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Old 05-28-2022, 11:49 AM
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I know I posted this 2005 Sammy Sosa game used helmet in the past but I recently had it signed via a private signing he did earlier in the month & I thought it came out nicely:

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Nice signature on that helmet Bill!
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I just heard from Bill this morning that former Orioles pitcher Mike Adamson has passed away.

Adamson pitched in 11 games for the Orioles over three seasons (1967-69). He sharied Topps & O-Pee-Chee rookie cards with Merv Rettenmund in 1969.

Here are a few additional items of Mike Adamson.


1967-1969 Team Issued Postcard and Mel Bailey Postcard

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Too many of these guys from the 1960s are passing away...
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Great jersey Mark! Iíve got to get a home and road flannel one of these days.
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Old 06-11-2022, 11:16 AM
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Recently picked up this 2016 GU batting helmet of the recently retired Adam Jones that I was able to photomatch:

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Default 1960-1963 Orioles Scrapbook Hand Cut Baltimore News Post - Trade

Greetings. I have about 30 extra 1961 and 16 or so 1962 Orioles Baltimore News Post (BNP) scrapbook cards. The downside of my extra scrapbook cards is they are glued on a sheet of construction paper back to back. I did my best to cut around them so they can appear in a binder and you can see both sides. I tried to separate one but damaged the card. I am not interested in selling. I would prefer to trade for missing 1960, 1961, 1962 and 1963 BNP. I am short 1 for 61, 5 and 13 for 1962 and 1963, respectively. I am missing 50 for 1960.

Here is my list of shortages…send me your list if interested along with your list of extras willing to trade.

1960 - 10 on hand so missing 50 (let me know if you have any…can provide list)
1961 - missing Hal Brown
1962 - missing Cosgrove, Hall, Ward and Williams
1963 - missing Aparico, Barber, Bertania, Breechen, Brown, Etch, Hall, D. Johnson, Lau, McNally, Narum, Brooks, Starrette

Email me at charles.strite@yahoo.com if interested in trading.

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Old 06-16-2022, 07:16 AM
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I don't believe I shared this back in 2020 but what reminded me of it was the other day was the 26th anniversary of the event.

Sachio Kinugasa of the Hiroshima Karp (1965-1977) held the "world" record for most consecutive games played at 2215 & Cal was set to pass that milestone in Kansas City during a weekend series.

My buddy and I flew out to it (Kinugasa was in attendance as well) & during the record breaking game, I was able to obtain a foul ball that Chris Hoiles hit (which is a story in itself).

Another story, but post game we were fortunate to take a shuttle van back to the hotel with Kinugasa & I asked him to sign the ball...He accommodated me by signing it on the sweet spot and added 2215 underneath.

A couple years later I had Cal sign it and asked that he add "2216" underneath as well.

While I've seen baseballs signed by both, I've never seen one that was actually used in that game (as a side note Mr. Kinugasa unfortunately passed away in 2018):


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Old 06-16-2022, 10:40 AM
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Bill,

Very neat item. I believe the baseball gods truly watch over you.
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Default Baltimore Orioles Stickers

Good afternoon. I think shared a post on old Oriole stickers in the past. Recently, I found one that has eluded me for a few years. Just found this week, actually...you'll see below the 19 in sticker published back in 1961 ("It can be done in 1961"). I have seen a picture with the Oriole's manager (Paul Richards) holding the sticker but never the sticker itself. I will likly frame this one. Also, you see many other stickers. I have a few others but here are the ones displayed together. I am always looking for others. If anyone has any extra collecting dust, keep me in mind. Enjoy!
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Old 06-23-2022, 11:04 AM
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Default Another Oriole hits for the cycle

Here's an addition to post #265, which highlighted the five Orioles that have hit for the cycle in O's history. Brooks Robinson, Cal Ripken Jr, Aubrey Huff, Felix Pie and Jonathan Villar.

You can add Austin Hays to that list. It took Hays only 6 innings last night to complete the feat, in the Orioles rain shortened win over the Nationals.

Congrats Austin. One of the really nice guys at spring training.

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Old 06-24-2022, 06:36 AM
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Alan:

You are a correct in saying that Hays is a nice guy...

