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Old 07-05-2010, 07:55 AM
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GREAT idea Mike. Would look awesome framed w a stadium pic or a couple autographs, etc.
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How many people can say that they have a ticket (same seat location) to the first and last game at a stadium for their favorite team?
That is so cool! Can you post scans?
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Default Autographed 500th Homerun tickets

I collect signed 500th Homerun tickets here is what I have so far. Need Sheff and Manny to do a signing
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Default Jim "Catfish" Hunter full, unused perfect game ticket

One of my personal favorites from my no-hit ticket collection is this full, unused ticket from Catfish Hunter's perfect game on May 8th, 1968. Very few people attended this game (attendance 6298- lowest ever in a perfect game), making any example of this ticket scarce. Finding a full, unused ticket was insanely difficult as I am only aware that two exist in the hobby! I found mine about 6-8 years ago in a major auction.
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Old 07-09-2010, 03:26 PM
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Wow! That's a pretty fine 500 HR ticket collection that you have going there. Very nice!

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That is a real nice one Scott!
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Scott, that Catfish Hunter perfect game ticket is sweet! Catfish was always one of my favorite players.
I've been meaning to ask you about your no hit ticket collection. Sounds like you have quite a few. Besides the obvious "very old tickets", are there any more recent tickets that you've had a hard time finding (lack of attendance, etc)? Just curious.
Also, did anyone get a chance over the 4th of July weekend to see the MLB channel and their show about perfect games. It was pretty good, but what made it real interesting, at least for me, was something I didn't realize. I'm watching as Tom Browning throws a perfect game and who catches the last out...Paul O'neil...and there he is again as both Wells and Cone throw perfect-o's. How unusual that one player would participate in 3 no hitters, let alone perfect games.
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Default Scarce no-hitter and perfect game tickets

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Scott, that Catfish Hunter perfect game ticket is sweet! Catfish was always one of my favorite players.
I've been meaning to ask you about your no hit ticket collection. Sounds like you have quite a few. Besides the obvious "very old tickets", are there any more recent tickets that you've had a hard time finding (lack of attendance, etc)? Just curious.
Also, did anyone get a chance over the 4th of July weekend to see the MLB channel and their show about perfect games. It was pretty good, but what made it real interesting, at least for me, was something I didn't realize. I'm watching as Tom Browning throws a perfect game and who catches the last out...Paul O'neil...and there he is again as both Wells and Cone throw perfect-o's. How unusual that one player would participate in 3 no hitters, let alone perfect games.
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Thanks! I always liked Catfish as well.

Great question! Since baseball attendance is up over the last 20-25 years there aren't many recent no-hitter and perfect game tickets that I would call scarce, but there are a few. Here are some that I believe are a challenge to find:

Mike Witt's perfect game (season ticket) on 9/30/84 at Texas
Joe Cowley's no-no on 9/19/86 at Anaheim
Mark Langston, Mike Witt combo no-hitter 4/11/90 at Anaheim
Kent Mercker, Mark Wohlers, Pena combo no-hitter 9/11/91 at Atlanta
Anabal Sanchez (season ticket) 9/6/06 at Miami

BTW, I'm still missing a few from the 1960's and 1970's for my collection. Because I don't own them already, I know these are tough to find. I would love to locate these and would pay a finders fee to anyone that can help me locate them:

Ken Johnson 4/23/64 at Houston
Dave Morehead 9/16/65 at Boston
Don Wilson 6/18/67 at Houston
Ray Washburn 9/18/68 at SF
Bill Stoneman 4/17/69 at Philadelphia
Don Wilson 5/1/69 at Cincinnati
Jim Palmer 8/13/69 at Baltimore
Vida Blue 9/21/70 at Oakland
Bill Stoneman (2nd) 10/2/72 at Montreal
Steve Busby (1st) 4/27/73 at Detroit
Phil Niekro 8/5/73 at Atlanta
Jim Colborn 5/14/77 at Kansas City

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Default I collect Pedro Martinez win tickets with Boston

All of course are modern but here are some:

World Series 2004 Game 3



1 hitter at Yankee Stadium with 17 k's and only 1 ball in fair territory after the 5th inning



The 6 no hit innings in Game 5 against Cleveland in 1999



1998 play-off opening win over Cleveland

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Old 07-14-2010, 10:22 AM
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Default Babe Ruth 1930's Autographed ticket stub


I would be willing to part with this for the right price
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Old 07-14-2010, 03:47 PM
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The two greatest games in Mets history - Full tickets.
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Just out of curiousity, what kind of provenance do you have on that stub? Has it ever been submitted to any major authentication company?
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Just out of curiousity, what kind of provenance do you have on that stub? Has it ever been submitted to any major authentication company?
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Hi,

I just joined this site. I was googling for perfect game tickets. I am looking for Len Barker's, Mike Witt's, Catfish Hunter's and Larsen's tickets. Here is what I have so far.

