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  • Rare Ty Cobb pictures

    Well since there's a Rare Babe Ruth picture thread, I've decided to make a Rare Ty Cobb picture thread.

    Masters Invitational Golf Tournament: Augusta, Georgia: Ty with Bobby Jones


    Ty against a White Sox team, 1907-09.


    Ty Cobb sliding towards Frank Baker of the Phil. A's, 1909-12


    Ty Cobb with a dog: At home in Atherton, CA, February, 1953


    Ty Cobb teaching the art of swinging


    Ty Cobb posing: 1910


    Ty Cobb and Lajoie: 1910-12, Bennett Park


    Ty Cobb and Navin: April 25, 1913: Ending his holdout and signing with Frank Navin.


    Eddie Collins, Lena Blackburne, Ty Cobb: 1915


    Ty Cobb with a young fan


    I'm sure Ty Cobb experts has already seen all these pictures, but I still wanted to make a new thread about it. Hopefully you guys don't get mad me for doing so. Hopefully you enjoy them as well, because I sure do. I'm a huge fan of Ty Cobb by the way, second favorite player after Babe Ruth, which my grandfather saw both of them play, he's so lucky.

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    Here are some Ty Cobb photos I've found.

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      Ty Cobb Day celebration, May 10, 1924, Navin Field. Detroit dignitaries presented Ty with a set of classical books.


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        Ty Cobb, Detroit, and Joe Jackson, Cleveland, standing alongside each other, each holding bats, 1913

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          Ty Cobb safe at third after making a triple, 8/16/24, Griffith Park.

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            1917

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              Ty Cobb visits Christy Mathewson, New York, NL during 1911 World Series.

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                  Great shots of TY!! My god, Dosen't Cobb look just like his dog in that one photo!
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                    Thanks for the welcome William. I've been browsing these forums for a month before joining and I've read a lot of your messages, and you seem to know a lot about Ty Cobb. I wish my grandfather was still alive, he knew a lot about him as well, and I would of told him about these forums. I remember when I was younger he told me a lot of stories about Ty Cobb, he said that he was such joy to watch. He saw him play over 20 times, I'm so jealous. He took a picture of Ty Cobb at a game he went to, but his house burned down and all his baseball pictures got burnt down. It's ashame because they were incredible pictures, and I'm sure you guys would enjoy them a whole lot.

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                          Originally posted by locke40
                          Ty Cobb safe at third after making a triple, 8/16/24

                          Why are the left field stands empty? What team is Cobb and the Tigers playing in this photo?
                          Strikeouts are boring! Besides that, they're fascist. Throw some ground balls - it's more democratic.-Crash Davis

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                            On Saturday 8/16/1924 the Tigers were playing in Washington. Going into that game, the Tigers were a half game behind the Yankees, and the Nats were in third, 2 games out. My guess is that the stands were empty because the fans were waiting for Sunday when Walter Johnson would be pitching.

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                              Originally posted by EdTarbusz
                              On Saturday 8/16/1924 the Tigers were playing in Washington. Going into that game, the Tigers were a half game behind the Yankees, and the Nats were in third, 2 games out.
                              Nice work Ed.

                              Here is another of the great Ty Cobb. Honus Wagner, Pittsburgh NL and Ty Cobb, Detroit AL, 1909.

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