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Baseball Yearbooks, Programs,
   Rosters, Media Guides and Tickets
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Lot 490.  Ticket for a 1929 Labor Day Police v. Firemen Baseball Game at Griffith Stadium. Beautiful unused ticket for a benefit game in Washington D.C.’s “American League Park” between the Metropolitan Police and Firemen’s Relief Association Funds. Played to benefit widows and orphans, this event epitomizes the spirit of early 20th century baseball. Measures 2 ¼” x 5, ex-m with some fading along the top edge.
Winning Bid $15.


Lot 491.  1930s-40s St. Louis Browns Sportsman’s Park Unused Ticket. Paper ticket issued by the Browns providing admission to the Grand Stand. Dates between 1937-45 because it bears a facsimile signature of Donald Barnes, president. Printed on thin paper, unused and vg. Rare.
Winning Bid $20.


Lot 492.  St. Louis Browns Full General Admission Ticket. This ticket is from a spring training game played in either 1948 or 1953 at Perris Hills Stadium in San Bernardino. Those were the only two years that the stadium played host to the Browns. The undated ticket reads “St. Louis Browns Spring Exhibition, Perris Hills Stad. – San Bernardino General Admission – Child 50 cents.” The stadium was built in 1934 and demolished in 1985. The perforations at the rain check portion remain strong as does the appearance of this ex-m rarity.
Minimum Bid $35.


Lot 493.  Boston Red Sox Collection of Programs, Yearbooks, Ted Williams Tributes, Etc. The key to this collection is the 1955 yearbook, a vg-ex copy with tape neatly applied along the spine. Of course, Williams is here, but so are Jackie Jensen, Jimmy Piersall and the ill-fated Harry Agganis. The earliest item is a hardback book, The Red Sox: The Bean and the Cod by Al Hirshberg, 1947, ex book, owner’s name inside, poor dj. 3-6. A.L. Championship Series programs for 1975 nm+, 1986 nm+, 1988 nm+ and 1990 ex-m. Unscored. 7-8. 1993 (Second Edition), 1995 (First Edition) programs, unscored and nm+. 9. 1989 Old-Timers Game program, Yaz cover, ex-m. 10. 2002 media guide, nm. 11. 1991 Ted Williams 12” x 15” “Commemorative Folder,” ex-m. 12-13. July 6, 2002 Providence Journal and Boston Globe sports sections reporting Williams’ passing, ex-m. 14-15. 1991 & 1992 Fenway Park Christmas ornaments, original boxes, nm-m. 16. Fenway Park: A Stadium Pop-Up Book by John Boswell, 1992, mint, hardcover sealed in plastic. Wonderful book! 17. 2001 Celebrating 100 Years of Red Sox Baseball, ballpark give-away, about 8” x 12”, folds out to create 12” x 32 ½” poster with photos of 77 players from various eras, ex-m. 18. 1987 handout marking the 75th anniversary of Fenway Park, 8 ½” x 13”, opens to a 13” x 25” memorabilia montage with each item identified, ex-m. 19. 1987 yearbook, nm-m. Anchored by the 1955 yearbook, this group is well worth our MB $50.
Winning Bid $50.


Lot 494.  12 Major League Baseball Tickets or Stubs. Dodgers: Full tickets, Aug. 16, 1995 vs. Cubs and June 10, 1998 vs. Athletics, both nm. Braves: Full ticket, Sept. 27, 1983 vs. Giants, ex-m. Stubs, April 9, 1993 vs. Dodgers, vg-ex, and April 26, 1993 vs. Pirates, vg. Pirates: Full tickets, Sept. 20, 1995 vs. Cards, ex-m+, and Sept. 7, 2002 vs. Marlins, ex-m. Red Sox: Stub, Aug. 20, 1984 vs. Royals, vg. Orioles: Full ticket, July 20, 1991 vs. Mariners, ex-m. Devil Rays: Full ticket, April 24, 1998 vs. Angels, ex-m. Angels: Full ticket, sample with Vladimir Guerrero, ex-m+. Stub, June 28, 1996 vs. Athletics, vg.
Winning Bid $15.


