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Old 10-10-2017, 10:03 AM
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I did find a couple of Cubs post cards
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Did everyone already receive their catalogues? I have received a catalogue for every one of their auctions in the past but have yet to receive one for this auction.
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got mine yesterday
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got mine yesterday

So, there is still hope that I will get mine. Maybe its too heavy for my mailman to carry.
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I did find a couple of Cubs post cards
Grignons?
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Got the catalog today... oh that smell...
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My wife knew the catalog arrived by the smell of it. She made me retreat to the basement with it.
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With all due respect to Brian, I have twice pointed out that the representation that Babe Ruth only appeared in a handful of games in 1915 and thus it is remarkable that he was chosen to appear in the 1916 M101-4 and 101-5 sets is erroneous, yet continues to go uncorrected. In actual fact, the Babe was 18 and 8 with a 2.44 ERA for the Boston Red Sox in 1915 as a true 20-year-old phenom, almost certainly the most promising young left-handed pitcher in the AL. It would hardly have been a surprise that he was included in the 1916 sets.

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Hi Larry,

Thanks for pointing that out. You're obviously correct--Ruth played 4 games in 1914 and had a greater workload in 1915. That line in the description was originally used in 2007 (coincidentally when this RC was last sold) and was inadvertently carried into this one. We've removed that reference and will be sure to eliminate it going forward.

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