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Old 02-03-2017, 06:09 AM
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So true...sometimes you have to resort to the beer stains to claim uniqueness

Some bleachers tickets have specific numbers on them though. As a Cubs fan, you might enjoy this bleacher seat ticket with a counter number on it. This was the final career game for some guy named Banks. And for a buck, you got to see it from the bleachers in Wrigley. Pretty cool...
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Old 02-03-2017, 08:11 AM
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So true...sometimes you have to resort to the beer stains to claim uniqueness

Some bleachers tickets have specific numbers on them though. As a Cubs fan, you might enjoy this bleacher seat ticket with a counter number on it. This was the final career game for some guy named Banks. And for a buck, you got to see it from the bleachers in Wrigley. Pretty cool...
You'd have to break the Bank now for that ticket lol
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Old 02-03-2017, 08:31 AM
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So true...sometimes you have to resort to the beer stains to claim uniqueness

Some bleachers tickets have specific numbers on them though. As a Cubs fan, you might enjoy this bleacher seat ticket with a counter number on it. This was the final career game for some guy named Banks. And for a buck, you got to see it from the bleachers in Wrigley. Pretty cool...
Hi Hardy,
One of my favorite tickets in my no-hitter collection is from Juan Marichal's no-hitter in 1963. It actually has thickly crusted, petrified mustard on the back of the ticket. That's game used, Baby!
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Old 02-04-2017, 07:05 AM
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Hi Scott:
Great ticket and love the story behind it..
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This was just given to me by a friend. Faded but cool in my opinion. Tommy John pitched for the White Sox.
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