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Old 12-03-2012, 11:00 AM
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Here are some key cards that show the differences between the T215-1 RC and Pirate sets.

This group shows subjects that were printed with Red Cross and then later updated for the Pirate set.

Neal Ball
In the RC set his team designation is Cleveland and in the Pirate set itís Boston American. Ball was purchased by Boston from Cleveland June 25, 1912.

Solly Hofman
In the RC set his team designation is Chicago Natíl and in the Pirate set itís Pittsburgh. Hofman was traded to Pittsburgh from Chicago on May 30, 1912.

Harry Krause
In the RC set his team designation is Philadelphia Amer. and in the Pirate set itís Cleveland. Krause was sold from Philadelphia to Cleveland in July 1912.

Lefty Leifield
In the RC set his team designation is Pittsburgh and in the Pirate set itís Chicago Natíl. Leifield was traded from Pittsburgh to Chicago May 30, 1912.

Barney Pelty
In the RC set his team designation is St. Louis Amer. And in the Pirate set itís Washington. Pelty was sold by St. Louis to Washington June 11, 1912.



This group is the opposite of the one above. The Pirate team designations reflect where the subject played prior to where they played on the Red Cross designation.

Harry Lord
In the RC set his team designation is Chicago Amer. and in the Pirate set itís Boston Amer. Lord was traded from Boston to Chicago August 9, 1910.

Topsy Hartsel
In the RC set his team designation is Toledo and in the Pirate set itís Philadelphia Amer. Hartsel played for Philadelphia in 1911 and managed Toledo in 1912.

Harry Steinfeldt
In the RC set his team designation is St. Louis Natíl and in the Pirate set itís Chicago Natíl. Steinfeldt played for Cubs in 1911 and was purchased by St. Paul in June of that year. He was signed by St. Louis in March 1912.

Gabby Street
In the RC set his team designation is NY Natíl and in the Pirate set itís Washington. Street was traded by Washington to New York February 17, 1912.
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