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Old 12-08-2017, 12:18 PM
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Ed Walsh, Chicago White Sox, 1907
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Manager Fred Mitchell, Chicago Cubs, 1919, in somebody's living room
Wouldn't you love to have the framed photos on the wall behind him?
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1934 Butterfinger Gehringer
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Nice to see another 1930's bunter, and a Hall of Famer as well.

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Old 12-11-2017, 02:31 PM
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Default The buntiest of sets

Can anyone top the four 1909 Obak cards that feature bunting? Breaking out the calculator, .053333(etc) percent of this set lays down a bunt. Sure, a ten card set that has one bunter would blow the 1909 Obaks out of the dugout, percentage-wise, and with a higher WAR #, and we will accept this, but hopefully folks can also provide other bigger sets as well that are practically bursting with bunters.

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From the last collection, Cobb E126..
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Here's Crawford bunting :
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Here is an E220 National Caramel of George Paskart bunting like a virtual madman.

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Here is an E220 National Caramel of George Paskart bunting like a virtual madman.

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I wonder how many times he got his fingers smashed?
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In todays game... the only time bunting seems to matter is in the playoffs and most of the players asked to bunt have no idea how to execute.
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