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He led the NL in 1902 with six HRs, all inside-the-park scampers, and tied with Sam Crawford for the league lead in triples with 22. Wee Tommy was a motor-scooter.

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My favorite misspelled vintage card...an E220 National Caramel of Jim Bagbyk (Bagby).

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C46 gave him measles and misspelled his name.
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Mike does too...in fact they are so large they couldn't completely fit them in on the card.

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A Diamond Star for Jim Bottomley's birthday.
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Default 1914-1915 Cracker Jack Chick Gandil

Charles A. "Chick" Gandil. First baseman for the Washington Senators in 1912-1915. 1,176 hits and 151 stolen bases in 9 MLB seasons. 1917 World Series champion. He led AL first baseman in fielding percentage 4 times. He debuted with the Chicago White Sox in 1910.

His best season was 1913 with Washington as he posted a .363 OBP with 72 RBI's and 22 stolen bases in 603 plate appearances. He finished his career with the Chicago White Sox in 1917-1919. He is best known as the "ring leader" of the players involved in the 1919 Black Sox scandal.

From 1912 to 1915 the right-handed Gandil starred for the Washington Senators, leading the club in runs batted in three times and batting .293. In the field Gandil paced American League first sackers in fielding percentage four times and in assists three times.

But his incessant smoking annoyed Clark Griffith, so before the 1916 season he was sold to Cleveland for $7,500. Fortunately for us, this was right after these cards were made picturing Gandil in a Washington uniform.

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Ed, I've enjoyed seeing your collection of D310s. Here is my type card for this set:
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Ed, I see your D310 Kostner, and I raise you a D310 Madden.

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Default E135 Collins-McCarthy Eddie Foster

Edward C. "Eddie" Foster. Third baseman with the Washington Senators in 1912-1919. 1,490 hits and 195 stolen bases in 13 MLB seasons. His career OBP was .329. He debuted with the New York Highlanders in 1910. His first season in Washington was one of his best as he posted a .345 OBP with 98 runs scored and 27 stolen bases in 682 plate appearances. His final season was with the St. Louis Browns in 1922-1923.

One of Foster’s specialties was the hit-and-run. He worked at bat control and could hit to either field, and he had speed, six times in his eight years with Washington stealing 20 or more bases. Hugh Jennings, then managing the Detroit Tigers, said in mid-1915, “There is only one out-and-out reliable hit and run batter in the American League. That is Eddie Foster.”

Foster was only 49 when he died, having suffered a fatal and somewhat mysterious (and ultimately, ironic) accident. He was found by the side of the road at around 2 a.m. on the rainy morning of January 7, 1937, about a half-mile from his car – which had crashed through a billboard about 20 feet off the Washington-Baltimore road. The family initially theorized that he might have been robbed by a hitchhiker (he often gave rides to hitchhikers); his billfold was found empty and he had suffered a blow to the head.

He was in a coma and died of a fractured skull on the 15th at Casualty Hospital in Washington. Police later concluded that the master of the hit-and-run play had died of injuries suffered in a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident.

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He led the NL in 1902 with six HRs, all inside-the-park scampers, and tied with Sam Crawford for the league lead in triples with 22. Wee Tommy was a motor-scooter.

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David, I "call" your Western Playground with this example.
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Another new arrival for my collection. 1934 World Wide Gum
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And 'The Babe' doesn't look any too happy about it.
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So I posted Ed.
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Thankfully someone came along and stitched up (with tape) this E101 Tinker so that its ready to go back out onto the battlefield.

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Great thread...Here's one...
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Keeping with the Zeenut/PCL theme
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I fold. Nice Buck!

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Fun to see yet another ungraded big boy.

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Great "Joe's" Ian & Larry.

I'll see your Weaver and raise you some "Moore"...

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Moore Leach!

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Man, Joe D Zeenuts, E100s, a D310 I need, and of course some amazing Western Playgrounds. What a great week.
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Those Western playgrounds are something else. I have a suspicion that when I read an AH description that's says "Ultra Rare", "1 of 10 known copies", "1st type sighting in a decade", etc. that all the other examples are owned by members here.
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two e100's? Seaton was a bit of a bad boy in the PCl
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Earl H. Yingling. Pitcher with the Washington Senators in 1918. 25 wins and a 3.22 ERA in 5 MLB seasons. He debuted with the Cleveland Naps in 1911. In 1913 with the Brooklyn Dodgers/Superbas, he posted an 8-8 record with a 2.58 ERA in 146.2 innings pitched.

Over four seasons (1911-1914) Yingling appeared in 89 MLB games playing for three different teams. The Cincinnati Reds got off to a fast start in 1914 and Yingling was in the thick of it, but both Yingling and the team had a poor finish to the season and when the team tried to send him to Salt Lake for the 1915 season, he refused to go.

One thing led to another and Washington acquired his rights before the 1917 season. Yingling promptly announced his retirement. After the 1917 season, he changed his mind, was reinstated, and went to spring training with the Washington team.

He made 5 appearances for Washington in 1918 before he was drafted. He never made it back to MLB. But, his time in Washington was sufficient to result in this card showing Yingling wearing a Washington uniform and featuring an advertisement for Boston Store.

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Rowan vomits at the thought of being remembered mainly as a T205 short print.

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I will call him...Mini-Lefty

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Hey, I have a W517 I can play...



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Warren H. "Curly" Ogden. Pitcher with the Washington Senators in 1924-1926. 18 wins in 5 MLB seasons. Served as "decoy" starting pitcher in Game 7 of the 1924 World Series. He was removed after two batters -- an early example of an "opener".

He debuted with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1922-1924. His best season was probably 1924 with Washington as he posted a 9-5 record with a 2.58 ERA in 108 innings pitched.

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1930 N-Unc (Baguer Chocolate) by Greg Martin, on Flickr
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Old 04-27-2021, 04:34 PM
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