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We’re Celebrating Mr.Baseball with Our Favorite Ueckerisms & More All Month Long

Back in March, we announced that the legendary “Mr. Baseball,” Bob Uecker, will be honored on Friday, August 31 with a statue placed outside of Miller Park near the Home Plate Plaza. Well, it is now…

1965 Topps Gibson Wins Finale #138 Baseball - VCP Price Guide

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Card Show Top 20 - #1 The Holy Grail of Commons

Here it is, The card you've waited four months to see. The absolute best card I picked up from the Freedom Cardboard show last February. IT'...

1965 Topps Al Kaline #130 Baseball - VCP Price Guide

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1969 Topps Rusty Staub All Star

Montreal Expos CTNW Favorites #3 Rusty Staub was selected to his 3rd All Star team in 1969. He was the Montreal Expos' sole representative. He was also the only Expo selected in 1970 and 1971. In those 3 games as the sole Expo All Star, Staub would only see action once. In the 1970 All Star game he pinch hit for Tom Seaver. He popped out to short center and never took the field. Staub spent only 4 seasons of his 23 year MLB career in an Expos uniform, but was well loved by the fans. He was…

Chad on Twitter

“On this day: 2012 - @chelseafc (and PSG) became the first football team to play at the new Yankee Stadium. #CFC”

#321 Rusty Staub

Is there anything better than a Friday? How about a Friday with an early-career card of Le Grand Orange? Fun facts about Rusty Staub: -Born Daniel Joseph Staub in New Orleans, LA, Rusty signed with the Colt .45s straight out of high school in 1961. -The young Houston team gave him 513 at-bats in 150 games in his rookie season of 1963. He became the second player in MLB history to play 150 games before age 20, but hit only .224 with a .309 OBP. -Staub steadily improved and made his first…

1965 Topps Bob Uecker Baseball Card 519 | Etsy

1965 Topps Baseball Card of Bob Uecker is very nice. Bob Uecker played as a catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. WILL COMBINE SHIPPING ON MULTIPLE ORDERS

1976 Topps #550 Hank Aaron - Shop for Sports Cards Online

This is a 1976 Topps Hank Aaron baseball card. The card is #550 and is in EX condition. The card pictured is the exact card you will be receiving.

Classic SI Photos of Roberto Clemente

A 12-time All-Star, Roberto Clemente also won 12 Gold Gloves, two World Series titles, four batting titles and the 1966 NL MVP award. The Puerto Rican star's abilities as a player — his sensational throwing, his acrobatic fielding, his relentless hitting (.317 lifetime average) — overpowered the prejudice against Latin American players. On Dec. 31, 1972, he insisted on flying to Nicaragua to deliver supplies to victims of an earthquake, but his plane crashed and he died at just 38. A few…

O'Neill: The Cardinals' storied World Series history

The 2013 Cardinals are trying to become the 12th team in franchise history to win a World Series.

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