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Old 05-30-2020, 06:12 PM
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On this date in 1982, Cal Ripken Jr. plated in Game #1 of his historic 2632 consecutive game streak...Here are the lineup cards that resided in home plate umpire's Vic Voltaggio pocket that Sunday afternoon...Note the Blue Jays card was dated (on top) as 1980:

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On this date in 1982, Cal Ripken Jr. plated in Game #1 of his historic 2632 consecutive game streak...Here are the lineup cards that resided in home plate umpire's Vic Voltaggio pocket that Sunday afternoon...Note the Blue Jays card was dated (on top) as 1980:

Very cool, Bill!
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So many great lineup cards. Thank you all for sharing!

Jeffrey Lazarus was kind enough to just do a Q&A with me about his collection. You can read it here: https://lineupcards.wordpress.com/20...eball-history/

Also, I'm doing some research into the history of lineup cards. I'm trying to find info on when the dugout lineup card entered the mix. Was there one manager or team that created a card separate from the Official Batting Order card for the dugout? From the ones posted here, the oldest I see is 1965. If anyone has any information or suggestions of who to talk to or where to look, please either email me (oemtom@aol.com) or post here. Thank you!

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The oldest Dugout lineup card I have is from 1960 (Braves). It's basically just a list of the players on the team in the lineup but does say on top "Duout lineup card". I mostly focus on umpire lineup cards, so I'm not sure whether this represents anything close to the earliest dugout lineup cards, or whether other teams were doing similar at the time.
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Nothing super exciting. Dusty Baker's linup card from a Randy Johnson win vs Cubs in 2004. I just liked all the info he had crammed onto the card.
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OTD in 1988, not only did Cal Ripken Jr. hit his 172nd career Home Run but he also played in his 1,000th consecutive game:

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with today being the 25h Anniversary of Cal Ripken's 2131 Game, I thought I'd post one of the cornerstones of my collection:

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Picked up a number of interesting lineup cards over the last year or so. Will try to share over the coming days/weeks.

Cal Ripken Jr's 3000th hit, Orioles dugout lineup card.
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Old 07-01-2021, 11:08 PM
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I was thrilled to be able to acquire this pair of lineup cards from Game 2 of the 1937 World Series.

The Yankees lineup featured HOFers Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Bill Dickey, Tony Lazzeri and Red Ruffing. Signed by HOF manager Joe McCarthy.

The Giants lineup card featured HOF Mel Ott and is signed by manager and HOF Bill Terry.
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Holy Cow Jeff -- the Ripken and '37 World Series lineup cards are pretty amazing.

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Holy Cow Jeff -- the Ripken and '37 World Series lineup cards are pretty amazing.

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Thank you! Over the last couple of years I've been able to acquire a number of large collections from umpires, along with some really cool individual pieces.

This is Yaz's final career HR.
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Steve Carlton final career win
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Steve Carlton final career win
Nice paring of Lefty's last win. Congrats!
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Nice paring of Lefty's last win. Congrats!
Thank you!

Lineup card from the A's vs Indians August 17, 1933. HOF Earl Averill hit for the only cycle of his career in the game. Couple of legendary baseball names were the managers on this one.


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Have to get the thread to the top. Base-stealing expert Maury Wills started 1969 with the Montreal Expos, but was soon traded back to the Dodgers. Upon returning to Montreal to play the Expos, Wills (not known as a slugger) hit his one and only career grand slam on August 16, 1969. Although undated, this is the only date this line-up ever appeared in a road game.

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Cool Items and interesting pieces of history
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Have to get the thread to the top. Base-stealing expert Maury Wills started 1969 with the Montreal Expos, but was soon traded back to the Dodgers. Upon returning to Montreal to play the Expos, Wills (not known as a slugger) hit his one and only career grand slam on August 16, 1969. Although undated, this is the only date this line-up ever appeared in a road game.

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Fantastic card! Was that from the recent collection of 1969 lineup cards that hit eBay? I picked up a few from those listings.
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Yup, Jeff, from the eBay listings. Since they aren't dated, it takes a bit of leg work to figure out which game they were from. The Wills Line-up card isn't a major find, but I didn't have anything relating to his career in my collection so I was happy to get it.
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Yup, Jeff, from the eBay listings. Since they aren't dated, it takes a bit of leg work to figure out which game they were from. The Wills Line-up card isn't a major find, but I didn't have anything relating to his career in my collection so I was happy to get it.
Yup. I was able to pick up a Hank Aaron HR, which I was very pleased to find.

