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Which dual autograph baseball card would you rather have?

We featured some amazing triple autograph baseball cards yesterday.

Today, we highlight several dual autograph baseball cards currently listed on eBay. And they’re all nicely graded featuring two amazing players past and present. 150 more words


Friday Flashback: Fan Interferences in Sports

When Umpire Joe West ruled Houston Astros’ potential home run from Jose Atuve to be out due to fan interference in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series the Astro fans were sure to join the list of infamous fans who have interfered with sporting events. 686 more words


Highlighting some amazing 2018 Topps Archive autograph baseball cards available online

One of the cooler sets to collect is the Topps Archive set featuring throwback designs, quirky inserts and of course the autograph cards.

Today, we feature some of the ones we like best that are currently available to buy on eBay – some of them labelled 1/1! 132 more words

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The Time Tunnel 1960-1989 Music & Events October 2

Welcome to The Time Tunnel, a time when life was full of ups and downs, and crazy turnarounds.  No matter who you are, or where you were raised everyone has their story… good, fair, or not so good but my mission is to brighten your days with music and historical events that you may have forgotten. 130 more words


The Braves set a club mark by hitting seven home runs -- August 3, 1967

The Braves set a club mark by hitting seven home runs, August 3, 1967, in a 10-3 victory over the Cubs with Tito Francona, Joe Torre (2), Clete Boyer (2), Denis Menke, and Hank Aaron all contributing to the record. 31 more words

Atlanta Braves (1966 - Present)

Doubleday Double Talk Remembers: Hank Aaron

Doubleday Double Talk Remembers is designed to connect fans with the game of baseball’s past one player and story at a time. A Doubleday Double Talk Remembers will be published every Friday and will go over the life and legacy of the players from our past, from Babe Ruth to Hank Aaron to Steve Dalkowski to Eddie Gaedel, every player has a story and Daryll Dorman and Giuseppe Vitulli are here to provide you with just that. 604 more words