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Old 06-13-2017, 06:07 PM
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Odds'n'ends in no particular order . . .

Yankee Stadium following WS sweep of Pirates, 1927


1939 outfield billboard panorama




Spalding poster circa 1950


Casey at the Bat, 1948


Outside Yankee Stadium circa late fifties


Outside Yankee Stadium last week. Scene of many a cherished memory. Broke my goddam heart.


Chase was a Highlander in 1911.


Been a while since I posted this one.


Combs, Ruth & Meusel, 1928


Ruth & Cobb, 1927


Joe D & kids, 1936


1937 Wheaties panel


Hank Bauer, 1942


The Commerce Comet (large Dormand)


Mantle Brothers, 1951


Bill Skowron, Purdue fullback
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How far back do you want to go? 1903? 1920s?
That made me smile. I knew the good sh*t was about to come out.
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Old 06-13-2017, 06:38 PM
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Can't begin to compete with all that... but here's my modest Yankees collection...

That ruth clock is awesome!
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Old 06-13-2017, 09:04 PM
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A few more pins.....
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Old 06-13-2017, 09:16 PM
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My Yankee collection is a little more modern. Here is my favorite piece. I dont have anything displayed at the moment. Ill post a little at a time of what I do own each day.

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Old 06-13-2017, 09:30 PM
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Sh!t David, I had no idea you had a program from the Chesbro wild pitch game!! That's gotta be one of the most notorious moments in the entire history of the franchise, and it rarely gets talked about these days...then again, I guess the same goes for Chesbro.

Bravo!
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Thanks, Graig. But simply owning something doesn't rate a "Bravo."
(Your talent, on the other hand, certainly does.)
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David as always those baseballs blow me away! That Ruth 1928 ball has to be one of the best Ive seen..
A few pieces I have
Munson 1977 world series jersey.
Some great Pins and some nice photos.
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Phenomenal items, everyone. Great thread!!
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