Here is my complete ticket from Cal's cycle game back in '84 (second Oriole to do so):



I believe someone on this thread has a stub from Brooks' cycle game if memory serves me right.
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Old 06-24-2022, 12:28 PM
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You are a correct in saying that Hays is a nice guy...

Here is my complete ticket from Cal's cycle game back in '84 (second Oriole to do so):



I believe someone on this thread has a stub from Brooks' cycle game if memory serves me right.
Nice ticket. In this day and age of paperless tickets, gems like that are going to be harder and harder to find.
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Old 06-25-2022, 09:44 AM
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Nice ticket. In this day and age of paperless tickets, gems like that are going to be harder and harder to find.
Alan: you're right about that! It's probably been three years since I've used a paper ticket to get into Camden Yards...

34 years ago today was the game (at Fenway) when Cal played in his 1000th consecutive game (I believe Alan was there)......Here is their original lineup card that Saturday afternoon; signed by manager Frank Robinson (Cal homered as well in a losing cause)....I taped the game off the radio on a cassette tape that I need to locate one of these days

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Old 07-02-2022, 02:41 PM
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we all read yesterday about it being Bobby Bonilla Day, but did you know that the Orioles owe him $500k annually as well (through 2028 I believe)? Here are a couple Oriole related Bobby Bo items from my collection:


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Default Memorial Stadium Aisle Markers

Hi. Does anyone have any details on the Memorial Stadium aisle markers? I have 3 (see below). Tried to clean them up and had pretty good luck. I have numbers 3, 4 and 8. I noticed the number 3 is a bit thicker than the the the other two (4 and 8). It is my understanding that the thicker markers were used with the upperdeck.

Also, does anyone know how high the numbers go? I heard 32.

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Old 07-17-2022, 08:32 AM
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Tweeting meant something a lot different in 1980:

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Old 07-21-2022, 08:18 AM
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Default 1983 ASA Brooks Robinson sets

Looking for some help with the 1983 ASA (Authenic Sports Autograph) set. Most of you are probably familiar with the 12 card set of Brooks Robinson they printed in 1983. They also did sets of other HOFers including Frank Robinson.

The sets came in two versions, red and green, both limited to 2000 sets. Card #1 in each set was autographed by Brooks.

My question... In the process of organizing a few dupes, I came across two different backs for card #10 in the red set. One card has a solid red border on back, while the other has a white border and thinner red border inside. All of my other cards, including the green set all have the solid red or green style border. I found a couple of other white border cards listed on eBay, but all of them are card #10.

Does anyone know the story behind the variation and whether or not all the red set cards can be found in both styles?

Thanks guys for any info...


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If anyone is working on the set, I have dupes of #1, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 from the red set. All solid red borders.
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Looking for some help with the 1983 ASA (Authenic Sports Autograph) set. Most of you are probably familiar with the 12 card set of Brooks Robinson they printed in 1983. They also did sets of other HOFers including Frank Robinson.

The sets came in two versions, red and green, both limited to 2000 sets. Card #1 in each set was autographed by Brooks.

My question... In the process of organizing a few dupes, I came across two different backs for card #10 in the red set. One card has a solid red border on back, while the other has a white border and thinner red border inside. All of my other cards, including the green set all have the solid red or green style border. I found a couple of other white border cards listed on eBay, but all of them are card #10.

Does anyone know the story behind the variation and whether or not all the red set cards can be found in both styles?

Thanks guys for any info...


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If anyone is working on the set, I have dupes of #1, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 from the red set. All solid red borders.
Iíve never noticed the variation; thanks for pointing it out.
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Very cool! Did Brooks ever have a fan club card? If so, I donít think Iíve ever seen oneÖ
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Hi. Does anyone have any details on the Memorial Stadium aisle markers? I have 3 (see below). Tried to clean them up and had pretty good luck. I have numbers 3, 4 and 8. I noticed the number 3 is a bit thicker than the the the other two (4 and 8). It is my understanding that the thicker markers were used with the upperdeck.

Also, does anyone know how high the numbers go? I heard 32.

Thanks.

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With all the smart people on here (of course Iím excluded from that group) have to know which aisle markers are out there.
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Recently picked up this 2016 GU batting helmet of the recently retired Adam Jones that I was able to photomatch:

I donít check the tread as much as I should, but love some of the GU pickups youíve acquired. I really need to get at least one item Adam Jones related one day.
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I just got a text from Bill Haelig that another ex-Oriole has died. Dwight Smith Sr passed away at age 58. He spent most of his career with the Cubs.

