Tremendous baseball content makes this rare correspondence one of the most desirable of the slim supply of Johnson letters. The Big Train discusses how he got his nickname on this letter on The Benjamin Franklin hotel stationery. Johnson opens by discussing the prospects of the Indians season.
He mentions the team being a little young and lacks experience but we should be better the next couple of years. The letter gains steam when Johnson addresses how he earned his Big Train nickname. The Hall of Famer says it was famed sports writer Grantland Rice who bestowed the catchy phrase to his likeness.
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