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Seriously, sometimes things just find you if you look long enough.
I've been looking for ANY WaJo 1912 win ticket seemingly forever and then this guy showed up.
As they say, better be lucky than good!
C'mon Scott, seriously, you found a treasure map in an old library and in the process of following it to the ticket you had to battle bad guys and snakes. I find that much more believable. LOL
Great find either way my friend.
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C'mon Scott, seriously, you found a treasure map in an old library and in the process of following it to the ticket you had to battle bad guys and snakes. I find that much more believable. LOL
Great find either way my friend.
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Speaking of interesting tickets.

I have this up on Ebay along with some others.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/18465060451...84.m1555.l2649

I had never heard of this game until I researched it more. (only 1 currently graded by PSA - Press Pass)

It featured an Old Timers Game with Rogers Hornsby (who was a KKK member) playing against some Negro Leaguers, one being John Donaldson who pitched against Black Sox players Happy Felsch and Swede Risberg in the 1920's after they were banned from Baseball. Some say he was among the greatest of all Negro League pitchers. 33 years pitching. 413 wins. 5,081 strikeouts. 14 no-hitters. Two perfect games. 22 strikeouts during a game in August 1914.

http://www.attheplate.com/wcbl/1925_1i.html

and this one actually has footage of him pitching:

https://www.mlb.com/news/the-amazing...tive%20decades.


And if that isn't enough it that day at Wrigley the ballgirl was Marilyn Monroe!

https://sabr.org/gamesproj/game/july...-future-stars/

Just a really unique Ticket from so many angles. Also, have other unique Tickets {'27 yankees, etc) up ending tomorrow (Thurs night) for any Ticket Collectors check 'em out!
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Thanks for the research!

Here is a punched fan admission ticket.
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Very nice!
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Default Lew Alcindor/Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tickets

I picked up some interesting Lew Alcindor/Kareem Abdul-Jabbar tickets recently. A couple when he played for John Wooden at UCLA and a few where he played with Oscar Robertson.

1966-12-10 #7 Duke 87 (Bob Verga, Mike Lewis) at #1 UCLA 107 (Coach: John Wooden, Lew Alcindor, Lucius Allen)
- Lew Alcindor scores 38 points - UCLA would go on to have a 30-0 Record, Winning the National Championship

1968 NCAA Finals 4th National Championship for UCLA who beat North Carolina 78Ė55
- Most Outstanding Player: Lew Alcindor scores 35 points

1970-11-27: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 33, Willis Reed 34
1971-12-04: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 41/23, Oscar Robertson 17, Bob Love 27
1971-12-19: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 34, Oscar Robertson 17, Wes Unseld 14
1972-02-17: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 34, Lucius Allen 23, Tiny Archibald 30
1973-11-07: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 21/22, Oscar Robertson 11, Pat Riley 18, Gail Goodrich 4
1973-11-22: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 20, Lucius Allen 27, Oscar Robertson 20, Walt Frazier 30

Game A (Game 2 of 1971 Finals)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 27 pts, 24 rebs -- Oscar Robertson: 22 pts, 6 rebs, 10 ast
Wes Unseld: 13 pts, 20 rebs, 4 ast -- Earl Monroe: 11 pts, 2 rebs, 6 ast

Game 6 (Game 1 of 1974 Finals)
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 35 pts, 14 rebs -- Oscar Robertson: 6 pts, 6 rebs, 8 ast
John Havlicek: 26 pts, 8 rebs, 4 ast -- Dave Cowens: 19 pts, 17 rebs, 7 ast
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Full ticket from May 28, 1996 when Cal Ripken Jr. homered three times in Seattle (only time in his career):


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Tommy John's last win before undergoing.....Tommy John Surgery
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Not a high price ticket, but a cool piece of baseball history Sept. 28th 1995 Expos pitcher Greg Harris beomes the 1st pitcher in the 20th Century to pitch both right-handed and left-handed in the same game, The last Pitcher before Greg was Tony Mullane in 1893.
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Old 03-23-2021, 07:09 AM
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Default 1953 St. Louis Browns season pass- Bobo Holloman no-hitter

Many thanks to net54's David Shakir for finding this 1953 St. Louis Browns season pass for me.