Lot 495.  17 Minor League Baseball Tickets, Stubs. Scranton Red Barons tickets: 1997 stub vs. Columbus. Full tickets, 1998 vs. Pawtucket and Ottawa, 2000 vs. Rochester and Buffalo, and 2001 vs. Norfolk and Ottawa. Vg-ex. Reading Phillies: Tickets, 1989 vs. Albany, 1992 vs. Binghamton and New Britain. Stub, 2003 vs. Altoona. Ex-m. Albany Colonie: Full tickets, 1985 vs. Pittsfield and Nashua, one vg+ to ex, one nm+. Syracuse Skychiefs: Stub, 1997 vs. Columbus, ex-m+. Columbus Clippers: Full ticket, 1996 vs. Syracuse, nm-m. Richmond Mets: Stub, 1993 vs. New Britain, g.
Winning Bid $5.


Lot 496.  Unused Panel of 1994 Tickets for the Opening of the Texas Rangers New Ballpark. Uncut, unused panel of six tickets for six events marking the opening of the new ballpark, including the first game against the Milwaukee Brewers on April 11. Colorful and nm-m.
Minimum Bid $10.


Lot 497.  Unused March 31, 1998 Ticket for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays’ Inaugural Game. This ticket is surrounded by some of the most dynamic marketing we’ve ever seen. Shaped like a devil-ray, it comes in its own clear-window folder, which promotes Southwest Airlines. Unused nm-m ticket.
Winning Bid $40.


Lot 498.  Detroit Tigers 1929 Spring Training Roster. The team trained in Phoenix. The 6 ¾” x 8” roster has the spring training schedule on the front and player information inside – including each player’s home address. Two future HoFers appear on this roster: second baseman Charlie Gehringer, manager “Bucky” Harris and outfielder Harry Heilman. The roster has been folded twice and has minor scrapbook residue on the back that does not affect the printing. Interesting item from a very different era!
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 499.  1938 Cleveland Indians “Training Schedule and Club Roster.” Tri-fold printed in color on heavy card stock. Roster includes two future HoFers, Earl Averill and Bob Feller. Very attractive. Ex-m.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 500.  1950 Philadelphia Athletics Connie Mack’s “Golden Jubilee” Roster. To mark Mack’s 50th year as the A’s manager, the team produced this 24-page roster. Great cover art with the A’s elephant mascot. Vg+ to ex.
Winning Bid $20.


Lot 501.  1939 Red Sox at Washington Scorecard with Rookie Ted Williams, Ticket Stub. This scorecard is neatly scored in pencil for the Aug. 8 game, which the Senators won, 2-1. The Boston lineup included rookie right fielder Ted Williams, Jimmy Foxx, Bobby Doerr, Joe Cronin and Moe Berg. The scorecard is ex. The ticket stub (rain check) is glued inside and is ex. Desirable collectible from Williams’ first season.
Winning Bid $61.


Lot 502.  1939 Red Sox at Yankees Program with Williams, DiMaggio in the Printed Lineup. Lou Gehrig appears on the Yankees’ roster, but he had already concluded his career when this game was played. Williams was a rookie. Besides DiMaggio, four other future Hall of Famers were on the New York Roster: Bill Dickey, Lefty Gomez, Red Ruffing, and manager Joe McCarthy. The “Ted Sox” countered with Joe Cronin, Bobby Doerr, Jimmie Foxx and Lefty Grove. Clean, unmarked scorecard that technically is vg-ex because of creases evident close-up; the program has an ex-m appearance.
Winning Bid $35.


Lot 503.  1944 Program for a Testimonial Banquet Honoring Pete Gray. Gray had played many seasons as a semi-pro before his magical 1945 war-time season with the St. Louis Browns. He was named the Southern League MVP in 1944. The award and the purchase of his contract by the Browns apparently was the impetus for the banquet near Gray’s hometown in northeastern Pennsylvania. The program lists Lou Boudreau, Chief Bender, Roger Peckinpaugh and Jimmy Foxx among the guests. Ex with two binder holes.
Winning Bid $50.


Lot 504.  Eastern League Guides for 1947 and 1951, Plus a Southern League Media Guide. Five publications, four from the Eastern League. 1. Silver Anniversary Eastern League Record Book, 1947, spiral bound, small 80-page booklet. Annual league leaders, period advertising. Richie Ashburn was the 1947 leader in runs scored. Ex. 2. Eastern League “Pilot,” 1951, oversized 40-page soft-cover with stapled spine. Annual record book with team rosters including rocky Colavito playing for Wilkes-Barre, vg+ to ex. 3-4. Eastern League Pilots for 1987, 1989. Ex-m and nm, respectively. 5. 1981 Southern League Media Guide, 12-page pamphlet, nm.
Winning Bid $15.


