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Old 04-03-2014, 04:44 PM
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Just to show I'm a sport about modern game-used.

Finally have all the photos for this ball display. The ball is photo-matched against all the pics except the punt and Seattle field goal, but because it's matched against kicking plays before and after these, it's the same ball. It was only used for kicking plays, but apparently was used for ALL kicking plays, at least well into the second half of the game. Unfortunately, I just got word from the photographer that I can't get a large print of the centerpiece photo (shown just above ball). I have a smaller one that will have to do.

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Bryce Harper hit ball from today and it's his second of the season.
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Old 04-03-2014, 10:02 PM
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Just picked up this game for my room. Its in beautiful shape
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Brock - did you catch that one?

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Old 04-03-2014, 11:31 PM
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Just picked up this game for my room. Its in beautiful shape
Congrats that is a very cool machine. Is it coin operated?
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Brock - did you catch that one?

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No bought it at the mets shop.
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Hi Yes , its a 5 cent machine. You put money in a slot on the side and shoot it with the lever. The nickel than works its way down. If you are lucky it will go into the hits. Its amazing what we thought was hight tech. LOL
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No bought it at the mets shop.
There are some real jewels at those stadium shops - last September I bought the ball James Paxton used to strike out Chris Young in Paxton's ML debut, for $45. Apparently he threw it in the dirt and Young went for it, so it got tossed over to the ball-handler-tagger lady.
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Yeah. Every hit I was watching to see if they gave the ball to the mlb hologram guy. Because pretty much you can get any ball that is hologram the next inning. So after Harper got the hit, I went to the shop and asked for it.
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Old 04-04-2014, 10:20 AM
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That is a really great idea - I'll make a point of keeping my eyes open for special balls next time I go to a game.
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That is a really great idea - I'll make a point of keeping my eyes open for special balls next time I go to a game.
Scott, I don't think they pay very close attention to the pieces they sell at Safeco. A couple of years ago I found this Mariners dugout line-up card in the clearance sale stack for a paltry amount. When I got home I looked up the game and found that it was from K-Rod's MLB record setting 62nd save. I will readily admit I had no idea that it was from that game prior to purchasing it. However you would think they would have looked it up prior to discounting it
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Here are a couple of recent odd ball pick ups for my 1971 Pirates collection. The first is a line-up card and program from a three game pre-season series the Bucs played in Panama. I am currently kicking myself for missing the ticket stub that was listed with these. I cant imagine I will ever see another example.
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Went to a minor league game last night and got this bat that big money Rockies prospect David Dahl broke in the first game of a doubleheader. I have both ends of the bat but it is missing a chunk around the handle. I'll probably get it signed at a later game.


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Here are a couple of recent odd ball pick ups for my 1971 Pirates collection. The first is a line-up card and program from a three game pre-season series the Bucs played in Panama. I am currently kicking myself for missing the ticket stub that was listed with these. I cant imagine I will ever see another example.
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Excited to get this. Carbon triplicate copy of Christy Mathewson Military ration voucher. This copy I guess went to the officer, in this case, CAPTAIN MATHEWSON

Hoping to mat it w a reprint, cant afford real one, Matty military photo, or w/e. just think its cool
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Excited to get this. Carbon triplicate copy of Christy Mathewson Military ration voucher. This copy I guess went to the officer, in this case, CAPTAIN MATHEWSON

Hoping to mat it w a reprint, cant afford real one, Matty military photo, or w/e. just think its cool
Cool item
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Excited to get this. Carbon triplicate copy of Christy Mathewson Military ration voucher. This copy I guess went to the officer, in this case, CAPTAIN MATHEWSON

Hoping to mat it w a reprint, cant afford real one, Matty military photo, or w/e. just think its cool
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Thanks Guys. its got three great things: COOL ITEM, GREAT Player and something I can AFFORD
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This is my Ruth that I had posted a few months back in the prewar section and forgot to put up here. This is my center piece to my collection. It's a postcard of the Babe with Ruppert on the day of his signing in 1933. Thought you guys might enjoy it.