In addition to this being the final year of the St. Louis Browns organization before their move to Baltimore, this also was the year that Bobo Holloman pitched a no-hitter in his 1st ML start.

Bobo Holloman's no-hitter IMHO ranks as the most unlikely to ever have been pitched. Holloman won only 3 games in 1953 before being assigned to Toronto, never to return to the ML.

Only a miserly 2,473 fans attended this game due to nasty weather.
The weather was actually so bad that Bill Veeck, master promoter and owner of the Brownie's, offered to let the fans that braved the weather to attend any other 1953 Browns game for free.
I suspect that in order to attend this bonus game, that a fan would have had to surrender their ticket to Holloman's no-hitter on May 6th as proof that they were actually there.

In any case, Holloman's no-hitter ticket has been ever-elusive in my quest to find every no-hit ticket post WWII.
This pass in of itself is rare, and will provide a nice placeholder in my no-hit ticket collection until I can find an actual ticket to this game.

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Many thanks to net54's David Shakir for finding this 1953 St. Louis Browns season pass for me.

Wait a minute... a season ticket in 1953 was only fifty cents?!

What am I missing here?
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Wait a minute... a season ticket in 1953 was only fifty cents?!

What am I missing here?
Gary,
I'm assuming that the pass was issued as a complimentary pass (friend of the owner, etc.) but legally certain taxes/fees still needed to be collected.
BTW, complimentary annual passes are not super unusual as I have seen others from other teams as well.
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I'm assuming that the pass was issued as a complimentary pass (friend of the owner, etc.) but legally certain taxes/fees still needed to be collected.
BTW, complimentary annual passes are not super unusual as I have seen others from other teams as well.
When I do settlements at concerts I often need include taxes due on the complimentary tickets that were issued for the show as an expense.
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Just picked this one up. Career win number 160 for Catfish Hunter.
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Here are two pickups of rather pedestrian tickets. Well they arenít pedestrian to me. As stated earlier 1971 Houston and San Diego Stubs are very difficult to come by. In five years these are the only two I have added to my collection. The seller of the Padres stub has since sold two other 1971 Pirates at San Diego stubs. I was an under bidder on both. The prices were so ridiculous even though I needed them I couldnít justify spending the money. I included a screenshot of that silliness.
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If you have any 1971 Pirate regular season game stubs (home or away games) please let me know what have!

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Here are two pickups of rather pedestrian tickets. Well they arenít pedestrian to me. As stated earlier 1971 Houston and San Diego Stubs are very difficult to come by. In five years these are the only two I have added to my collection. The seller of the Padres stub has since sold two other 1971 Pirates at San Diego stubs. I was an under bidder on both. The prices were so ridiculous even though I needed them I couldnít justify spending the money. I included a screenshot of that silliness.
Ouch. Someone collecting Clemente hit tickets? Like you said, a pedestrian game/games but if they don't come up often then the bidding often gets out of hand.
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It is ridiculous at times. I just purchased this full ticket for Willie Statgellís last homer. It was his 475th and is the Pirate franchise record. It cost half of what the Padres stub sold for.
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It is ridiculous at times. I just purchased this full ticket for Willie Statgellís last homer. It was his 475th and is the Pirate franchise record. It cost half of what the Padres stub sold for.
It depends what all happened in the game and if someone else collects whatever happened. I just sold a Clemente HR stub and I know there is a woman who collects all Clemente HR tickets so there is that also.
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She must be the culprit. Itís an odd way to collect Clemente.
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Default Virgil Trucks 1st no-hitter ticket

I recently was able to scratch off one of only four remaining post-1940 no-hitter tickets that are on my want list.
To be honest, this ticket was one that I was doubtful that I ever would find due to the extremely low attendance.
It's the only known example of this ticket in the hobby that I am aware of after collecting this theme for over 45 years.

Only a small handful of pitchers (6) in MLB history have been able to pitch TWO no-hitters in the same season.
In 1952, Detroit pitcher Virgil Trucks was the third to accomplish this feat, joining Johnny "Double No Hit" Vander Meer (1938) and Allie Reynolds (1951). Another 21 years would pass until HOF'er Nolan Ryan would join this trio in his historic 1973 season.


