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Old 05-29-2018, 11:16 PM
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See if we can name all of them. I only recognize two (pathetic, I know!). Walter Johnson, second from the left. And that old familiar scowl of Cobb third from the right (back row). Is that Cy Young next to him on his right?
Nope, thats Buck Weaver just right of Cobb. Do you see Joe Jackson in the picture? Ill give you a hint that he is on the top row.
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Old 05-29-2018, 11:28 PM
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Nope, thats Buck Weaver just right of Cobb. Do you see Joe Jackson in the picture? Ill give you a hint that he is on the top row.
I’m gonna say Shoeless Joe is just to the left of the dude in the suit (our vantage point). If not, it’s gotta be the guy to the right of Cobb. If it’s not one of the guys with the big “S” for Black Sox then I give up!
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I’m gonna say Shoeless Joe is just to the left of the dude in the suit (our vantage point).
This is correct. Joe Jackson is pictured immediately to the left of Connie Mack. Cobb is sandwiched between Ray Chapman on the left and Buck Weaver on the right.
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This is correct. Joe Jackson is pictured immediately to the left of Connie Mack. Cobb is sandwiched between Ray Chapman on the left and Buck Weaver on the right.
Your history of baseball is remarkable. Did you notice Joe isn’t wearing any socks? He actually has his shoes on for once, but he’s wearing no socks! He couldn’t even get his wardrobe together for the first all-star game!
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I thank you all for sharing your knowledge, photo’s of the cards and the amazing photo of the early days of Joe Jackson career.
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I am a Joe Jackson fan and trying to grow my collection
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Am surprised no one yet has cited the infamous T202 Lord Catches His Man, alleged in an epic Net54 thread to be JoJax hisself.
Used to have an E90-1 and a '15 Cracker Jack of the man but sold them to finance a bathroom and a kitchen reno. My wife has a special fondness for the Shoeless One.
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Does anyone one no someome thaf has the 1912 Tim Top joe Jackson that might want to sell or trade. I am looking to add It to my personal collection
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Does anyone one no someome thaf has the 1912 Tim Top joe Jackson that might want to sell or trade. I am looking to add It to my personal collection
Try putting a WTB in the BST section of the forum. It will get a lot more eyeballs than in the middle of this thread. Nice Joe Jax's by the way!!
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