Lot 505.  Cleveland Indians 1949 Sketch Book (Yearbook), 1961 Scorecard. Published on the heels of Cleveland’s 4-2 World Series win over the Boston Braves, this yearbook contains profiles of each player including Satchell Paige and Larry Doby, as well as Bob Feller, Bob Lemon, Early Wynn, Al Rosen, Lou Boudreau, Mike Garcia, Joe Gordon, Mickey Vernon and John Berardino. Ex with some soiling and stains on the cover. The scorecard is for a game with Detroit, vg+ to ex.
Winning Bid $35.


Lot 506.  Boston Braves 1950 Program, 2 Issues from 1947 of the Braves Bulletin. The unscored program is for a game with the New York Giants. Twelve pages plus the covers and an article inside titled “Sain and Spahn Aim to Better Mound Performances.” Both are pictured. The front cover, which is detached, features outstanding graphics. Vg contents. The March 1947 Bulletin is g-vg, and the June issue, ex. Each has four pages. The March issue includes the team roster and pictures Spahn, Sain, Tommy Holmes, Mort Cooper and 12 others. There also is a team photo that includes Billy Southworth.
Minimum Bid $20.


Lot 507.  5 1950s-60s Milwaukee Braves Yearbooks. In 1953, the Braves became the first major league franchise to relocate in more than 50 years, bringing baseball excitement to the Upper Midwest. Led by a young Henry Aaron, Eddie Mathews, Lew Burdette and Warren Spahn, they finished lower than second only once between 1953 and 1960. 1. 1956 yearbook, g-vg. 2. 1960, vg-ex. 3. 1961, first edition, ex+ to ex-m. 4. 1962, vg-ex. 5. 1965, smaller format yearbook, marks the Braves’ last season in Milwaukee, ex. These five yearbooks document more than one-third of the period that the Braves called Milwaukee home.
Winning Bid $168.


Lot 508.  1953 Miami Sun Sox Program, a Dodgers-Affiliated Minor League. Forty-eight page program pictures Pepper Martin as manager of the Ft. Lauderdale team. Uncommon, nicely illustrated and vg.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 509.  1958 St. Louis Cardinals at San Francisco Giants Program. Gorgeous program with two small tears along the bottom edge; otherwise, ex-m with the St. Louis lineup partially filled in. The names in the lineup seem to date the scorecard for a Sept. 21 game won by the Giants, 7-4. Mays and Musial are on the rosters.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 510.  1958, 1959 Cleveland Indians Media Guides, 1956 Schedule, 1972 Ticket Offer. Rocky Colavito is on the cover of the 1959 guide, vg, and Frank (Trader) Lane, who sent Colavito packing, shares the 1958 cover with manager Bobby Bragan, ex with some roster notations. The 1956 American League schedule, produced by Spalding, has the stamp of a Wooster, Ohio, drug store on the back. Nm. The ticket order form comes with a roster on Indians letterhead and an unused “Back of the Warpath” decal with the Indian mascot. Hard-to-come-by Indians collection.
Winning Bid $55.


Lot 511.  5 1960s Minnesota Twins Yearbooks with HoFers Killebrew and Carew. 1. The 1962 yearbook focuses on the team’s move to Minnesota the previous year. Vg-ex with tape neatly applied around the edges; ex+ contents. 2. 1963, ex with a corner stub. Ex-m appearance. 3. 1965 yearbook. These Twins won the AL pennant with the help of league MVP Zoilo Versailles, ex-m. 4. 1968, ex to ex+. 5. 1969, ex+. This yearbook marks the arrival of Billy Martin, who led the team to the AL West title.
Winning Bid $68.


Lot 512.  Scarce 1961 Washington Senators Inaugural Game Program, 1971 Media Guide. A year after the old Washington Senators left DC to become the Minnesota Twins, MLB allowed two expansion teams, including the new Washington Senators. This incarnation of the Senators remained through the 1971 season, when the team headed off to become the Texas Rangers. The key to this memorabilia pair is the program for the new team’s first game on April 10 at Griffith Stadium. The visiting White Sox won, 4-3. Three Senators are pictured in the program, Dick Donovan, Willie Tasby and Gene Woodling (in an ad). Vg-ex. The 1971 media guide marks the end of the Senators’ tenure in DC. Ted Williams is pictured as the team’s vice president and manager; 52 pages and ex-m.
Winning Bid $30.


