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10 Posts, 10 Cards, 10 Books, 10 Songs (#4)
I had just about given up on finding Batman sketch cards on eBay. I check once a week or so and the same old stuff was there, most of it not close to being worth the asking prices. Then a few weeks back I saw that Nathan Parrish had put up a bunch of his wo...
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#28 Jim Busby
After excelling in football and baseball at TCU and (in the service) Jim Busby enjoyed a three-year climb thru the White Sox chain and then a 13-year career as a speedy, defensive-minded outfielder for five clubs. He did two tours with both the Orioles and ...
#28 Jim Busby
#28 Jim Busby
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#41 Barry Latman
Barry Latman  Chicago White Sox Career: Barry Latman's career peaked in 1961 when he was an All-Star for the Indians and fashioned a 13-5 recond for a club that was five games below .500 for the season. In all, he pitched for 11 years for the White Sox, Ind...
#41 Barry Latman
#41 Barry Latman
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10 Posts, 10 Cards, 10 Books, 10 Songs (#3)
My wife has been out of town most of the week so it was the perfect time for a crack party. Now hold on. It wasn't what you just thought. You see I've had about a dozen graded cards that need to be in my set binder kicking around my hobby room for months. T...
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#27 Bud Freeman
Bud Freeman pitched in the Red Sox system for seven seasons and got a few looks in Boston along the way. In 1955 he was sold to the Reds and he became their 'stopper' in an era that relievers toiled under the radar for the most part. In four years in Cincy,...
#27 Bud Freeman
#27 Bud Freeman
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#40 Joe Cunningham
Joe Cunningham  St. Louis Cardinals Career: Spent several years climbing thru the stacked Cardinals' system with an Army sting thrown in. His .284 average as a part-time starter in 1954 wasn't enough to earn his spot going forward and he returned to the maj...
#40 Joe Cunningham
#40 Joe Cunningham
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#26 Ron Jackson
The 6' 7" Michigan native was a dual sport (baseball/basketball) star at Kalamazoo High and later at Western Michigan. He was later inducted into the Halls of Fame of both entities.  He played six seasons for the White Sox as a back-up first baseman behind ...
#26 Ron Jackson
#26 Ron Jackson
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#39 Earl Averill
Earl Averill  Chicago Cubs Career: The son of Hall of Famer Earl Averill , this Averill played for five franchises over a seven year career. He was a 'platoon starter' in 1959 for the Cubs and in 1961/62 with the Angels where he had his best numbers.  In 19...
#39 Earl Averill
#39 Earl Averill
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10 Posts, 10 Cards, 10 Books, 10 Songs (#2)
This is a Dorman postcard featuring my Dad's favorite pitcher, Allie Reynolds . Love these Dormands. Just terrific photography. I have three others but they are all of Billy Pierce. I first bought a graded one which I never had the heart to un-crack. So I f...
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10 Posts, 10 Cards, 10 Books, 10 Songs
I enjoy cards, I enjoy books, I enjoy music. Nothing unique about that as I'm sure plenty of you do as well. Recently I've been going thru my hobby collection as I get ready to downsize it. By 'downsize' I mean organizing the good stuff and getting rid of t...
10 Posts, 10 Cards, 10 Books, 10 Songs
10 Posts, 10 Cards, 10 Books, 10 Songs
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