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View Poll Results: Baseball or Baseball Cards?
Baseball 88 51.46%
Baseball Cards 83 48.54%
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Old 01-11-2018, 09:43 AM
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Without Baseball there are no Baseball cards.
Baseball cards. I could care less about MLB due to the financial inequities in the game. You can get rid of the game and I still have my t205s, t206s, and Goudeys.
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Old 01-11-2018, 09:55 AM
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I am 56 and still love to throw a baseball with my son (who is now very nearly a man) or go to a ball game, minor league or major league. Anyone who doesn't see Mike Trout or Clayton Kershaw play is missing something in my opinion. Times change, the pay scale changes, concepts, and strategies evolve but at the end of the day it is the same as in 1910 when a pitcher threw the ball and hitter tried to hit it.

Probably next year I'll either start coaching again or ump. No other game like it IMO.
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Ginger later in life lived in an apartment in Manhattan not far from my office. And she hung out at the bar of the same Italian restaurant all the time. Same seat, same bar, same restaurant. When she was pointed out to me once I was a little stunned. Let's say she enjoyed the bar scene and leave it at that. I thought Mary Ann was way hotter on the show and she was certainly a lot better looking when I would see Ginger late in life enjoying the vodka tonics.
Funny you should say that Snap. She lives in the same apt complex as a good friend of mine in midtown on the East side.
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Old 01-11-2018, 10:02 AM
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I will have to say Baseball hands down. If cards stopped being produced today it wouldnt matter to me as all the cards I like have been made already!
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Can I write-in Betsy?
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Ginger later in life lived in an apartment in Manhattan not far from my office. And she hung out at the bar of the same Italian restaurant all the time. Same seat, same bar, same restaurant. When she was pointed out to me once I was a little stunned. Let's say she enjoyed the bar scene and leave it at that. I thought Mary Ann was way hotter on the show and she was certainly a lot better looking when I would see Ginger late in life enjoying the vodka tonics.
Baseball and Ginger...late in life...vodka tonics, smeared mascara and all.
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Baseball and Ginger...late in life...vodka tonics, smeared mascara and all.
You got it. Wasn't a great look.
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You got it. Wasn't a great look.
At beer-30 it doesn't matter . I voted cards but do like to play baseball (softball) just not watch MLB...so cards it is.
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The congregation has spoken...

and cartophilia rules the day.
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I voted cards , since the move of my beloved Montreal Expos back in 2004 , I lost interest in the game but not in its rich history.

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