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Thread: lineup cards

  1. #21
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    Re: lineup cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Guttapercha View Post
    Top, I may sell the Stengel lineup card but I do have a bit of money into it.
    you can email me at marchertzberg@hotmail.com
    thanks
    I sent you an email (couple of days ago). Let me know if it didn't come through.



    Also included a couple of Casey Stengel lineup cards from 1948 when he managed the Oakland Oaks of the Pacific Coast League.
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    Re: lineup cards

    Tops, didn't see an email. I'd private message u but can't it out. It's not letting me. Please try again. Marchertzberg@comcast.net
    Thanks

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    Re: lineup cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Guttapercha View Post
    Tops, didn't see an email. I'd private message u but can't it out. It's not letting me. Please try again. Marchertzberg@comcast.net
    Thanks
    Resent message.

    email should come from nyjlaz @ yahoo.com

  4. #24

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    This is my only lineup card. Pretty cool to be from one of the games that Ken Griffey Jr. and Sr. played together in.
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    Thought I would bring this thread back from the dead, since I've continued to build on the collection. Lineup cards from the 1974 World Series. Holtzman got the win.

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  6. #26
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    Thanks for posting. I love seeing these old lineup cards, and great names.

    Sadly, I got into lineup cards late, so none of mine are close to being vintage. Most are from games we go to and can get without paying for them, so save for a handful at most, there's no real value aside from the memories they hold for me/my kids. If anyone is curious, I blog about our experiences getting them here: https://lineupcards.wordpress.com/. There are plenty of pics. We've gotten 210 in 5+ years, including 30 from MLB games (mostly from bullpens), the rest from MiLB, indy, college, college summer and a couple from a WBC qualifier.

    I will attached a pic of probably our coolest card, even though it's not vintage. It's from Cavan Biggio's cycle game last September.
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    Q&A I did with Jeffrey Lazarus about his fantastic collection of lineup cards: https://lineupcards.wordpress.com/20...eball-history/

 

 

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