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Old 12-30-2007, 10:39 AM
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Default Average player with most tough cards

Posted By: DD

Is it coincidence, or was their some kind of plan to limit the distribution of Ivy Andrews cards? Near impossible to find R300 George C. Miller, tough Tattoo Orbit card, and for registry fans, no Batter Ups graded above an 8, and only 3 of those in total.

Anyone care to share pics, or name other players that are similar.

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Old 12-30-2007, 11:02 AM
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Default Average player with most tough cards

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Fred Tenney- I think he's the champ.

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Old 12-30-2007, 01:02 PM
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A difficult Tenn(e)y:


Assorted Tenney this-and-that from the Web:

"Fred Tenney woke upon September 23rd, 1908 in the throes of a lumbago attack, and 19-year-old substitute Fred Merkle was sent in to take his place at first base. As events turned out, fate would treat Merkle unkindly that day."

Infield of the 1900 Boston Beaneaters baseball team
(Clockwise from left: Bobby Lowe, Fred Tenney, Herman Long, Jimmy Collins)

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