Wills may not be a household name anymore, but he was such a huge part of the Dodgers for a really long time!
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Been looking for a Pete Rose as the Reds Manager Lineup Card for awhile now, it's a Spring Training Game, but it'll do. This would be Rose's last year as a Player/Manager '86.

Player Manager, '84, '85, '86. Just Manager '87, '88, & '89.

Wonder if Pete had a few bucks on this game.
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Been looking for a Pete Rose as the Reds Manager Lineup Card for awhile now, it's a Spring Training Game, but it'll do. This would be Rose's last year as a Player/Manager '86.

Player Manager, '84, '85, '86. Just Manager '87, '88, & '89.

Wonder if Pete had a few bucks on this game.
Nice lineup!

If you are ever looking for a particular player or team etc feel free to reach out. I've been collecting lineup cards for years and have purchased a number of large collections from umpires and managers. (I could help you with a Rose regular season one if interested.)
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Saw this thread bumped back up, and figured I would share a recent pickup.

1999 World Series Lineup Cards from all 4 games.
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1999 World Series Lineup Cards from all 4 games.
Amazing and very nice
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A couple more for the evening.

Game 4 of the 1944 World Series. The series was during WWII and was an all-St Louis series, sometimes referred to as "The Trolley Car Series".

The Cardinals won the game 5-1 to tie the series at 2 games a piece. They would win the next 2 to win the series in 6 games.

The Browns lineup card is signed by manager Luke Sewell. The Cardinals lineup card was filled out by HOF manager Billy Southworth, who left it unsigned.

The game is notable because it features Stan Musial's only career World Series home run.
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Picked up my first lineup cards after reading this and other threads and the interview last year or so with Jeff. Has been a lot of fun. My thought is to find April 15 Dodger lineup cards (Official or unofficial Jackie Robinson Day) or build a small collection with a lineup from each of the Dodger managers--as far back as I can find and afford. Anyone with spares? I'd be interested, as funds allow.

4/15/99 - Davey Johnson
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8/28/2020 - Chris Woodward (Rangers)
Due to Covid, Jackie Robinson Day plans changed in 2020. The season was not underway in April. The rescheduled JR Day was set to 8/28 in honor of the March of Washington in 1968 and the day Jackie signed with the Dodgers 8/28/1945. The Dodgers were not at home on the new date, but away at Globe Life Field--a foreshadowing of the World Series location. And on this day, Chadwick Boseman died, the actor who famously played Jackie Robinson in the film 42.
JRDay2020828

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I thought that this thread would be a good place to share:


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Fun interview, Jeff! Tom does a great job with the write-ups.

I thought it odd to find Clayton Kershaw's name scratched out on this batting order card. Lo and behold, it was his first career use as a pinch hitter. Not exactly his debut or a no-hitter, but fun to research and discover.

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Don't think I ever shared these here. Realizing now that I never took a picture on my own, so this comes from the auction house where it was purchased.

1979 Pirates vs Orioles World Series game 1.
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Thought I would share this 1955 Dodgers lineup card in honor of Gil Hodges making the Hall. In this game, he and Duke Snider hit home runs.
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This is the lineup card from the 2015 Futures Game. There are many stars from today that played like Aaron Judge, Trea Turner, Trevor Story, Lucas Giolito, Josh Bell, Matt Olson, Blake Snell, Aaron Nola, JP Crawford, Ozzie Albies, Gary Sanchez, Jose Berrios, Rafael Devers, Nomar Mazara, Aldaberto Mondesi, Edwin Diaz, and Ketel Marte. This was also signed by Tony Kemp, Lucas Giolito, Matt Olson, Trea Turner, Mark Appel, Aaron Nola and manager Ken Griffey Sr.


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This is the lineup card from the 2015 Futures Game. There are many stars from today that played like Aaron Judge, Trea Turner, Trevor Story, Lucas Giolito, Josh Bell, Matt Olson, Blake Snell, Aaron Nola, JP Crawford, Ozzie Albies, Gary Sanchez, Jose Berrios, Rafael Devers, Nomar Mazara, Aldaberto Mondesi, Edwin Diaz, and Ketel Marte. This was also signed by Tony Kemp, Lucas Giolito, Matt Olson, Trea Turner, Mark Appel, Aaron Nola and manager Ken Griffey Sr.


That's awesome! I have the 2005 Futures game. Best player was Justin Verlander (who had made his MLB debut the week before).
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July 31, 1970 Twins vs Tigers lineup card.

A ton happened in this game:
  • Bob Allison final career Home Run
  • Bert Blyleven rookie start (12th career start)
  • HOF Tony Oliva HR (149th of his career)
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