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Old 08-08-2012, 11:21 AM
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Here's what Sandy Koufax called the biggest World Series game of his career. It set the tone for the 4 game beatdown that the Dodgers inflected on the Bombers. This series was a "get even" series as the boys in blue, blew the deflated Yanks right out of the House that Ruth built!

The photo has become an iconic image in the Sports World of Baseball Card Collecting Baby Boomers (like most everyone here).

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Wow great stuff everyone!



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Interesting that an 1895 image is used on a 20th century card.
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Old 08-09-2012, 08:35 PM
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33 Goudey Hornsby 50&51 Bowman Kluszewski
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So here's a question: what process do you guys follow to match up a photo to a card? By that I mean, are you familiar enough with the card images that, when you happen upon the corresponding photo, you recognize it immediately? Or do you see a likely photo, and then go looking through cards for that player to make the match? Or is it something more serendipitous and in-between? Just curious as to how others go about it.
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1939 Play Ball Bill Dickey

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Old 08-09-2012, 09:31 PM
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I'm not much into the photos, but I do pick one up every now & then. For me, sometimes I see a photo & just know I've seen the image somewhere else. So then I start looking at the player's cards. I've had the chance to buy a few others in the past, but didn't want to spend a lot and was outbid. They weren't real big stars like some of the other photos posted so far.

When I saw the Dickey though, it kinda stood out like a sore thumb.


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Lance

I'm not much into the photos, but I do pick one up every now & then. For me, sometimes I see a photo & just know I've seen the image somewhere else. So then I start looking at the player's cards. I've had the chance to buy a few others in the past, but didn't want to spend a lot and was outbid. They weren't real big stars like some of the other photos posted so far.

When I saw the Dickey though, it kinda stood out like a sore thumb.


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Beautiful photo, a cuople of years ago I was an under bidder on the same image but the corners were not rounded. Thats a Burke image is it not?
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You a correct, it is a Burke photo.


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These are so great, thanks for sharing
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