Lot 513.  1963 St. Louis at New York Mets Opening Day Program. Playing at the Polo Grounds for a final year, the Mets lost their home opener to the Cardinals, 7-0. They would mostly keep on losing, concluding the season with 111 losses and only 51 wins. The program is scored in pen. Stan Musial played for the Cards, and Duke Snider for the Mets. Casey Stengel, Gil Hodges, Willie Mays and Musial are pictured in the program. Vg with a vertical fold; displays better.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 514.  1964 Milwaukee Braves at Houston Colt .45s Home Opener Program. The Braves won this April 16 program, 6-5. Nellie Fox, Jim Wynn and Pete Runnels are pictured in the 48-page program, which pays tribute to Jim Umbricht, who passed away just days before the season’s start. Vg+ and neatly scored with minor added writing.
Winning Bid $92.


Lot 515.  11 1960s-70s Major League Yearbooks, 4 Programs. The yearbooks: 1. 1965 “Los Angeles” Angels, the year they became the “California” Angels in Anaheim, ex. Joe Adcock, Vic Power and Jimmy Piersall were on the team. 2. 1971 Phillies, inaugural season at Veterans Stadium, vg+ to ex. 3. 1972 Pirates, Clemente and Stargell on the cover, ex. 4-5. 1972 and 1973 Royals, ex-m. 6. 1974 Braves, Hank Aaron-Babe Ruth cover, ex. 7-8. 1974 and 1979 Tigers, ex. Whitaker and Trammell are on the 1979 cover. 9. 1979 Padres, Winfield Cover, ex. 10-11. The Oakland programs double as yearbooks. Two different from 1972, one vg+ to ex, one ex. Programs: 12. 1979, Cards at Phillies, Carlton on cover, Rose and Schmidt pictured inside, ex-m.
Winning Bid $35.


Lot 516.  St. Louis Cardinals Media Guides for 1966, 1968. In 1966, the Cardinals moved into the new Busch Stadium. In 1968, they hosted the All-Star game and played for the World Championship. These teams featured such players as Gibson, Carlton, Cepeda, Brock and Maris, and Schoendienst as manager. Each guide has 36 pages; 1966 is vg+ to ex, and 1968, ex.
Winning Bid $30.


Lot 517.  4 American League 1960s Media Guides: Angels, Orioles, A’s, Tigers. 1. Baltimore Orioles 1966. Hank Bauer managed the Orioles to their first World Series appearance and title. Ex. 2. Detroit Tigers 1966. Great cover artwork. Nm. 3. California Angels 1966. The “Los Angeles Angels” became the “California Angels” as the team moved to Anaheim, ex. 4. Oakland A’s 1968. The team’s first season in Oakland. Catfish Hunter pitched the first perfect game in the A.L. since 1922. G-vg, some notations inside. A collection of important guides.
Winning Bid $30.


Lot 518.  1969 National League Championship Series New York at Atlanta Program. This program, from the first year of the NLCS, is gorgeous, unscored and desirable. The inside pages picture the Braves players and members of the Amazin’ Mets, who swept the NLCS in three straight and went on to win the World Series against the Baltimore Orioles in five games. Ex-m.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 519.  21 Phillies Yearbooks and NLCS, All-Star and Regular-Season Programs. The yearbooks are for 1973 (Mike Schmidt’s rookie season), 1974, 1976, 1977 (first, vg-ex, and second editions), 1980, 1982, 1985 ex+ to ex-m and 1986. NLCS: 1976 vs. Reds. 1980 vs. Astros, ex. 1983 vs. Dodgers, 2 copies, ex-m. All-Star: 1976 at Veterans Stadium. Regulars Season: 1974 vs. Pirates, scored, vg-ex. 1975 vs. Pirates, scored, vg+ to ex. 1975 vs. Cards, ex. 1975, Whiz Kids Silver Anniversary Program. 1977, Phillies at Expos. 1977 vs. Astros. 1978 vs. Expos. Also, four programs for the Phillies’ Fourth Annual Charity Dinner in 1977. Except as noted, these publications are generally nm and better.
Winning Bid $50.


