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Old 05-15-2021, 06:45 PM
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Default It's FATIMA time....time to post your T200 cards....let's see some of these 1913 gems

When is the last time we posted some T200's ? I think it's been quite a while, so I'll get this show started here......


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Old 05-15-2021, 07:28 PM
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Here's a St. Louis Americans
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Old 05-15-2021, 07:52 PM
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The Giants with Thorpe.
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Old 05-15-2021, 08:12 PM
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We have 13 of the 16 in our November auction. Sorry for the suspense.
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Sox & Phils
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When is the last time we posted some T200's ? I think it's been quite a while, so I'll get this show started here......


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Killer premium, Ted!
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Never noticed the collapsing pile of Phillies players. And imagine a team featuring Dolan, Doolan and Dooin...what a broadcaster's alliterative nightmare!

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I always liked the T200s, but prefer the difficulty of the other Fatima set (T222) more.



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Old 05-16-2021, 01:59 PM
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Nothing But Awesome work a 100 years ago!
In my Opinion this is a Very Strong Set to Collect if You wanting Superb Photos
of Hall of Famers & Stars from the PreWar era...

Cool Thread Ted ! (:
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Old 05-16-2021, 07:30 PM
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Default It's FATIMA time....time to post your T200 cards....let's see some of these 1913 gems

Hey guys,

Some really nice stuff on display in this thread......thanks for posting.

OK, so far we have Team cards of......

WASHINGTON AMERICANS
PHILADELPHIA AMERICANS
ST. LOUIS AMERICANS
NEW YORK NATIONALS
PHILADELPIA NATIONALS
BOSTON AMERICANS
CINCINNATI NATIONALS

Nine more to complete the 16 teams. So, keep posting them.


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Old 05-16-2021, 08:16 PM
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Here are all of the cards from my set, plus a large premium Washington I picked up in the Halper Auction which got me hooked on these cool cards. I originally wanted to complete the premium set but that is a tough task!
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Old 05-17-2021, 10:18 AM
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Love this set. Completed it a number of years ago and keep upgrading

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Old 05-17-2021, 12:19 PM
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1913 Washington Senators

The 1913 Washington Senators were coming off a second-place finish in 1912. The season began with the New York Times reporting that Clark Griffith had offered the Detroit owner an astounding $100,000 for Ty Cobb. Shirley Povich wrote that Griffith's plan was to sell 100,000 tickets for $1 each that could be used to attend any game that season. Newspaperman dismissed the rumors, reasoning that no ball player was worth $100,000.

The Senators were the best draw in the league that year -- the Altrock-and-Schaefer comedy team supplemented a competitive team (the Senators would again finish second in the AL at 90-64) and they featured one of the best draws in all of baseball in the lightening-fast Walter Johnson.

1913 was probably Johnson's greatest of all seasons. His 36-7 record and 1.14 ERA were his career best. His season included a scoreless streak of 55.2 innings (56 innings until a recent change in how such streaks are calculated stopped counting outs in the inning the streak is broken). The 55.2 consecutive scoreless innings was the MLB record (it is still the AL record) for 55 years until broken first by Drysdale and then by Hershiser and was the record Walter was most proud of.

Another recent revision in statistics also affects Walter. It began with one of the strangest games in baseball history on the last day of the 1913 season. With nothing at stake, Clark Griffith, then almost 44, decided to pitch an inning. The game was a farce, the players padding their averages and the umpires allowing four outs in one inning. Johnson, who had pitched his 12th shutout five days earlier for victory number 36, played center field, but relieved in the ninth and allowed a double, a triple, and two runs.

Those final two runs account for the difference in Walter's final reported ERA for 1913. For over 70 years his ERA stood at 1.09, until it was discovered that the results of the 1913 travesty had been left out. Once the two runs were included, his ERA rose to 1.14. As a result, when Bob Gibson posted a 1.12 ERA in 1968, he passed Johnson's record, although unbeknownst to anyone at the time, for the best-ever ERA in a single season.

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Old 05-18-2021, 09:51 AM
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George,

I enjoy reading these types of stories. Thanks.

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Old 05-19-2021, 06:54 PM
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Im jealous, Paul. Thought I was doing good with owning a copy of the Boston Nationals, I believe that is the scarcest of the set, am I correct? Your SGC 50 blows away my PSA 1 example currently for sale on eBay.

Great set youve got there!

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Old 05-20-2021, 04:07 AM
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Thanks, Phil. I bought these as a set, so I dont have card-hunting experience, though i know they are all hard to find in decent grades. But they look nice in lesser grades. The harsh technical assessments are just that. I have a second set that is likely much weaker in grade (its ungraded, and with the expense of grading will likely stay that way for now...) but I enjoy that too. And the large premium has a big crack...but looks awesome.

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Old 05-20-2021, 04:19 AM
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Yes, an upside down back.
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