Fatima 1913 White Sox team card, Buck is the first player on the left (middle row).
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