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  Found in a Closet - This J.F. Hillerich & Son Baseball Bat Could Be the Earliest Slugger to Surface.  
 
 
J.F. Hillerich & Son Baseball Bat     A, J.F. Hillerich & Son baseball bat with "Copyrighted" below the oval center brand, instead of the common "Trademark" branding, has recently surfaced. It might possibly be one of, or the earliest Sluggers known to exist. In lieu of records, we have no choice but to place the established dating of Louisville Slugger bat branding in chronological order, then see where the unique features on this Copyrighted bat fits in........Read More
 

  Private Branding and Lessor Known Baseball Manufacturers NEWSLETTER - By Steven KeyMan
 
 
Private Branding and Lessor Known Baseball Manufacturers   Major sporting goods manufacturers would produce baseballs for other companies and place the name brand of that company on the ball. Large mail order catalogs, hardware and department stores would take advantage of this service to promote their name brand, being sold along side suppliers of sports equipment. Here are just a few of the number of lessor known baseball manufacturers, and companies that used private branding to promote their product.......Read More
 

  Ken Hunt Baseball Cards - The Eddie Munster Connection - By Steven KeyMan
 
 
Ken Hunt appearance on The Munsters    Ken Hunt played 6 years in the Major Leagues and was stepfather to childhood actor Butch Patrick who played the role of Eddie Munster. Ken Hunt made an appearance on the Munsters during the first season. "Herman The Rookie" You don't have to spend a lot of money to have fun with collecting. Ken Hunt baseball cards are inexpensive but come with a lot of story. Here are some "Fun Facts".....Read More
 

  How To Attribute the Game No. on Undated Tickets To Games Played - NEWSLETTER By David Shakir
 
 
How To Attribute the Game No. on Undated Tickets  To Games Played   When trying to attribute the game number on a ticket without a date, to the game played, it is important to remember that all the baseball game reference websites only list completed official games played, results and box scores. The correct method used to attribute the game number on an undated ticket stub, to the date of the game played, starts with the team's Home Schedule.....Read More
 

  In 1912 Ty Cobb Beats Up Fan and Wears a Yankee Uniform In New York - Strikes & Pinstripes
 
 
Ty Cobb Beats Up New York Fan   On May 15, 1912, Ty Cobb beat up a New York fan which would later lead to the first Baseball Player Strike, and the use of "Replacement players." Then in August, the Tigers returned to New York to play the Highlanders and were forced to wear Yankee Pinstripe uniforms. Tickets to both historic games has recently surfaced.....Read More
 

  WWII Veterans Honored on the Diamond: Ruptured Duck Patches for Baseball Uniforms - The VetCollector
 
 
WWII Veterans Honored on the Diamond: Ruptured Duck Patches for Baseball Uniforms   The VetCollector - In the midst of researching for an article I was writing, I noticed search results that had a recurrent theme that pulled me away from the subject of my study and onto something that I knew nothing about. It isn’t saying much in regards to experiencing discoveries in terms of militaria or baseball as I am a relative newcomer to this area of collecting. What caught my attention was an image of three Chicago Cubs players wearing uniforms with a patch bearing a familiar military design that is affectionately known as the “Ruptured Duck.” ....Read More
 

  Baseball Bats That Brings out the Animal In Collectors
 
 
Baseball Bats That Brings out the Animal In Collectors   NEWSLETTER - By Steven KeyMan
 Through the years there have been a number of sporting goods, and woodworking companies that used the image of an animal in their logo, or baseball bat brandings. Some retail stores had baseball bats made to promote their products, that also featured animals. In this months newsletter I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of these baseball bat brandings....Read More
 

  The 38th Annual National Sports Collectors Convention
 
 
    Chicago, IL - The 38th Annual National Sports Collectors Convention (NSCC) will be hosted by The City of Chicago at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center, Wednesday, July 26 – Sunday, July 30, 2017. Open to the public, the five (5) day family-oriented event is the largest sports and entertainment collectibles show in the world. ....Read More
 

  Hank Greenberg's Fishnet First Baseman's Mitt - Rule 21 and The Trapper Model
 
 
Hank Greenber's Fishnet Trapper Mitt    Hank Greenberg concocted a mitt that looked as big as a catchers mitt with a fishing net attached. In 1939 Greenberg's oversized mitt was the source of worry, and protest that leads to the development of the Trapper Model. A local sports writer wrote "This mitt is a triumph of modern science. It Contains; Three lengths of barbed wire, 4 corners, and 2 side pockets as on a pool table, a fishnet, a compact anti-aircraft gun to bring down high throws, and a pocket comb, for Hank is a dapper fellow .....Read More
 

  Yellow Orange Juiced-Up Baseball Experiments No Horsing around NEWSLETTER - By Steven KeyMan
 
 
Juiced up baseball    With Home Runs being hit at a record pace in 2017, the "Juiced" baseball is back in the news. Since the dead ball era, there have always been accusations that Spalding periodically introduced lively or "juiced" balls, made by winding the yarn tighter. Through the years whenever the offense was dominated by good pitching Major league baseball either made rule changes to give the batter an edge over the pitcher or try to introduce a baseball that was more lively or easier to see.....Read More
 

  Southern Association League President Major Trammell Scott - Georgia Military Academy Mini Baseball Bat
 
 
Hanna Batrite Trammell Scott Mini Baseball Bat   Personal or historic, the story behind a piece of memorabilia is what makes this great hobby so interesting. Here is a Hanna Batrite Mini Bat with a Mega Story - Known to his many friends as "The Major" Trammell Scott was the former President of the Southern Association of Baseball clubs. On Monday, Dec. 20, 1942 Major Scott was found dead....Read More
 

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