Lot 520.  15 Baseball Yearbooks, 17 Programs, 150+ Handbills for LA 1972 “Oldtimers Day.” With one exception, these yearbooks and programs are from the 1970s-80s. Representing various teams, they generally are nm and better. Yearbooks: Baltimore 1973, Boston 1976 (Second Edition), 1979 Detroit (4 copies), 1978 Minnesota (2), 1980 Minnesota (3), 1975 N.Y. Yankees, 1982 Philadelphia (2) and 1985 Philadelphia. Programs: 1976 All-Star at Veterans Stadium. 1983 NLCS, Dodgers at Phils. 1975 Baltimore vs. Twins. 1975 Baltimore vs. Angels, scored. 1977 Chicago Cubs vs. Phils. 1985 Cincinnati vs. Giants. 1974 Cleveland vs. Royals. 1977 Montreal vs. Phils. 1977 Phils Fourth Annual Charity Dinner program. 1978 Philadelphia vs. Expos. 1973 Pirates at Spring Training in Bradenton (6 copies), Clemente tribute cover. 1967 Washington vs. Orioles, Hodges as manager, Frank Howard and Pascual profiled. Handbills: More than 150 color 8 ¼” x 11” handouts marking the Dodgers’ 1972 “Oldtimers Day,” which featured the retirement of the jersey numbers worn by Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella and Sandy Koufax. Each is pictured, as well as Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial, Pee Wee Reese, Don Newcombe and Casey Stengel. Also, a Dodgers 1980 “Photo Album,” a 36” x 24” poster with photos of 35 players, coaches and manager Tommy Lasorda. Ex in the original envelope.
Winning Bid $40.


Lot 521.  Dodgers Memorabilia – Lasorda Menu, Pictorial History, Vin Scully Program. 1. The Dodgers All-Time Greats: A Pictorial History 1890s-1970s. Magazine featuring Koufax and Robinson on the cover is packed with photos of Dodgers greats. 41 pages, nm. 2. Lasorda’s Tavern and Italian Restaurant Menu. Laminated menu from Tommy short-lived Italian restaurant in Exton, PA. Nm. 3. 1979 Vin Scully 30th Anniversary Program. Twenty-four-page program honors Scully, the “Voice of the Dodgers,” for his sportscasting career. Ex-m. An unusual assortment of Dodgers memorabilia you won’t find just anywhere.
Winning Bid $10.


Lot 522.  5 Yankees Old Timers Programs, Yankee Stadium Memorabilia. The programs are for 1964 g-vg, 1977 vg+, 1978 ex (signed by Joe Collins inside, ex-m to nm signature), 1979 nm and 1982 nm. These program picture such baseball greats as Berra, DiMaggio, Campanella, Dizzy Dean, Paige, Reese, Jackie Robinson, Drysdale and Killebrew. Three bonuses are included for the avid Yankees fan: 1. 1988 team photo and Beach Boys promotion for a concert at Yankee Stadium, ex-m. 2. 1983 The Almost Official Fan’s Guide to the New York Yankees, trivia pamphlet, ex. 3. 75th Anniversary of Yankee Stadium (1923-1998) baseball hat. Like new. Great lot for the game room!
Winning Bid $15.


Lot 523.  10 Minor League Baseball Programs. 1. 1983 Asheville Tourists, nm. 2. 1987 Williamsport Bills, nm. 3. 1988 Kenosha Twins, nm. 4. 1988 South Bend White Sox, with Stanley Coveleski cover story, nm. 5. 1993 Reading Phillies, ex-m. 6. 1994 Scranton Red Barons, ex-m. 7. 1997 Syracuse Skychiefs, nm. 8. 1997 Birmingham Barons, ex-m. 9. 1999 Bethesda Big Train, a summer team composed of college all-stars, named after Walter Johnson, who lived in Bethesda, nm. 10. 1999 Chattanooga Lookouts, oversized magazine, vg-ex.
Winning Bid $10.


Lot 524.  1988 Chicago Cubs Yearbook, 5 1980s-90s Programs. Andre Dawson is on the cover of the yearbook, which is ex-m. The key program is from the 1983 A.L. Championship Series, Baltimore at Chicago. Scored and vg-ex. Other programs: 3. 1991, Cardinals at Pirates, Bonds cover, ex-m. 4. 1993 Summer Edition II, Oakland at Toronto, ex-m. 5. 1998, Angels program, Chuck Finley cover, ex-m. 6. 1999 Devil Rays program, ex-m+.
Minimum Bid $20.


Lot 525.  Multiple Programs for 2008 Thurman Munson Awards, B.A.T. Awards Dinners. This collection includes 10 programs for the Feb. 5 Munson dinner and seven for the Jan. 29 Baseball Assistance Team dinner. Recipients of the Thurman Munson Award were Craig Biggio of the Astros, Melky Cabrera and Alex Rodriguez of the Yankees, Jamal Crawford of the Knicks, David Wright of the Mets and Kristi Yamaguchi. Each is pictured in the 44-page program. Nm. B.A.T. honored the 1968 World Series teams, the Tigers and the Cardinals. Dimitri Young of the Nationals received the Big B.A.T.-Frank Slocum Award, and Wright of the Mets was presented the Bart Giamatti Award. The 52-page program contains brief biographies of more than 100 major leaguers who were scheduled to attend. Nm-m. Seventeen programs.
Winning Bid $15.


