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Old 04-04-2018, 09:32 PM
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Taylor,
That is a great display and the autographs turned out absolutely perfect. Congrats on the beautiful additions.
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Old 04-05-2018, 10:18 AM
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Fantastic! And in my opinion, you had the autograph placed in exactly the right spot on the jersey -- down on the tail below the tagging. Really well done. Congratulations.
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Old 04-12-2018, 06:45 PM
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1932 Minneapolis Millers American Association Champions Game-Used Bat Collection!

(Top to bottom) Andy Cohen, Chuck Dressen, Foster “Babe” Ganzel, Spencer Harris HR Bat, Spencer Harris, Ernie Smith, Paul Richards, A.B. Wright.

The 1932 team is considered one of the best Millers teams ever put together. Finishing third in franchise history with 100 wins, behind 1910 Millers (107 wins) and 1912 Millers (105 wins), this Millers team featured multiple major leaguers and PCL superstars such as Spencer Harris, Joe Hauser, Chuck Dressen, Art Ruble and Ad Liska. To this day, Spencer Harris remains the minor-league career leader in hits (3,617), runs (2,287), doubles (743) and at-bats (11,371). Joe Hauser became the first player to ever hit 60 or more home runs twice in a professional career and also held the professional baseball record for home runs in a single season (69) in 1933 with the Milles.

Champions of the American Association, the team finished in first place with a record of 100-68 and advanced to the very first Junior World Series (formerly the Little World Series), in which the Millers were defeated by the Newark Bears 4 games to 2. Art Ruble led the American Association with a batting average of .376, Joe Mowry led the Association with 175 runs, Joe Hauser led the association with 42 home runs, Babe Ganzel led the Association with 143 runs batted in, and Rosy Ryan tied for the Association lead with 22 wins. Over the years the Millers were participants in four Junior World Series; matchups between the American Association and the International League.
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Old 04-12-2018, 06:57 PM
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c.1949 Monte Irvin Game-Used Bat (Charlie Gehringer Professional Model) - Hall of Fame

Tremendously excited to add this ultra-scarce Monte Irvin game used bat to my 1955 Minneapolis Millers Junior World Series Champions game-used bat collection. Like many Negro Leaguers of his era, Irvin did not have a model bat of his own and preferred using Gehringer model G7 bats. In fact, as indicated by Irvin and stated in the PSA letter, Monte and Gehringer were good and Charlie ordered a few bats for him. The bat comes with rock-solid provenance and was accompanied with a letter signed by Irvin regarding the provenance of the bat!

Monte Irvin was with the New York Giants in 1955 when the Giants came to Minneapolis for an exhibition game. When the Giants left town after the game, they took with them Minneapolis second baseman Wayne Terwilliger and left behind Irvin for the Millers. Monte hit .352 with 14 home runs in his half-season with Minneapolis, helping the Millers to their very first Junior World Series championship!
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Old 04-13-2018, 12:12 PM
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c.1949 Monte Irvin Game-Used Bat (Charlie Gehringer Professional Model)

Tremendously excited to add this ultra-scarce Monte Irvin game used bat to my 1955 Minneapolis Millers Junior World Series Champions game-used bat collection. Like many Negro Leaguers of his era, Irvin did not have a model bat of his own and preferred using Gehringer model G7 bats. In fact, as indicated by Irvin and stated in the PSA letter, Monte and Gehringer were good and Charlie ordered a few bats for him. The bat comes with rock-solid provenance and was accompanied with a letter signed by Irvin regarding the provenance of the bat!

Monte Irvin was with the New York Giants in 1955 when the Giants came to Minneapolis for an exhibition game. When the Giants left town after the game, they took with them Minneapolis second baseman Wayne Terwilliger and left behind Irvin for the Millers. Monte hit .352 with 14 home runs in his half-season with Minneapolis, helping the Millers to their very first Junior World Series championship!
Congratulations! That is one terrific bat. There's not a collection in the country that wouldn't benefit from having that bat in it, but it's found a deserving home in yours.
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Old 04-19-2018, 12:29 PM
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1932 Minneapolis Milllers v. Indianapolis Indians Baseball Program (Scored) ~ July 16, 1932 - Joe Hauser 29th Home Run of the Season!

Tough program year to find. The program has seen better days, but fun addition nonetheless. Millers Win, defeat Indians 7-4.

WP-Vandenberg. Hauser (29), Harris, and Smith homer. 9th straight win for the Millers.
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Old 04-20-2018, 11:48 AM
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1933 Minneapolis Millers v. Kansas City Blues Program (Scored) from September 9th when Joe Hauser Hit Historic HR #68 & HR #69 - Single Season Professional HR Record


I finally set some time aside to research my Millers programs and ran across my 1933. I previously noticed that Hauser hit a couple home runs that game and knew it was from historic season, but after some additional research came to find out that those two homers were his final two (HR #68 & #69) of the season thus making this program even more historic and important than I was anticipating! I suddenly had that same feeling when you find money in a pair of jeans or coat you haven’t worn for awhile.
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Old 04-24-2018, 08:36 PM
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1932 Worch Cigar (Minneapolis Millers) Set & Vintage 5 Cent Worch Cigar Cedar Wood Box and Label
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1956 Minneapolis Millers vs. New York Giants Program & Ticket, and 1959 Minneapolis Millers v. AA All-Stars Program & Ticket (Fifth and final hosted All-Star game by Millers, and first at Met Stadium)

On June 7, 1956 the Millers played the New York Giants in an Exhibition Game held at the NEW Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington, Minn. Former Miller alumni, Willie Mays of the Giants hits 2 home runs, 1 estimated at 450 feet, before 21,832 fans.
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