Lou Gehrig Plays Sandlot Baseball 1927
The Iron Horse Takes Some Time To Play With The Boys After the New York Yankees swept the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1927 World Series, Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig went on a barnstorming tour across the country. This news photograph’s caption reads: Back To Sandlot Days Los Angeles- Lou Gehrig, Yankee slugger, is shown […]
Maz and Clemente by Les Banos
Les Banos was the long-time team photographer for the Pittsburgh Pirates. A retrospective of his work from the early 1970s focusing on the great Roberto Clemente is going on at the Pittsburgh Regional History Center. I think the photos there were amazing and I focused on this one because Bill Mazeroski (on the left) was my mom's all-time favorite player while Roberto (on the right) was mine. Arribe Arribe. Photo copyright Les Banos 1972.
1967 Topps Steve Carlton #146 Baseball - VCP Price Guide
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1963 Topps Tommy Davis #310 Baseball - VCP Price Guide
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maury wills gets his due and you could too
i spent a couple of hours this weekend finishing up a project that has been sitting idle for a couple of years. i, like many dodger fans who collect baseball cards, have long been disgusted that this 1967 topps card is the first official wills card in the topps catalog. it's a high number, and my copy is creased and worn since that's the only way i was able to purchase one. will's second card is from the 1968 set, and is much easier to find. sadly, he's still a pirate. he's still wearing a…
LOS ANGELES DODGERS 1967 print Vintage Baseball Poster | Etsy
THIS DOES NOT COME FRAMED. Want this printed on wrapped canvas? Message us for a quote! This amazing piece is an enlarged replica of a 1967 LOS ANGELES DODGERS program! If you love baseball, this is for you! We use professional grade, thick (235 gram), 100 year archival quality canvas paper, with a
#Shortstops: Letters from Ty Cobb
Leroy Jacobsen of Oak Park, Ill., wrote to Ty Cobb and got a reply from in May 1953, written in his signature green ink. In it, Cobb gives his opinions on the state of baseball at the time.
Classic Sporting News covers of Baseball Hall of Famers
Classic Sporting News covers featuring players and managers whose career landed them in Cooperstown.