This red matted photo collage has three defining photos of Pepper Martin. There is a text box that says Pepper Martin 1928, 1930-1940, 1944 "Known as the "Wild Horse of the Osage" for his rough-and-tumble style of play, Martin epitomized the spirit of the Gashouse Gang. He was named to four All-Star teams and was the first batter in All-Star Game history, leading off the Inaugural Mid-Season Classic in 1933. Martin's World Series average of .418 ranks first in team history, though he batted in just two Fall Classics, He still ranks first in doubles (7); second in hits (23), runs (14) and stolen bases (7); and fourth in total bases (35). He batted over .300 in seven seasons and led the NL in stolen bases three times. Inducted in 2017 ." His number '1' sits above the text box.