On May 15th, 1952 only a scant 2,215 fans attended the Tigers game at Briggs Stadium between the hometown Tigers and the visiting Washington Senators.

Alabama native Virgil "Fire" Trucks was masterful in this game striking out 7 Nats, with his only blemish being a walk that he surrendered in the 8th inning to Nats catcher Kluttz.
The game was a scoreless tie until the 9th inning, when Detroit's Dick Wertz hit a walk-off homer to send the loyal Tiger fans home with huge smiles.
Final score: DET-1 WASH-0

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I recently was able to scratch off one of only four remaining post-1940 no-hitter tickets that are on my want list.
To be honest, this ticket was one that I was doubtful that I ever would find due to the extremely low attendance.
It's the only known example of this ticket in the hobby that I am aware of after collecting this theme for over 45 years.

Only a small handful of pitchers (6) in MLB history have been able to pitch TWO no-hitters in the same season.
In 1952, Detroit pitcher Virgil Trucks was the third to accomplish this feat, joining Johnny "Double No Hit" Vander Meer (1938) and Allie Reynolds (1951). Another 21 years would pass until HOF'er Nolan Ryan would join this trio in his historic 1973 season.


On May 15th, 1952 only a scant 2,215 fans attended the Tigers game at Briggs Stadium between the hometown Tigers and the visiting Washington Senators.

Alabama native Virgil "Fire" Trucks was masterful in this game striking out 7 Nats, with his only blemish being a walk that he surrendered in the 8th inning to Nats catcher Kluttz.
The game was a scoreless tie until the 9th inning, when Detroit's Dick Wertz homered to send the Tigers hometown fans happy.
Final score: DET-1 WASH-0
That is a beauty Scott! Congrats!!
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Congrats Scott. That's one of the one's I saw come up that I haven't seen before. I was going to ask you if you already had it, but you usually do. LOL
Glad you were able to pick it up.
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Thanks Matthew & Mike!
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A few fully dated Babe Ruth Tickets
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Added to my Catfish Hunter win tickets by picking up this one from 4/21/67 for career win #19. Only 7,729 in attendance so I thought I'd better grab it.
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Given the great tickets I've seen in this thread, I'm almost embarrassed to post this, but here it goes. It's my first ever baseball ticket but otherwise isn't noteworthy. I'm a card guy who has dabbled in other ephemera. Joe D. had a hit and the Yanks beat Washington in 10 innings. I could easily get hooked on these things and perhaps corresponding programs/score cards.
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I could easily get hooked on these things and perhaps corresponding programs/score cards.
Those are all great things. Welcome to the club.
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Given the great tickets I've seen in this thread, I'm almost embarrassed to post this, but here it goes. It's my first ever baseball ticket but otherwise isn't noteworthy. I'm a card guy who has dabbled in other ephemera. Joe D. had a hit and the Yanks beat Washington in 10 innings. I could easily get hooked on these things and perhaps corresponding programs/score cards.
No need to apologize, Robert. It's all good!
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This arrived today. Iíve been wanting a full 1971 Game 7 WS ticket for awhile. I purchased this raw blue ticket on eBay a couple of days ago. Today this huge slabbed SGC ticket arrived instead. Iím not complaining but it wasnít what I was expecting. I guess you donít look a gift slab in the cert. so to speak?
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I have a couple of 1988 World Series game 1 full and stubs. I’m planning to get two of them autographed by Kirk Gibson. One is a full ticket that has a couple of creases. I’m deciding between the other nicer full ticket or a stub.

What would make more sense having two full tickets autographed or one full + one stub?

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I'd go with the full tickets. He is an expensive signer. Somewhere I saw he has an upcoming signing and his base fee for cards and balls was like $125.
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84 of 153 regular season stubs (55%), 14 of 14 1971 ALCS, NLCS , and World Series stubs (100%)

If you have any 1971 Pirate regular season game stubs (home or away games) please let me know what have!
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Old 04-24-2021, 09:06 AM
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Just picked this one up. Career win number 160 for Catfish Hunter.
What's an "audit stub?"
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Old 04-24-2021, 10:04 AM
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What's an "audit stub?"
The audit stub was the portion of the ticket that the usher would tear off and keep for accounting purposes.
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The audit stub was the portion of the ticket that the usher would tear off and keep for accounting purposes.
Thanks, don't think I've seen that on a ticket before.
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Old 04-24-2021, 02:21 PM
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Someone posted in this thread the first game that Ted Williams managed for the Senators, here are the tickets to the last game he managed as the Senators skipper.