Here is a newspaper clip from that day as well. I know mine version of his signature is not worth $52K but maybe someday I hope! HA!
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This is my Ruth that I had posted a few months back in the prewar section and forgot to put up here. This my center piece to my collection. It's a postcard of the Babe with Ruppert on the day of his signing in 1933. Thought you guys might enjoy it.
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This is my Ruth that I had posted a few months back in the prewar section and forgot to put up here. This is my center piece to my collection. It's a postcard of the Babe with Ruppert on the day of his signing in 1933. Thought you guys might enjoy it.

Here is a newspaper clip from that day as well. I know mine version of his signature is not worth $52K but maybe someday I hope! HA!
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Thanks guys I knew you would appreciate it. I don't go into this section often enough since this is my only auto but I'm hoping to change that soon.
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What a fantastic Piece!

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Hoping to mat it w a reprint, cant afford real one, Matty military photo, or w/e. just think its cool
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Coo, inexpensive photo of Denton T Young
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Just let that go, Im glad it was you Scott!
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Thanks sir. Never had a CY, and w the cost of playing day Type Ones, this fits in nicely.
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This is my Ruth that I had posted a few months back in the prewar section and forgot to put up here. This is my center piece to my collection. It's a postcard of the Babe with Ruppert on the day of his signing in 1933. Thought you guys might enjoy it.

Here is a newspaper clip from that day as well. I know mine version of his signature is not worth $52K but maybe someday I hope! HA!
Holy shi7!! That is awesome!
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Thanks guys I knew you would appreciate it. I don't go into this section often enough since this is my only auto but I'm hoping to change that soon.
I don't think you can top that! Your one and only autograph collection is complete.
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No I would like to pick up a Cobb Auto, Gehrig, Wagner etc.. I just got lucky and found my white whale so to speak as my first one.
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What I love about the Ruth though is you never seem him sign his first name along with his nickname. That is what really drew me to the card.
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I just picked up this great first generation photo of "Bobo" Holloman following his no-hitter on 5/6/53.

Holloman's background story was an interesting one. In 1953, the 27-year- old rookie, made the show with the St. Louis Browns, but was not getting much of an opportunity to pitch on the big club. Bobo Holloman was never short of confidence. In fact, he was his own #1 fan.

Up to this point in the 1953 season he was relegated to only eating up meaningless innings. The entire season he kept asking Brownies Mgr. Marty Marion to give him one start so that he could show him what he really could do.

Bobo finally got his chance on May 6th, 1953. In his first ML start, Holloman no-hit the light hitting Philadelphia A's 6-0 in front of only 2473 fans at home in St. Louis.

Holloman never recaptured the magic of his no-hitter game. In fact, he was back in the minors less than 3 months later, never to return again...
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Nice one Scott!
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For some reason this was one of those items that has eluded me for years. I finally picked up this one to complete my collection of all eight of the 1937 and 1938 Dixie Lid Premiums. I think they are one of the most attractive issues of the 1930s.
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For some reason this was one of those items that has eluded me for years. I finally picked up this one to complete my collection of all eight of the 1937 and 1938 Dixie Lid Premiums. I think they are one of the most attractive issues of the 1930s.
Gorgeous Feller, Mike!
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For some reason this was one of those items that has eluded me for years. I finally picked up this one to complete my collection of all eight of the 1937 and 1938 Dixie Lid Premiums. I think they are one of the most attractive issues of the 1930s.
Nice Mike! Congrats on completing this great issue.
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Holloman never recaptured the magic of his no-hitter game. In fact, he was back in the minors less than 3 months later, never to return again...
but he did, apparently, claim the role of Kramer on Seinfeld.
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but he did, apparently, claim the role of Kramer on Seinfeld.
Very true! Cosmo Kramer lives!
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Older Ty looks happier here than in the Hospital Robe photo I got a while back. TYYYYYYYYYY
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After seeing all of the cool snapshots of hall of famers I decided to start looking for images of the 1971 Pirates in snapshots. These are the ones I have managed to pick up to date. The 1971 Pirate World Champs pin is new to me. It is the first time I have come across one like this. I am guessing it was a lapel or tie pin?
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Here is a neat February, 1928 snapper that I just acquired of HOF Walter Johnson just as he was beginning his role as manager of the Newark Bears.

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3/4 size Tigers Pennant with cloth tag reproduction company on back. I didn't see this one in Mike Egners book. Does anyone know a date on it?
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