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Old 07-02-2018, 02:54 PM
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Nice ticket Dave, congrats!
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Old 08-27-2018, 01:53 PM
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Default Gary Nolan

Mighty tough pitchers bat..

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Following the 1890 season, both the National League and the Players’ League were struggling financially. In an effort to strengthen the League for a then anticipated 1891 season, Players’ League executives decided to eliminate the Buffalo team, the weak sister of the League, and replace it with a stronger franchise. With this in mind, on October 4, 1890 a group of Players’ League representatives purchased the Cincinnati National League franchise to replace Buffalo. The document below is the original sale document for this transaction. However, over the next several months the Players’ League collapsed as many of its’ financial backers became convinced that fighting the National League for another season was not worth it. With the collapse of the Players’ League Cincinnati found its’ way back into the National League for the 1891 and all subsequent seasons.
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Old 08-29-2018, 06:02 AM
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Following the 1890 season, both the National League and the Players’ League were struggling financially. In an effort to strengthen the League for a then anticipated 1891 season, Players’ League executives decided to eliminate the Buffalo team, the weak sister of the League, and replace it with a stronger franchise. With this in mind, on October 4, 1890 a group of Players’ League representatives purchased the Cincinnati National League franchise to replace Buffalo. The document below is the original sale document for this transaction. However, over the next several months the Players’ League collapsed as many of its’ financial backers became convinced that fighting the National League for another season was not worth it. With the collapse of the Players’ League Cincinnati found its’ way back into the National League for the 1891 and all subsequent seasons.
Amazing Reds document!!
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Old 08-29-2018, 06:36 AM
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Following the 1890 season, both the National League and the Players’ League were struggling financially. In an effort to strengthen the League for a then anticipated 1891 season, Players’ League executives decided to eliminate the Buffalo team, the weak sister of the League, and replace it with a stronger franchise. With this in mind, on October 4, 1890 a group of Players’ League representatives purchased the Cincinnati National League franchise to replace Buffalo. The document below is the original sale document for this transaction. However, over the next several months the Players’ League collapsed as many of its’ financial backers became convinced that fighting the National League for another season was not worth it. With the collapse of the Players’ League Cincinnati found its’ way back into the National League for the 1891 and all subsequent seasons.
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Old 08-29-2018, 11:50 AM
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Default From 1873 Peck and Snyder catalogue

Note red ball. Dead red ball featured.
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A few snapshots

1973 Reds outside the Astrodome. Top four are easy. Name the player in the bottom pic.

1990 Reds clinch the division. They got rained out, but clinched due to the 2nd place team losing out west. We hung out and watched the Reds players sliding on the tarp to celebrate. It was a beautiful day before the game - we stopped and chowed down on Metwursts before-hand. But no baseball.

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Scott:

I vividly remember that day in 1990... It was like a Slip & Slide, with grown men acting like kids. Little did we know they would go on to sweep the Mighty Athletics in the World Series. That (28 years ago) was literally the last time I was ecstatic about baseball. It's been a long drought...

I'll give this a shot. How about...

Davey
Sparky
Pete
Johnny
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Bill Plummer?

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Old 08-29-2018, 01:24 PM
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Eastwick?
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Old 08-29-2018, 08:15 PM
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Default a rare Rose item

Only 2 graded copies - both in the hands of the #1 Rose registry set holder.
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