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Old 07-29-2018, 11:45 PM
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Quick plug here, but I'm letting a Benny ride with the good ol boys over at Sterling. IMO, the coolest pose in the set and one that doesn't come around often.

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T210's - Always has been my favorite set! Great cards, everyone -
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Damn, Pulling out some big boys there. That Demaree.....
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Being a West Coaster I have concentrated my minor league efforts on the PCL issues, but have picked up a couple of handful of T210 over the years (all I would need to collect these cards full bore would be an endless flow of cash). Here is a favorite of mine of a dude with 'tude.

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Quick plug here, but I'm letting a Benny ride with the good ol boys over at Sterling. IMO, the coolest pose in the set and one that doesn't come around often.

http://www.sterlingsportsauctions.co...-LOT46613.aspx
You might want to have them fix the description.

That is a very nice looking card, good luck with the sale.
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What's the significance of the Jones, Oklahoma card that Seablaster mentioned earlier in the posts?
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When I get off work ill post my Jones Oklahoma rainbow run!! Red/Orange/Yellow
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I decided to post this here, as this looks like the unofficial "Official" thread for T210.

As a result of the recent Julius (Cy) Young T210 question in another thread, I decided to do some research on the T210 Series 4 players. Here's what I've found so far.

As a reminder, the Virginia Valley League existed only in 1910, with the season running from May - September. Teams were located in:

Ashland, KY
Charleston, WV
Huntington, WV
Montgomery, WV
Parkersburg, WV
Point Pleasant, WV

Ashland and Parkersburg were not represented in the T210 set.

The following are the first and last names of players in the T210 set, based on both data from the 1910 U.S. Federal Census (where each of them listed their occupation as "ballplayer" in Huntington, WV, and from articles in the Point Pleasant (WV) Register newspaper.

Point Pleasant players (names taken from the PP Register):

Best, Harry - Infielder
Brown, Horace - Pitcher
Dashner, Dike - Pitcher (probably the card labeled "Doshmer")
Daugherty, Elmer - Catcher/Outfielder
Hunter, F. M. - Catcher
Kuehn, Ed W. - Pitcher
Mullenkamp, Fred H. - 1st Base
Shafer, Manuel - Pitcher
Witter, Lou - unknown position

I could not find a first name for "Pickels", but he is identified in the PP Register as "Pickle".

In the 1910 Federal Census, the following individuals lived in Huntington, WV, and listed their occupations as "ballplayer":

Gus Bonno
Andrew P. Canepa - he is referred to as "Pat" Canepa in the newspapers.
Howard E. Kane
Julius C. Young - occupation "mgr baseball" in the census.

There is also a reference in the PP Register, to Jimmy O'Connor, as the captain of the Montgomery team.

I will keep looking, and if/when I find anything else, I'll post it here.

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Good stuff, Steve. Thanks for sharing.
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I agree its nice to add the first names to a few players in the series. Outstanding work Steve.
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