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Old 05-30-2020, 05:12 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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