My sister and her boyfriend at the time went to this game. The stadium was also handing out Ted Williams My Turn At Bat paperbacks at the game. My sister taped the tickets to the back of the book after the game.

She knew that I wanted them and one day about 5 - 6 years ago, I got this for a Christmas present. While I'd like to remove them from the book, I believe they will just stay where they are.

Cheers,
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Thanks, don't think I've seen that on a ticket before.
Mike is absolutely correct, Hank.
Look at it as the portion of the ticket that would not be handed back to the patron when the full ticket was torn.
Generally speaking, these are considered to be less valuable than the patron stub by most collectors.
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Someone posted in this thread the first game that Ted Williams managed for the Senators, here are the tickets to the last game he managed as the Senators skipper.

My sister and his boyfriend at the time went to this game. The stadium was also handing out Ted Williams My Turn At Bat paperbacks at the game. My sister taped the tickets to the back of the book after the game.

She knew that I wanted them and one day about 5 - 6 years ago, I got this for a Christmas present. While I'd like to remove them from the book, I believe they will just stay where they are.

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That's great. They must have memories of the fans running onto the field and the resulting forfeit. Quite a night.
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I remember listening to the game on the radio. The Senators were winning until the fans ran the field late in the 9th inning and started ripping the place apart. A fitting end to the jack wagon that was Bob Short. Dude stole my team and took them to Texas.

Some thing can never be forgiven. Until the Nationals won a World Series I never thought I would see in my lifetime!!!! I still hate Bob Short but still have the memories.

First in war, first in peace, last in the American League East! WOOT!!
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I remember listening to the game on the radio. The Senators were winning until the fans ran the field late in the 9th inning and started ripping the place apart. A fitting end to the jack wagon that was Bob Short. Dude stole my team and took them to Texas.

Some thing can never be forgiven. Until the Nationals won a World Series I never thought I would see in my lifetime!!!! I still hate Bob Short but still have the memories.

First in war, first in peace, last in the American League East! WOOT!!
Senators radio broadcast by the late Ron Menchine, who was quite a baseball memorabilia collector and noted expert on vintage baseball postcards.
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My sister ended up giving me all of her Senators game stubs. I even got the 69 All-Star game stub from her too. I loved the intro to the Senators radio games. Shelby Whitfield and Ron Menchine along with a punk sports caster from WTOP, Warner Wolf. Those were the days.
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Mike is absolutely correct, Hank.
Look at it as the portion of the ticket that would not be handed back to the patron when the full ticket was torn. Generally speaking, these are considered to be less valuable than the patron stub by most collectors.
Thanks, Scott. Have you seen many tickets with those words on them? Did many teams label them as such?
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Old 04-25-2021, 01:45 PM
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I wish I had full unused tickets but I like this 1948 World Series set.
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Thanks, Scott. Have you seen many tickets with those words on them? Did many teams label them as such?
Hank,
Very few teams have labeled tickets with the words audit stub (although there are at least a couple that I can think of) and none have ever labeled them as a patron stub. The patron stub portion would have the info on it regarding "rain check", which is what they would need to get a ticket for another game should the game get rained out.
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Orel Hershiser breaks the consecutive scoreless innings streak ticket.

Anybody have 1988 Dodgers tickets for sale?
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Orel Hershiser breaks the consecutive scoreless innings streak ticket.

Anybody have 1988 Dodgers tickets for sale?
Cool ticket, I have this one.....in the 6th inning Orel Hershiser starts his record streak of 59 consecutive scoreless innings. NFS
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Cool ticket, I have this one.....in the 6th inning Orel Hershiser starts his record streak of 59 consecutive scoreless innings. NFS
Very nice, Guy! That's a historic record.
Can't be many of these babies floating around. Nice pickup!
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