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  • #31
    It Was Only A Matter Of Time Before Performance Enhancers Entered The Thread !

    Oh Mick, say it ain't so !

    "dextrose ... gives you the strength and power you need"
    Yum.

    I think Maris is suspect also. How else to explain 61 ?

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    • #32
      Just Ruth

      1930's
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      1930's
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      the "King of Swat" uniform itself
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      the uniform company
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      1928 counter top display
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      • #33
        Great stuff - I never would have thought about a baseball glove coming in a box.

        Especially liked the tobacco box of the Louisville Cubs.

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        • #34
          Well, here's another boxed glove -
          [ATTACH]36525[/ATTACH]

          1935, uniform box -
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          and the "play suit"
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          store counter-top display, 1934
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          1935
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          • #35
            Reg-gie pushing a car parts manufacturer
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            1970's - think it developed any big leaguers ?
            [ATTACH]36534[/ATTACH]

            1960's, softball size is kind of big
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            1970's, except this one isn't approved by Major Leaguers like Pete's
            [ATTACH]36536[/ATTACH]

            Warren Spahn and what looks like the crapiest toy ever made 1950's
            [ATTACH]36537[/ATTACH]

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            • #36
              Cap Anson, 1897 for keeping score at games
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              1910 - Sam Crawford
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              1910 -
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              1918 Cristy Mathewson baseball board game
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              Cap Anson, about 1900 - Ginger Beer. The story is this never made it to market. The original shipment was being stored in his basement and the freezing winter temperatures made almost every bottle explode.
              [ATTACH]36568[/ATTACH]
              Last edited by whoisonit; 02-27-2008, 05:58 AM.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by whoisonit View Post

                1970's, except this one isn't approved by Major Leaguers like Pete's
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                I had a Thurman Munson one from the late 70's. The store that sold it kept thew Wiffle Balls with his picture in stock for 5-7 years after his death.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by whoisonit View Post

                  1935
                  [ATTACH]36529[/ATTACH]
                  Is it me, or does it look like Diz is flipping us off?

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                  • #39
                    Nap Lajoie
                    Attached Files

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                    • #40
                      I remember when Jim Palmer and Earl Weaver did an underwear ad together. Palmer did a bunch of them, but one in particular was with his manager. I couldn't find a photo though.

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                      • #41
                        mid-late 1960's Mantle endorsed the entire line of Fedtro electronic products.
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                        Mickey Mantle & Roger Maris radio 1962
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                        1960
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                        Yoo Hoo was around since the 1920's. Berra became friends with the owner in the 50's and not only endorsed it himself, enlisted teamates throughout the years, mostly Mantle. Within a short period Yoo Hoo became a household name. Gotta love Skowron's trade ruining the ad.
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                        • #42
                          Bob Feller radio 1936
                          bobfellerradio36.jpg

                          in store display, in 3D
                          dodgers.jpg

                          1947 - in store display for black neighborhoods only
                          jackierobinson47.jpg

                          withdrawnbaseballmaury.gif

                          splinterrootbeer.jpg

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                          • #43
                            1948 - the 'box' was a baseball for both watches
                            babewatches1948.jpg

                            babewatchclose.jpg

                            babepocketwatch.jpg

                            a Ruth radio - also from 1948
                            baberadio1948.jpg

                            late 1920's
                            babesoap.jpg

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