Lot 579.  1941 Rosey Rowswell “Radio Scorecard” for Chicago at Pittsburgh. Beloved by Pirates fans, Rowswell broadcast Pirates games from 1936-54. He also wrote several books on baseball and the oft-recorded “Should You Go First Poem.” The scorecard is neatly scored in pencil for an April 25 game played by Billy Herman, Swish Nicholson, Dizzy Dean, Vince DiMaggio and others. Issued in conjunction with Mobil and two local radio stations, it was actually produced so that radio listeners could score the game at home. Vg-ex. MB $15.
Winning Bid $30.


Lot 580.  5 Pittsburgh Pirates Programs, 1949-53. The 1949 program is for a game late in the season with St. Louis. Additional players are penciled in on the scorecard, which is partially scored. Ralph Kiner is one of the players profiled in the 32 page program. G-vg with the cover detached. 1951 vs. St. Louis, additional players added to scorecard in pencil, Branch Rickey and Kiner profiled, ex with some extraneous writing. 1952, two different, both vs. Chicago, one neatly scored in pencil and vg-ex and the other partly scored and g+ to vg. Joe Garagiola is pictured in one. 1953 vs. Philadelphia, scored, ex. MB $20.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 583.  1954 Pittsburgh Pirates Spring Training Roster from Fort Pierce, FL. The roster lists Pirates favorites such as Elroy Face, Vernon Law and Bob Friend, but the presence of Curt Roberts and Sam Jethroe makes is especially interesting. Roberts became the Pirates’ first African-American player in 1954, and Jethroe appeared in two games. The fold-out creates four pages of spring training particulars with statistics. The statue of Honus Wagner on the cover makes this roster all the better. Nice, stiff ex+ copy.
Winning Bid $35.


Lot 591.  1969 Publication on the History of Forbes Field, Construction Photos. The 32-page magazine-format publication, which is printed in brown, is titled Forbes Field 60th Birthday 1909-1969: Pittsburgh Pirates Picture Album. It is loaded with historic photos of Pirates players and teams. Two 8” x 10” reproduction sepia photos show aspects of the historic ballpark’s construction, including one horse-drawn vehicle.
Minimum Bid $10.


Lot 597.  Pittsburgh Pirates Grab Bag Including Tickets, Yearbooks, Other Memorabilia. 1. 41 ticket stubs or full tickets from the 1980s-90s. Highlights include two ticket stubs from the 1990 NLCS, Game 4 g and Game 5 f. Three full tickets to the 1991 NLCS, one each for Games 1, 6 and 7. Nm-m. Also, an invitation to the 1991 NLCS party, ex-m. Two full tickets to Game 5 of the 1992 NLCS. Vg-ex. 2. Two 1985 yearbooks, nm-m. 3. 1991 Pirates calendar, e-m. 4. Two “1990-The Fire Still Burns ‘79 Pirates 5th World Championship” pins in original packaging. 5. Hard rubber 2 ½” Pirate Parrot Mascot figurine. Nm. 6. 1991 N.L. East Champs handkerchief, nm-m. 7. 1991 program, ex-m. 8. “The Knot Hole Gang” card holder, g-vg. 9. Seven “See You in PNC Park, April 2001” season ticket folders. The tickets are removed. Overall ex. 10. Unopened 1990 M.V.P. First Edition Collector Pin of Barry Bonds. 11. Unopened 1990 Starting Lineup Bobby Bonilla figure. 12. Six Pirates Mascot stickers.
Winning Bid $20.


Lot 598.  1970 Pittsburgh Pirates Scorebook Signed by Stargell, Oliver, Ellis, Veale, Others. Willie Stargell and Joe Gibbon signed the front cover. Gibbon signed again on the back, where he was joined by Dock Ellis, Bob Veale, Bob Robertson, Al Oliver, M Sanguillen and John Jeter. Vg scorebook for a game with St. Louis. The owner’s name is on the front, and another name on the back. The signatures on the back are nm 7s and nm-m 8s. The Stargell and Gibbon autographs are over type on the front and are ex.
Winning Bid $20.
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