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  1. #981

    Vintage St Louis Cardinals #2

    Another nice cigar poster
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  2. #982

    1940's Stan Musial

    Great shot of the Man in WW2 wearing his uniform.
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  3. #983

    Ty Cobb as player/manager

    Nice shot of the Ol Georgia Peach.
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  4. #984

    Lou Gehrig headline

    Fun photo featuring Gehrig headline.
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  5. #985

    Heavy Hitter!!

    Now this is the guy you want hitting cleanup!!
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  6. #986
    In that Cobb picture...

    is it me or do the bats look extremely long? I know they used heavier bats, but I didn't think they were longer. It seems like it would be tougher to make contact. I guess that's why everyone choked up

  7. #987
    Double Post!

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    #849 Ray Washburn, Nelson Briles, Steve Carlton and Bob Gibson

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    "NUFF SAID" McGreevey is at the right side in photo #157

  10. #990
    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Dont know who the 2 other guys are.
    L-R: Lou Gehrig, Herb Pennock, Babe Ruth, Rube Walberg, 1934.
    I have seen this photo in the past where it was identified as being in 1933, and the Red Sox players as Smead Jolley (L) and Dale Alexander, two pretty good country hitters. Opposing pitchers did't pose much with Ruth and Gehrig, and they wouldn't have bats in the photo.

    fyi,

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by feldgrau1418 View Post
    I have seen this photo in the past where it was identified as being in 1933, and the Red Sox players as Smead Jolley (L) and Dale Alexander, two pretty good country hitters.
    fyi,
    Bob
    You're correct. I have an autographed version that confirms this.
    I'll post the larger, edited version soon.

  12. #992

    '42 Browns

    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Again I have no clue to their names
    (L-R) Vern Stephens, Red McQuillan, Don Gutteridge, Frank Biscan and Al Hollingsworth.

    Bob

  13. #993
    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Dont know the other player
    That's Wally Berger on the left.

  14. #994
    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Jimmie Dykes, 1959-60, when he managed Detroit.
    This looks to me like a 1925-26 style road jersey (compare with the Carl Hubbell photo in Tiger uniform in post#500), and this player looks like Harry Heilmann.

    Bob
    Last edited by feldgrau1418; 01-22-2014 at 08:05 AM.

  15. #995
    With Joe are Charlie Keller, Jake Powell, Tommy Henrich and George Selkirk (L-R)
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    Nice group of players including Joe Dimaggio from 1939.

  16. #996
    Quote Originally Posted by Babefan View Post
    Reading the sporting News
    In #894 the Browns are reading the May 14, 1942 edition of TSN. Note the 1st war year patch known as the "Health" patch, also seen on some recycled uniforms even a couple years after it was replaced. Front row is Rick Ferrell, Luke Sewell, Fred Hofmann, Joe Grace; back row is Don Gutteridge, Al Hollingsworth, Roy Cullenbine and Bill Trotter.

    Bob

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    What a collection!!!
    This week's Giant

    # 20 in games played as a Giant with 1116, Will "The Thrill" Clark


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