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Old 05-01-2014, 11:36 AM
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You outbid me on the Glory Of Their Times lot.

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At least temporarily.

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Not vintage, but I just completed a fun mini-autograph project that I have considered doing for a while now.

The summer of 1968 was an important one for me and baseball. I spent a good portion of the summer of 1968 vacationing in Michigan with my grandparents.

Even though I'm from So Cal and the California Angels were the team that I usually rooted for, the Detroit Tigers became "my second favorite team" in 1968. I attended my first game at Tiger Stadium that year and followed many of their games on TV that summer. The Tigers had a group of characters on the '68 squad that had swagger. Too cool!

1968 also was the "Year of the Pitcher" and Denny McLain became the last pitcher to ever win 30 games (the first in over 30 years in baseball). During Denny's 31st win he served up the legendary Mickey Mantle's second to the last HR as he was winding down his legendary HOF career in late September.

Perhaps like many families, my grandparents made a ritual of saving all of their old automobile license plates in the garage of one of their cottages up on Lake Huron. Although my grandfather passed away a few years ago, I'm fortunate enough to still have a grandmother that will be turning 102 soon.

Anyway, a few years ago I was eyeballing the 1968 set of license plates.
It dawned on me that it would be cool to have Denny McLain sign my grandparent's license plate with his ubiquitous 31-6 inscription. This would be a perfect memorial to the summer of '68 and the World Champion Detroit Tigers that sparked my interest in the game!

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Not vintage, but I just completed a fun mini-autograph project that I have considered doing for a while now.

The summer of 1968 was an important one for me and baseball. I spent a good portion of the summer of 1968 vacationing in Michigan with my grandparents.

Even though I'm from So Cal and the California Angels were the team that I usually rooted for, the Detroit Tigers became "my second favorite team" in 1968. I attended my first game at Tiger Stadium that year and followed many of their games on TV that summer. The Tigers had a group of characters on the '68 squad that had swagger. Too cool!

1968 also was the "Year of the Pitcher" and Denny McLain became the last pitcher to ever win 30 games (the first in over 30 years in baseball). During Denny's 31st win he served up the legendary Mickey Mantle's second to the last HR as he was winding down his legendary HOF career in late September.

Perhaps like many families, my grandparents made a ritual of saving all of their old automobile license plates in the garage of one of their cottages up on Lake Huron. Although my grandfather passed away a few years ago, I'm fortunate enough to still have a grandmother that will be turning 102 soon.

Anyway, a few years ago I was eyeballing the 1968 set of license plates.
It dawned on me that it would be cool to have Denny McLain sign my grandparent's license plate with his ubiquitous 31-6 inscription. This would be a perfect memorial to the summer of '68 and the World Champion Detroit Tigers that sparked my interest in the game!

Here is how it turned out for those that care to look:
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You outbid me on the Glory Of Their Times lot.

I hate you.

At least temporarily.

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Sorry, Tom. That lot was a reprieve for 12 years ago selling my GOT advertising card that had most of the same signatures on it.

Scott - that's a great pick-up! That was a fantastic year for baseball, and the '68 World Series is still my favorite.
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Beautiful stuff so far!

I've been on a bit of a modern kick recently. Received this in-person via another helpful member.

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"Scott - that's a great pick-up! That was a fantastic year for baseball, and the '68 World Series is still my favorite."

Thanks Scott! Me too.

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Scott,
I love that idea with your grandparents license plate. What a great memory and beautiful way to remember a great summer in your childhood. Nice piece, great story.
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That Trevor Hoffman card is cool. Scott, that is a very creative and meaningful piece. That is what collecting should be about. Ironically while we were PMing earlier my son called me and told me that Edgar was signing at a store just down the street from my house. I have a Type I 1993 photo of Edgar that I had always wanted signed. I raced out of the house and was lucky enough to be one of his last autograph requests. He was as classy in person as I imagined him to be. I cannot believe almost 20 years have passed since Edgar, Junior, and Randy saved baseball here.
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Four from a fellow Board member:
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Great Picture! Where was Edgar signing at?

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Great Picture! Where was Edgar signing at?

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He was at a liquor store in Puyallup promoting his new line of Tequila. Here's Gar with my son and his fiancé.
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Thanks to you, Mark!

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That Trevor Hoffman card is cool. Scott, that is a very creative and meaningful piece. That is what collecting should be about. Ironically while we were PMing earlier my son called me and told me that Edgar was signing at a store just down the street from my house. I have a Type I 1993 photo of Edgar that I had always wanted signed. I raced out of the house and was lucky enough to be one of his last autograph requests. He was as classy in person as I imagined him to be. I cannot believe almost 20 years have passed since Edgar, Junior, and Randy saved baseball here.
Sweet photo and sig, Mike! Very nice.

BTW, through pure serendipity, I was in Seattle in 2013 and attended the M's game when they retired Jr's uni # 24.
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I love that idea with your grandparents license plate. What a great memory and beautiful way to remember a great summer in your childhood. Nice piece, great story.
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He was at a liquor store in Puyallup promoting his new line of Tequila. Here's Gar with my son and his fiancé.
lol...my friend at work just got a picture with him at the same place. I work in fredrickson which is right puyallup. wish i wasnt stuck at work or i wouldve been there too.

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That Trevor Hoffman card is cool. Scott, that is a very creative and meaningful piece. That is what collecting should be about. Ironically while we were PMing earlier my son called me and told me that Edgar was signing at a store just down the street from my house. I have a Type I 1993 photo of Edgar that I had always wanted signed. I raced out of the house and was lucky enough to be one of his last autograph requests. He was as classy in person as I imagined him to be. I cannot believe almost 20 years have passed since Edgar, Junior, and Randy saved baseball here.
Great photo. And that's a great signature, perfectly placed.
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Mickey Mantle, Judy Johnson, Yaz, feller, Sewell and grimes signed baseball.












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I guess not really a new pick up, but a rediscovery. Found it while looking through a bunch of stuff. Mel Ott letter to Ken Smith.



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LOVE that Ott letter!

I agree. It is very cool to read his candid thoughts.
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Another Ted to add to my sons collection... Looked awful when I got it, but ended up matting out quite well
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Slowly adding to my HOF collection (as funds allow).....
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Was happy to pick this up earlier this week from a fellow board member on eBay!
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That's a super awesome one!

Just came back today from the Waukesha Sportscards signing

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That's a super awesome one!

Just came back today from the Waukesha Sportscards signing

Kyle,
I like your choice on the card that you had Aaron sign.
I also believe that his signature looks better than many recent examples that I have seen. Nice!
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Billy Evans signed letter to Doc Cramer.
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"What I have done after my baseball career -- being able to help people with their lives and getting their lives back on track so they become productive human beings again -- that means more to me than all the things I did in baseball" - Don Newcombe

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