Bunning



Browning


Martinez


Rogers


Wells


Cone


Johnson


Braden


Halladay
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Old 09-17-2010, 11:30 AM
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100 yr old NY Giants stub
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These are from the game (9/12/10) that likely marked the last battle between legendary managers Bobby Cox and Tony La Russa. I had four of tix signed last weekend - gave two to a friend and kept two for myself.

Notice that the seat numbers correspond to their uniform numbers: 6 (Cox) and 10 (La Russa).
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I am drooling over the game 6 full ticket. If you ever want to sell it let me know.

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Anybody here ever seen this ticket? Actually, that's a silly question, because the answer is almost certainly "no," so let me rephrase--does anybody have any information on the event? The consignor is a friend of ours, and we're confident it's vintage to the period, but we can find no info on the event:

http://sports.ha.com/common/view_ite...&LotIdNo=80003
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Old 10-05-2010, 05:48 PM
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Jonathan,
The date, style and information printed on this gives me the impression that it is from an unidentified barnstorming exhibition game following the 1916 baseball season, FWIW. As I'm sure you are well aware, Ruth and other baseball players from the era would play in barnstorming games after the regular season ended. This was a way that players could substantially add to their yearly earnings.
BTW, Boston had just won their 2nd consecutive World Series Championship in 1916 when this game was played. Ruth was arguably the best pitcher in baseball in 1916. Babe Ruth, in his World Series debut had a 14 -inning victory in the longest and one of the most exiting World Series games ever played.
Ruth would have probably pitched in this exhibition game since he had not fully transitioned into a position player at this point in his career.
I'm sorry that I can't offer any more clues as to the specifcs of this particular game, but perhaps one of the other members can help with identifying it.
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Scott,

Thanks for your response. We came to the same conclusion as you, but obviously we'd love to be able to help our consignor out a bit more with some reference in a local newspaper or a similar bit of documentation. The libraries in the area we've contacted have come up empty though. We don't doubt the legitimacy of the ticket whatsoever, but it would be cool to provide our bidders with a few more details. But, again, I appreciate your comments and agree with them completely.
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Thanks for your response. We came to the same conclusion as you, but obviously we'd love to be able to help our consignor out a bit more with some reference in a local newspaper or a similar bit of documentation. The libraries in the area we've contacted have come up empty though. We don't doubt the legitimacy of the ticket whatsoever, but it would be cool to provide our bidders with a few more details. But, again, I appreciate your comments and agree with them completely.
If you have a copy of The Year Babe Ruth Hit 104 Home Runs by Bill Jenkinson, there could be some information in it that will help you. BTW, an outstanding book that furthered my respect and support of Ruth as the greatest ever.

The author scoured every source imaginable, and referenced many barnstorming events in the book. I hope you find it in there; I gave my copy away otherwise I'd check for you.
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I was at that WS game; only one I ever got to go see in person. So far. Though living in L.A. it is a pretty safe bet that I am in no danger of seeing another WS game in person any time soon
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Here are my three favorite. While Army has been on the losing side of the Notre Dame rivalry, Ive always respected the matchup.

- The 1928 stub is the famous "Win one for the Gipper" Game. (I still feel my stub should have come back a PSA 4)
- The 1930 full is from Rockne's last season and last game against Army.
- The 1946 full is one of the first "Game of the Century" games with #1 vs #2. Army was National Champions that year, dont tell me otherwise.
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The first of three games in 1976 that the White Sox wore the shorts uniform.
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The first of three games in 1976 that the White Sox wore the shorts uniform.
Mike,
It seems to me that you own one of the CWS shorts uni's that you mentioned. Do you mind posting some photos of it for those that haven't seen them before? They are pretty unique.
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The famous Rangers quote from their Stanley Cup year "now we can die happy" 54 year drought ended,,,
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Great run of Ramgers tickets!
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It seems to me that you own one of the CWS shorts uni's that you mentioned. Do you mind posting some photos of it for those that haven't seen them before? They are pretty unique.
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Only pair of shorts worn by a Hall of Famer and he picked up his only save of 1976 wearing these.
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Awesome! Thanks Mike!
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I'm a big fan of the 1970's Braves Team.
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1938 Atlanta Crackers vs Nashville Vols, 1940's Nashville Vols...
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I love the Feller homecoming ticket!
Please let me know if you would ever consider selling it.
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Scott...Thanks for the offer , I will remember it. I really do like that ticket and have always wonderd if there are any photos of that day and game.
The tour ticket pictures a young Eddie Mathews. The WS ticket is for game 7 of the series that sadly, for White Sox fans, did not take place. Front office guy Don Unferth had a group of these in his desk drawer.
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1912 Chicago Cubs vs Pittsburgh Pirates
Double play: Joe Tinker to Johnny Evers to Heinie Zimmerman. This was the last year of the greatest double play trio in history. Chance only played in 2 games for the year of 1912.

