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Old 04-05-2022, 01:31 PM
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Default April 2022 Pickups

Added these beauties to my Pirates collection - 1979 Game Used Kent Tekulve and Rennie Stennett.
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From the LOTG auction, a Conlon Roxey Roach in NYAL 1910 uni !
Note crossed out address and use of Evening Telegram stamp. Maybe original stamp was from 1910 when Roxey joined the Yankees and then Conlon got a request for the photo in 1912 when he was sold when he went back to Jersey City, Balt or Wash (all in the same year...)? Roach also makes an appearance on the 1911 Sporty team post card.
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Nice pickups Mike and Buzz
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Those bumblebees are beautiful
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Thanks Mike, I loved the 1979 Pirates as a kid so that year jerseys are my favorites.
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Old 04-11-2022, 06:39 AM
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Default Ernie Shore "Perfect Game" Baseball Achievement Award in relief of Babe Ruth 1917

I'm really happy to have added this neat piece of history to my advanced no-hitter collection last night.

Many of you may possibly be aware that on June 23rd, 1917, Babe Ruth was the starting pitcher in a historic game at Fenway that was one for the ages.
Ruth got in an argument with home plate umpire Brick Owens for calling four consecutive pitches balls to begin the game, allowing an immediate walk of Nats leadoff hitter Roy Morgan. Lots of arguing back and forth between Ruth and Brick Owens and the Babe proceeded to take a swing at Owens. This immediately got Ruth tossed from the game.

Without even warming up, Red Sox RHP Ernie Shore came into the game in relief. Roy Morgan immediately tried to steal 2nd, but was thrown out.
Shore famously proceeded to get the next 26 batters out and hurling perfect ball in relief.
Until 1991 this game was, in fact, declared a "perfect game".
In 1991, the rules surrounding no-hitters and perfect games changed and this game became a no-hitter in spite of it's unusual place in baseball history.

Ernie Shore, a famous North Carolina resident and Sheriff of Forsyth County for many years, was honored by the Governor of NC in 1972 for this great achievement in baseball history.

This award came by way of Jan Shore, the oldest daughter of Ernie Shore.
It's a perfect fit for my collection & happy to have it.

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It always amazes me on the items you are able to collect for that great collection! Just great!
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Scott, great pickup. I played baseball on Ernie Shore field as it was the home for Wake Forest and various Winston-Salem minor league teams. A really nice old stadium. Not sure if it is still there.
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Great jerseys Mike! Cant go wrong with the bumble bees!

Scott that award is fantastic and couldnt have found a better home!
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Default George - 1920 Baseball Magazine (4.5" x 6")

....although with the Yankees as of January 5 1920 (age 24), that's him in his Red Sox uniform.
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....although with the Yankees as of January 5 1920 (age 24), that's him in his Red Sox uniform.
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I'm really happy to have added this neat piece of history to my advanced no-hitter collection last night.

Many of you may possibly be aware that on June 23rd, 1917, Babe Ruth was the starting pitcher in a historic game at Fenway that was one for the ages.
Ruth got in an argument with home plate umpire Brick Owens for calling four consecutive pitches balls on Ruth to begin the game, allowing an immediate walk of Nats leadoff hitter Roy Morgan. Lots of arguing back and forth between Ruth and Brick Owens and the Babe proceeded to take a swing at Owens. This immediately got Ruth tossed from the game.

Without even warming up, Red Sox RHP Ernie Shore came into the game in relief. Roy Morgan immediately tried to steal 2nd, but was thrown out.
Shore famously proceeded to get the next 26 batters out and hurling perfect ball in relief.
Until 1991 this game was, in fact, declared a "perfect game".
In 1991, the rules surrounding no-hitters and perfect games changed and this game became a no-hitter in spite of it's unusual place in baseball history.

Ernie Shore, a famous North Carolina resident and Sheriff of Forsyth County for many years, was honored by the Governor of NC in 1972 for this great achievement in baseball history.

This award came by way of Jan Shore, the oldest daughter of Ernie Shore.
It's a perfect fit for my collection & happy to have it.
Scott,

Here is the next person you need to add to your collection.

