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Old 07-12-2017, 01:05 PM
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1951 battle creek belles team signed ball with manager dave bancroft on an official aagpbl ball







aagpbl contract signed by one of the great stars in league history ruth richard and hofer max carey.



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Old 07-14-2017, 08:37 AM
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I do believe that the 1909 Pirates uniform in the thread below could definitely be in the HOF!
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Old 07-14-2017, 08:46 AM
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What's baseball without some cracker jacks! This is one of the earliest known surviving boxes circa 1912. Because the more you eat, the more you want!
That Cracker Jack box A. J. ....... is a crackerjack!!
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Old 07-14-2017, 08:51 AM
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I do believe that the 1909 Pirates uniform in the thread below could definitely be in the HOF!
+1...if we are voting yet, that is my top vote.
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Old 07-14-2017, 08:57 AM
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I do believe that the 1909 Pirates uniform in the thread below could definitely be in the HOF!
Thanks. I went with the Babe Ruth bat as my choice just because it hasn't been shown here for awhile and I hadn't taken pics of it since I got my new computer a couple years ago. Also, the fact that I have given thought to loaning it to the Babe Ruth Museum, it fit the subject.
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Old 07-14-2017, 09:37 AM
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It is interesting (to me at least) how different the items in this thread are from if someone posted a thread asking people to post their most valuable items.

Here are a few that might warrant at least a moment of consideration:

1) Lineup cards from George Brett's 3000 hit game
2) Carbon copies of the lineup cards from Phil Niekro's 300 win game
3) Final baseball from the series in the 1945 Navy World Series.
4) Letter from Walter Johnson in 1910 about the proposed 1910 All-Star Tour that the Commission prevented from happening.
5) 1946 Nashua Dodgers Photo signed by entire team (featured Roy Campanella and Don Newcombe in the same season that Jackie Robinson was playing in the Minors and the year before the integration on the Major League level.
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I have a few things that I believe could be described this way. I see that most of these items are player related so I thought I would change it up and add something different. Although certainly not pre-war I think this Cleveland Indians dugout phone from Municipal Stadium is fun and would look awesome mounted in the HOF as part of a display to honor the Tribe's futility
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This piece, apparently, is worthy of being in the HOF...Because the acquisitions committee voted unanimously to take it in for their art collection.

My father, who passed away 2 years ago, was a very talented artist and designer. We took annual pilgrimages up to Cooperstown (fond memories). On one trip in 1994, he did this pen & ink sketch of the Hall. After he passed away, I had it framed and contacted the HOF to donate it. They loved it, and it's now part of their permanent collection.

Saying I'm honored, humbled and touched, to have a piece of my father's art in the Hall of Fame, would be an understatement. I plan to bring my son there in a few years to see it.
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Saying I'm honored, humbled and touched, to have a piece of my father's art in the Hall of Fame, would be an understatement. I plan to bring my son there in a few years to see it.
Awesome!!!!
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Saying I'm honored, humbled and touched, to have a piece of my father's art in the Hall of Fame, would be an understatement. I plan to bring my son there in a few years to see it.
Great story!
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