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1973 Topps # 319 Jim Spencer California Angels Baseball Card - In a protective screwdown case! by Topps. $2.95. 1973 Topps # 319 Jim Spencer California Angels Baseball Card - In a protective screwdown case!

1973 Topps # 319 Jim Spencer California Angels Baseball Card - In a protective screwdown case! by Topps. $2.95. 1973 Topps # 319 Jim Spencer California Angels Baseball Card - In a protective screwdown case!

Tommy Lasardo

May 1955 In his first major league start, Dodger rookie starter Tommy Lasorda ties a record, throwing three wild pitches in the first inning of the team’s victory over St. Louis at Ebbets Field. The future Dodgers’ Hall of Fame skipper,.

Love, Love, Love this guy!  MARIANO RIVERA--2013 photo day

Mariano Rivera NY Yankees (who my little Liam is named after) Im trying to convince Mike to go on vacay to Tampa for Spring Training 2013

1905 Nick Williams Of The San Francisco Seals Covering The Bag.

1905 Nick Williams Of The San Francisco Seals Covering The Bag.

1958 Topps #274 Rocky Bridges Senators EX/MT #Senators

1958 Topps #274 Rocky Bridges Senators EX/MT

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"Baseball was, is and always will be to me the best game in the world." -The Babe

The 50 Greatest Baseball Players of All Time

On this day in the legendary Babe Ruth played his first Major League Baseball game. 97 years later, Babe Ruth is still being hailed as one of the greatest baseball players that ever lived.

In late July, Time magazine ran a baseball cover story about the changing nature of the game, assessing teams and players at mid-season.  Featured on the cover was a young player from the Philadelphia Athletics named Jimmie Foxx, who would also get a share of the ink in Time’s cover story.

Babe Ruth, left, in Philadelphia, Pa. on Sept. Ruth had set the home run record in 1927 at but in Jimmie Foxx almost caught him with (AP Photo)

Napoleon Lajoie of the Philadelphia Athletics. BL-1505-68WT (Charles Conlon / National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Napoleon Lajoie of the Philadelphia Athletics. (Charles Conlon / National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)

Honus Wagner, 1938 Pirates Coach.  So awesome.

Honus Wagner during his 19 year stint as a coach for the Pittsburgh Pirates’ coach. The Flying Dutchman served as a coach for the Pirates from 1933 to

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ALL TIME # 6: Ty Cobb (151.1 WAR) Wins Above Replacement, commonly abbreviated to WAR is a non-standardized sabermetric baseball statistic used  to sum up "a player’s total contributions to their team." The WAR value calculated for a player is claimed to be the number of additional wins their team has achieved above the number of expected team wins if that player was substituted by a replacement level player.

Thanks to extremely shrewd early investments in companies like Coca Cola and General Motors, baseball hall-of-famer Ty Cobb amassed fortune.

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