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I always thought the Byram was an odd D310 card. Beside having closed eyes, it looks like he is about to conduct a scientific experiment that involves dropping a ball from 5 feet high.

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Even weirder when you look real close and see his eyes are actually open.
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Even weirder when you look real close and see his eyes are actually open.
Perhaps thou speaketh of me whom doth need open mine eyes.

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Might as well pump up the volume with this post (on a This is Spinal Tap scale of 1 to 11, my T205 card of Murray might just rate a 0).

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A fine pair of Beckers. I still need to get one with a gold border.
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I can't remember the time frame but I am pretty sure I bought this card at a show when I was old enough to know there was a T210 of Joe Jackson but did not know what it looked like (pre-Internet). I was sifting though a pile of T210s and thought I made a big score for my dollar.
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Default Ooh a T205 run

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Listed Names: Ebeir Dodge, Russell Lewis, Fred Hadley, Archie Mosher, Carl French, Freland Herricks, Willie Pollard, Harry Lowell, Carl Lowell, George Wright, Jake Hadley, Johnny Werich, Richard Herrick
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A couple of T's and an E card both players died in an insane asylum from the clap.
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So, there are a couple Sacramento cards that look odd other than the Byram. This is the oddest to me, it looks like the head and the body don’t belong together.
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1920 W-Unc Poster Card by Greg Martin, on Flickr


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So, there are a couple Sacramento cards that look odd other than the Byram. This is the oddest to me, it looks like the head and the body don’t belong together.
Nourse on that D310 almost looks as if the card producer blurred out his hand because he was giving us all the middle finger salute.

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Another unnaturally attractive Obak, this one a 1909 of Norm Brashear.

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Nourse on that D310 almost looks as if the card producer blurred out his hand because he was giving us all the middle finger salute.

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How about a T210 in honor of the latest find. Pepe is very excited!

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1904 Jeffries-Munroe Sporting Life 'W600' Cabinet Card. Only known example.
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Default V61 W572 E210 Three cards, one image Tom Zachary

J. Thompson "Tom" Zachary. Pitcher with the Washington Senators in 1919-1925 and 1927-1928. 1924 (Washington) and 1928 (New York Yankees) World Series champion. 186 wins and 23 saves in 19 MLB seasons. He debuted with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1918.

In Washington's AL pennant-winning 1924 season, he posted a 15-9 record with a 2.75 ERA in 202.2 innings pitched. He also won games 2 and 6 to lead Washington's 7-game World Series championship. In 1949 with the New York Yankees, he went 12-0, an MLB record that still stands for most wins without a loss in one season. He finished his career with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1936.

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In one of the greatest collegiate pitching duels ever waged, future major league pitchers Tom Zachary and George Murray faced off on April 6, 1918, at Guilford College. Murray was the star of North Carolina State University and would drive out four singles and steal a base against his opponent. Meanwhile Zachary collected two of his team’s six hits off Murray. The two men matched out for out over 16 innings. Murray amassed 20 strikeouts while Zachary fanned 14. The game, tied at 0-0, was finally halted after the 16th frame by the umpire, Sherwood Upchurch, on account of “haziness” even though the sun had not set. Many in the crowd of 700 were certain that Upchurch’s “appetite had run away with him and that he was no longer interested in baseball.”

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Another Nielson's
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[QUOTE=CobbSpikedMe;2103582]How about another Smith, colorized W572 version.





.........What are the odds that the same kid , a real St. Louis Cardinals fan , with a steady hand and a keen eye and access to a red crayon had , at one time , got hold of both these cards .???? .. ( this Beckett-Grader Puzzler is a 1931 Metropolitan Studio rookie issue of a lanky pitcher named Jerome Hanna Dean )

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Now you got ole Piano legs thinking....[QUOTE=MikeGarcia;2103597]
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.........What are the odds that the same kid , a real St. Louis Cardinals fan , with a steady hand and a keen eye and access to a red crayon had , at one time , got hold of both these cards .???? .. ( this Beckett-Grader Puzzler is a 1931 Metropolitan Studio rookie issue of a lanky pitcher named Jerome Hanna Dean )

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1920 Zeenut of camera shy Del Baker.

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Another great pose in the D310 set. Here is a different/interesting pose in another PCL set...the 1914 Zeenut of Gus Fisher.

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Another great pose in the D310 set. Here is a different/interesting pose in another PCL set...the 1914 Zeenut of Gus Fisher.

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That's a nice 2. Love that center panel.


1938 R329 (Clopay Foto Fun) by Greg Martin, on Flickr


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One of the best cards depicting the importance of stretching...1916 Zeenut of Charles Brown.

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Sometimes it seems that Zeenut cards need to be goofy in one way or other...here is a 1917 of Jerry Downs watching a popup go way, way up.

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But would Ty have swung on a pitch this high?

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You don’t see many blank backed cards in this set.
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I also don’t know how they cut the backs to be so much bigger than the fronts.
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I also don’t know how they cut the backs to be so much bigger than the fronts.
It seems like a good portion of my cards are like that, or sometimes the backs are smaller. Oddly enough, the fronts and backs of most other things in my life seem to match up.

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Hi Ho, Hi Ho
It's off to work we go

Cubbies doing their best Seven Dwarves imitation on Catalina Island, ca. 1937 or 1938.

Yeah, it's a snapshot but WTF, it's Friday.
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Old 05-21-2021, 12:41 PM
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And Friday deserves another goofy Zeenut, this one a do-si-do-ing 1919 Zeenut of Allen Conkwright.

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