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Old 12-27-2017, 05:47 PM
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Thought I would share this site and book.

http://www.fantography.com

https://m.facebook.com/Fantographycom-130417801064/

There is also a book Baseball Fantography: A Celebration in Snapshots and Stories from the Fans
By Fantography LLC, Andy Strasberg
Great book! It was one of my first "hobby" books. A must have for a snapshot lover!

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How often do you see a ballplayer now just walking into the stadium with the people?
I can only speak for Citi Field, but the height of the fence around the players' parking lot prevents fans from having a real "I got to meet a ballplayer" experience - the Mets' Eric Young, Jr. in this case, but it applies to all players.


(Photo taken September 29, 2013. Gary Dunaier. Link to upload on Flickr.com: here.)
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I thought this one was interesting too:





Doesn't appear to be anyone of note, just a nice early snap of African-American players.
Interesting scene.
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I picked up a huge collection of snapshot photos a number of months ago. I am slowly learning more about them. Here are a few.
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