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Hitting Streaks And The DiMaggios

I doubt “The DiMaggio greatness,” no matter the “form,” at this point, was worried about a fine young Boston Red Sox player Jackie Bradley Jr., whose hitting streak was snapped at 29 games yesterday, breaking Joe DiMaggio’s record 56 game hitting streak. 87 more words

A trip to LCS for supplies leads to purchase of vintage rookies

So earlier today I was taking pictures of some autographs in my collection and noticed that I still needed about 30 single-screw cases for a project I’m working on. 229 more words

Rookie Cards

What if We'd Given Military-Service and Negro League Credit?

As you may know our rules preclude us from issuing credit to players who went to war. Where the Hall of Merit requires some adjustment from its voters for wartime service, and where the Hall of Fame has obviously made mental adjustments, we took a different path. 2,963 more words


HOF'er Bobby Doerr 97 and Still Signing Autographs

In all my years of collecting baseball memorabilia, I have always tried to obtain items that mean something to me personally and that have a sense of ‘story’ behind them.   472 more words

Card Show Review: Big Game Hunting

I set some lofty goals for myself before going to this card show, and while I wasn’t able to cross every one off my list, I do feel like I found some great cards. 795 more words

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Meet Daniel Norris: The Baseball Player You Want As Your BFF

Daniel Norris was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the second round of the 2011 draft (74th overall). He has a 17-19 overall record in the minors and a 3.92 ERA. 264 more words