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Ive been collecting Kansas baseball memorabilia for over 30 years and this is my second verified image from the 1870s. Was searching Facebook on a Kansas history site and stumbled across this image of a gentlemans great grandfather. The team is from the Manhattan, Ks area and called the Riversides. A fellow
historian helped him track down a box score of the game they played versus Topeka, which is where this photo was taken. Pretty happy to say the least and am very grateful he was willing to part with it. Crazy to think what was going on in Kansas in the 1870s with the Wild West and baseball was a part of it. I should add the gentlemans great grandfather is Griffing and his friend was named Pound but misspelled Ponnd.
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LOL I just had a friend send me a YouTube video of outtakes of his 19K Perfect Game. WOW! Maybe one of the most dominant games ever pitched??
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LOL I just had a friend send me a YouTube video of outtakes of his 19K Perfect Game. WOW! Maybe one of the most dominant games ever pitched??
Thirteen strikeouts in a row is impressive to say the least.
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Nolan Ryan 2nd No No was VERY impressive (probably best game he ever pitched/dominated)...after lead off hitter Jim Northrup flied out, 12 of the next 13 outs were by strikeout
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Nolan Ryan 2nd No No was VERY impressive (probably best game he ever pitched/dominated)...after lead off hitter Jim Northrup flied out, 12 of the next 13 outs were by strikeout
+1 Definitely Nolan's most dominating game, for sure.

He struck out 17 and it would have been more except his back stiffened up late in the game.
Ryan always has said that this was his best game, where he had outstanding command of both the fastball AND the elusive curveball early in his career.

The Tigers were quoted the next day as saying "Ryan had everything" and was totally dominant.
Plus, he had Billy Martin, 1973 manager of the Tigers, working hard on the opposite side of the field, screaming at Ryan trying to rattle him, but to absolutely no avail.

One important fact to note is that in 1973, Nolan was essentially a two-pitch pitcher.
He had "The Express" his devastating fastball and a curve, when he could control it, which made him unhittable at times.

BTW, it was only much later, in the late 1980's, that Nolan added an effective third pitch, the "circle change". This pitch was taught to him by ex-Cincinnati pitcher Joe Nuxhall, who he ran into at breakfast in Cincinnati on a road trip.
This 3rd pitch extended Nolan's career and gave every hitter another wrinkle to think about every time they stepped into the batter's box.
When Nolan joined the Texas Rangers in 1989, they not only had to deal with a handful of a new pitcher in the AL that they mostly had not seen, plus his perfected circle change.

Here is Angel's catcher Art Kusnyer's glove that he used in the early portion of Nolan's 2nd career no-hitter on 7/15/73 at DET and a game ball from the same game. The snapshot of Ryan was taken as he was leaving Tiger Stadium after the 2nd no-hitter. The signed snapper of Norm Cash, who famously brought a table leg instead of a bat to the plate late in the game because he told HP umpire Ron Luciano that "he wasn't going to be able to hit him anyway", actually is from the 1974 season. All of these are part of my core Ryan and no-hit collection.

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+1 Definitely Nolan's most dominating game, for sure.

He struck out 17 and it would have been more except his back stiffened up late in the game.
Ryan always has said that this was his best game, where he had outstanding command of both the fastball AND the elusive curveball early in his career.

The Tigers were quoted the next day as saying "Ryan had everything" and was totally dominant.
Plus, he had Billy Martin, 1973 manager of the Tigers, working hard on the opposite side of the field, screaming at Ryan trying to rattle him, but to absolutely no avail.

One important fact to note is that in 1973, Nolan was essentially a two-pitch pitcher.
He had "The Express" his devastating fastball and a curve, when he could control it, which made him unhittable at times.

BTW, it was only much later, in the late 1980's, that Nolan added an effective third pitch, the "circle change". This pitch was taught to him by ex-Cincinnati pitcher Joe Nuxhall, who he ran into at breakfast in Cincinnati on a road trip.
This 3rd pitch extended Nolan's career and gave every hitter another wrinkle to think about every time they stepped into the batter's box.
When Nolan joined the Texas Rangers in 1989, they not only had to deal with a handful of a new pitcher in the AL that they mostly had not seen, plus his perfected circle change.

Here is Angel's catcher Art Kusnyer's glove that he used in the early portion of Nolan's 2nd career no-hitter on 7/15/73 at DET and a game ball from the same game. The snapshot of Ryan was taken as he was leaving Tiger Stadium after the 2nd no-hitter. The signed snapper of Norm Cash, who famously brought a table leg instead of a bat to the plate late in the game because he told HP umpire Ron Luciano that "he wasn't going to be able to hit him anyway", actually is from the 1974 season. All of these are part of my core Ryan and no-hit collection.


