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Sometimes you win, Sometimes you lose, Sometimes you break even ... in theory

About a month ago I located on eBay a lot of cards that I thought might have a nice return for me. The auction was poorly titled and clear as day in the pictures was what appeared to be a 1963 Topps Mickey Mantle. 402 more words

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Braves trade Hank Aaron to Milwaukee (November 2, 1974)

On November 2, 1974, the Atlanta Braves trade Hank Aaron to the Brewers for Dave May and Roger Alexander. The move allows the all-time career home run champ to finish his career in Milwaukee, the city in which he started in the majors. 192 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

This Day in Milwaukee Brewers History - Robin Yount Retires

On February 11, 1994, the Milwaukee Brewers and Robin Yount held a press conference to announce his retirement from baseball.  Murray Chass of The New York Times aptly called it the “end of a quiet but glamorous career.” 802 more words

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Another happy birthday to the great Hank Aaron! Here are some of our favorite modern 'Hammer' baseball cards

The “Hammerin’ Hank” Aaron turned 84 years old today and to commemorate his birthday, we selected three of his baseball cards from the modern era. 51 more words


Hall of Famer Chipper Jones is one of a handful of players in Atlanta Braves history to win MVP Award

Players in Atlanta Braves history to win MVP Award

Dale Murphy. Terry Pendleton. Chipper Jones. With John Evers, Robert Elliot and Hank Aaron claiming their Most Valuable Player honors in other cities (Milwaukee or Boston), Atlanta’s four MVP Awards arrived in a 17-year span. 65 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Some great vintage baseball cards on the auction block for Throwback Thursday! Aaron, Mantle, Maris

There are some pretty impressive cards from back in the day that are up for auction.

We found a few and they all end today. 40 more words