Dwight played 28 games and batted .311 for the Orioles in 1994.

Dwight's son, Dwight Smith Jr, also played for the Orioles in 2019-2020. I believe that along with the Ripkens and the Raines, they are the only father/son combos to wear the O's uniform at the major league level. There have been other former Orioles sons to play in the organization at the minor league level. Remind me if I'm forgetting someone.

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Dwight's son, Dwight Smith Jr, also played for the Orioles in 2019-2020. I believe that along with the Ripkens and the Raines, they are the only father/son combos to wear the O's uniform at the major league level. There have been other former Orioles sons to play in the organization at the minor league level. Remind me if I'm forgetting someone.

RIP Dwight

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Two more father/son sets that come to mind are:

-Bob/Terry Kennedy
-John O'Donoghue/John O'Donoghue

Interestingly, when the younger O'Donoghue made the majors I wrote him a letter asking him to sign an index card and to add Jr. to his name & when he responded he included a note that he wasn't a Jr. (I think it had something to do with their middle names or something)....

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Two more father/son sets that come to mind are:

-Bob/Terry Kennedy
-John O'Donoghue/John O'Donoghue

Interestingly, when the younger O'Donoghue made the majors I wrote him a letter asking him to sign an index card and to add Jr. to his name & when he responded he included a note that he wasn't a Jr. (I think it had something to do with their middle names or something)....
Of course... How could I forget. That's what happens when you post something in 90+ degree weather. And I'm in Maine, not Florida.
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Heard that guy played a nice 3rd base
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-Bob/Terry Kennedy
-John O'Donoghue/John O'Donoghue

Interestingly, when the younger O'Donoghue made the majors I wrote him a letter asking him to sign an index card and to add Jr. to his name & when he responded he included a note that he wasn't a Jr. (I think it had something to do with their middle names or something)....
OK, so I had to take a look exactly what he wrote me:

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I saw that Will Clark had his #22 retired by the SF Giants last evening. When Will got to the Orioles in 2000, he wore #12 then switched to #23 the next season (his final one)..Here is his locker nameplate from the '01 season:

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Love the locker name plates. I have a Mullins. Saw a few obscure player locker name plates at the game used store at Camden Yards recently. Thanks for sharing!
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Anyone interested in a 1973 color transparency from Topps of Brooks Robinson please PM me. Thanks Scott
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I saw that Will Clark had his #22 retired by the SF Giants last evening. When Will got to the Orioles in 2000, he wore #12 then switched to #23 the next season (his final one)..Here is his locker nameplate from the '01 season:

Very cool! Thanks for sharing... Love the name plates; I have exactly ZERO name plates. You have a Brooks example don't you?
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Very cool! Thanks for sharing... Love the name plates; I have exactly ZERO name plates. You have a Brooks example don't you?

Yes I do! This one came out of Milwaukee's County Stadium & what I like about them is that the lettering/numbering is hand painted:



Here is a press photo from 1973 showing examples of them in the background:

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Yes I do! This one came out of Milwaukee's County Stadium & what I like about them is that the lettering/numbering is hand painted:



Here is a press photo from 1973 showing examples of them in the background:

I thought so. Now get that thing framed and on the wall (or display as is which would be cool as well). Do you have a Brooksie shrine alongside your Callection?!?

I was offered one a few years ago from the collection of Ted P., but it was just hand written and wasn’t to exciting at the time.

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Good afternoon,

I was recently able to pick up some more Japanese magazines with Cal on the cover. The entirety of the Cal retirement one is in Japanese but I'd love to know what Sachio Kinugasa said in the article about him.

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Mike:

This must be Japanese magazine week lol....Please lmk if you ever run across another copy of that Cal Jr. Retirement publication...

Purchased this AIG Insurance Company (May 1997) Japanese magazine off eBay just last week. He was a spokesperson for them that year & I have a couple promotional phone cards, posters, etc. from that relationship, but this was the first time I saw this neat company publication:



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Love the foreign magazines; thanks for posting.

I always wonder how many are out there that we donít know about. I know Iím missing a HIT magazine of Brooks from I think Ď71, but are there any others out thereÖ
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