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Ive been collecting Kansas baseball memorabilia for over 30 years and this is my second verified image from the 1870s. Was searching Facebook on a Kansas history site and stumbled across this image of a gentlemans great grandfather. The team is from the Manhattan, Ks area and called the Riversides. A fellow
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Very cool, Clint!
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Thanks to a board member, Brian, I picked up this wonderful snapshot of Satchel Paige, which was taken at Perris Hill Park in San Bernardino in the spring of 1952. After studying the background, I realized I had seen the field's distinctive fence and pine trees before on several Bowman cards ...
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Thanks to a board member, Brian, I picked up this wonderful snapshot of Satchel Paige, which was taken at Perris Hill Park in San Bernardino in the spring of 1952. After studying the background, I realized I had seen the field's distinctive fence and pine trees before on several Bowman cards ...
Solid pick up Chris! Love that snapper! Great research too! Cheers man!
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A real beauty right there!
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Thanks to a board member, Brian, I picked up this wonderful snapshot of Satchel Paige, which was taken at Perris Hill Park in San Bernardino in the spring of 1952. After studying the background, I realized I had seen the field's distinctive fence and pine trees before on several Bowman cards ...
Congrats Chris! Love the snapper of Satch!
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While I rarely deviate from my pursuit of 19th C. equipment and imagery, sometimes an item comes along thats too nice to pass up. For me, those such pieces have to be associated with the NY teams and players of the 1950s and, in this instance, it was a Willie Mays glove.

Just this past week I added this superb MacGregor, G105, Mays personal model glove. Its big, soft, supple, high quality, and stamped deeply with a pristine mfg patch to boot.

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Beautiful glove Jon. I still have my Macgregor Mays WM personal model I bought in 1958. Yours has the next generation web I think.
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Thanks, Bruce…and, I’d love to see the WM model sometime, too. From what I can gather, the patch on mine dates it to the 1956-1958 timeframe. That said, I do have to admit that I don’t have as much experience with MacGregors as I do with Rawlings products, so a bit more fact finding to do before I can say 56’, 57’, or 58’ or some other year all together.

I must say that I would like to see a thread reflecting examples of high grade/personal model gloves from the stars of the 1950s. Maybe that’s the next rainy day project for me

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There's been some great pick ups in the previous posts. Congratulations guys!!!
I just got this Sandy Koufax pin. It measures 3 1/2 inches.
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There's been some great pick ups in the previous posts. Congratulations guys!!!
I just got this Sandy Koufax pin. It measures 3 1/2 inches.
That's a really nice one, Ed. Congrats!
FYI, I'm actually still looking for one of these Sandy Koufax pinbacks if anyone has one to sell
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I recently purchased this matted photo of a lady doing a windup or catching a ball type of pose in uniform. The matte back is dated 1897.

I love early baseball items tied to women. Especially pre 1900. They have so much character. So when I saw this It definitely fit the bill!
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Thrilled to add this very rare Rusty Staub Watch in its original box to my Expos collection
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Wow thats too cool Guy!
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Man, love the watch!!
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Man, love the watch!!
Agreed Love the watch and amazed the shape it is in
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This arrived yesterday in the mail. Figure it is mid-20's. No markings as to a maker. Not really a glove person but the condition and that it was a HOF'er enticed me to buy. Thanks.
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Old 04-23-2022, 05:49 PM
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That's a good one. He's a pretty rare HOF endorser.

Nice pickup!
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Old 04-28-2022, 10:20 AM
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Really excited to win this in the recent Robert Edward Auction for my Integration collection.

1946 Puerto Rico contract of Larry Doby.

Unlike many players in that era who played in Puerto Rico (like Roberto Clemente), Doby was not a fixture there, and only played there for a single season. He played for the San Juan Senators hitting .349 and leading the team in HR's. This was the offseason that immediately preceded 1947 when he became the first black player to play in the AL.

I know that contracts are not everyone's cup of tea, but when I think of integration, I often think of the contracts as a hugely significant part. And winterball in PR was incredibly popular for players who were locked out of the American/National leagues.
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