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Old 06-18-2017, 10:11 AM
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Such truly amazing items in this thread. Brendan - game used Hal Chase mitt is so very cool; especially considering he was such a great fielder.

Mark S - i have never seen that pennant with 'Champions' going down the side. 1936? Is it particularly rare?

For me, as a Mets fan I don't seek out Yankees stuff but here's one item that i own that I wanted to post. According to retrosheet, only 15,000 fans at Griffith Stadium saw Babe play his last game as a Yankee. End of such an era.

Great thread.

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That truly is a historic ticket. Nice!
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Haha.... Good one, Dale

Jerry.... that extra wide Display Case is "Stellar" as well. Great stuff, and classy presentation!
I like that Mays has the featured spot!
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That truly is a historic ticket. Nice!
+1 Very nice!
P.S. I'll trade you my Mets stuff for your Yankees stuff
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Catching up on the thread. Some awesome stuff posted over the weekend. Ticket stub to the Babe's last game as a Yankee, Hal Chase's glove...

Speaking of Chase, I have seen that Highlanders program before and always wondered why the artist drew him in a kilt. Obviously, the artist was playing up on what I guess is Chase's Irish heritage, but I always found it odd it would be put onto a baseball program.

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Catching up on the thread. Some awesome stuff posted over the weekend. Ticket stub to the Babe's last game as a Yankee, Hal Chase's glove...

Speaking of Chase, I have seen that Highlanders program before and always wondered why the artist drew him in a kilt. Obviously, the artist was playing up on what I guess is Chase's Irish heritage, but I always found it odd it would be put onto a baseball program.

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I found this description from some early postcards that might explain the kilt.

These composite postcards of the 1911 New York Highlanders, 1911 Giants and 1910 Philadelphia A's comprise a unique series from The Sporty Postal Card Co. of Newark, NJ. These cards adhere to themes predominant in each team's positioning. NY manager Hal Chase is cast as the kilt - wearing leader of the team, a reference to The Gordon Highlanders, a British Army regiment recruited mainly from Scotland. A's owner
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Great thread! So many great items. Here are a few of my Yankee items.


- 1949 Larry "Yogi" Berra All Star game bat from Brooklyn.

- 1933 Yankees vs As program. Babe Ruth hit 2 HRs that game off of Lefty Grove.

- Yankee Stadium Seats
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A 4.5 ft section of Yankee Stadium bleacher seating. Removed after the 1973 season for the renovations made during 1974-75.

The seat looks light blue in the picture, but it is grey.



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My ticket stubs and a couple of the photos I took at Dave Righetti's no-hitter on George Steinbrenner's birthday, 1983.

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My lone Yankee autograph.gehrig jimmy AUTO.jpg
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Those Yankee Stadium seats and bleacher bench are beautiful. I have always wanted to own Yankee Stadium seats.

YankeeFan, I was supposed to have been at Righetti's no no. Had tickets and everything, but got punished by my step dad for something really dumb. He was a real jerk and I disliked him even more after the game.

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