1936 Philadelphia Athletics vs New York Yankees (DH)
Game 1: Lou Gehrig (2HRs #415 & #416, #37 & #38 of 49 for the year), Joe DiMaggio (HR #19 of career, double)

1954 Detriot Tigers vs. Baltimore Orioles
First Game of the Baltimore Orioles (was St. Louis Browns). Frank Bolling debut

1978 Pete Rose 3000th Hit
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Just picked this up over the weekend. It's actually 2 tickets, held together by the remnants of a staple (hence the rust marks). Last year of the Crackers, visiting Buffalo.
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Here are a few Kansas City ones.
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I tried to post some of mine, but my damn IPhone won't allow me to upload pics for some reason. Does anyone on this thread have the any of the following for sale:

Undated Yankees Grandstand or Bleacher tickets from 1923-1969

If so, email me at patgeroni@gmail.com

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Old 06-26-2015, 08:17 AM
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Mike Piazza first major league game and first hit.



Edgar Martinez first major league game.



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Orioles No-Hitter in Oakland (1991) in which four pitchers contributed to the effort (Bob Milacki, Mark Williamson, Mike Flanagan & Gregg Olson), signed by all:


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A full sheet of four tickets to the NY Rangers Stanley Cup Championship Round in 1994.
Not a souvenir printing , these are actual tickets.
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1957 Opening Day and Last day, NY Giants home games at the Polo Grounds.
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Nice ducats Richard!
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Here's the season ticket version of the ticket from Johan Santana's 2012 no-hitter against St. Louis, the first no-no in Mets' history.



The team later offered reprints of these tickets - I believe season ticket holders got reprints of the tickets for their seats free, plan holders could buy reprints at a reduced rate, and the general public could buy them for $50 (I think) apiece. The Mets said the reprints would be exactly the same as the originals, but when I received mine I noticed the line "Season Ticket" did not appear on the reprint.

Ironically, Mets' season tickets are usually issued in a spiral-bound book, in strips of four, but in 2012 they were issued in shrinkwrapped bricks of individual tickets. Had 2012 season tickets been issued spiral-bound, it would have been easier to distinguish reprints because the originals would have had perforations on one or two sides, whereas the reprints have straight edges on all sides.

And speaking of reprints... here's a "souvenir commemorative" ticket to Roy Halladay's perfect game against the Florida Marlins, May 29, 2010. The Marlins sold tickets to the seats that went unsold for the actual game as souvenirs after the fact. Unfortunately, they charged the actual ticket price for the reprints, instead of a nominal reduced rate. So this ticket cost me $16.00 plus fees and such.



Note the A10JUN0 date in the lower left corner - this indicates the date the ticket was printed (6/10/10), proving this ticket was printed AFTER the game and thus is a "souvenir commemorative" ticket and not an actual ticket that was used, or could have been used, to attend the game. So at least it'll be easy to identify "real" tickets from these "souvenirs."

Fortunately, I knew I wasn't buying anything that would wind up being valuable - I did it for fun - but I wonder how many of these were sold after the fact, presumably to people who thought they were getting something good.
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I scanned it to see if I had already posted it, but i don't see it.

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I scanned it to see if I had already posted it, but i don't see it.

Very cool..that one has long been on my shopping list.
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Default Ted Williams-Cleveland pass

Not quite a ticket, but this pass was my holy grail for quite some time....

1960 Indians season pass-the splendid splinter hit 29 homers in his final season with 5 of them against the Indians on their home turf. Among the 5 were Ted's #500, and #513 to pass Mel Ott who at the time stood only behind Babe Ruth and Jimmie Foxx.

Very happy to finally have this one in the collection!
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