Daily 3 stars

Discussion in 'Show and Tell' started by aceecards, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. to show off my high res scan bucket I just finished!

    Grouped by sport and with a theme
    At Fenway Park, Babe Ruth hits his 127th home run helping the Yankees defeat the Red Sox in 10 innings, 7-6. The homer moves the 'Sultan of Swat' past Sam Thompson into second place on the career list for homers and 11 dingers behind all-time leader, Roger Connor.

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  2. 1925
    At Forbes Field, Max Carey becomes the first switch-hitter to hit for the cycle. The Pirate outfielder's performance helps Pittsburgh to bash Brooklyn, 21-5.

  3. Mike

    MikeThrow Up The X! Staff Member

    Very nice, Steve! Gotta love the neat little tidbits of information with the cards, too. :thumbsup:
  4. 1986
    Collegiate football standout Bo Jackson, who will eventually spend four seasons with the Oakland Raiders, signs to play baseball with the Royals, the defending World Champions. The Auburn running back had been drafted first overall in the 1986 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but the Heisman trophy winner turns down the Buccaneers' more lucrative offer when the team refuses to let him play two sports.

    Sorry that's not a high res scan I guess it didn't upload
  5. captkirk42

    captkirk42Old School Vintage Staff Member

    Nice auto cards and a cool short numbered Babe.
  6. pwolantern

    pwolanternTCZ's #1 Manningham collector

    Very nice
  7. wow had no idea how tough some days would be

    June 21st have to go multisport for 3 stars!

    1963 - In St. Louis, Bob Hayes set a record when he ran the 100-yard dash in 0.09.1.
  8. 1939 - Lou Gehrig quit baseball due to illness.

  9. 1942 - Ben Hogan recorded the lowest score (to that time) in a major golf tournament. Hogan shot a 271 for 72 holes in Chicago, IL.

  10. Mike

    MikeThrow Up The X! Staff Member

    No image for the Hogan?! :confused:

    Nice ones on the others, though, especially that Gehrig.
  11. sorry I guess my mouse was defective
  12. Mike

    MikeThrow Up The X! Staff Member

    You know what impresses me most about that Snead? It's the $.04 stamp. Stamps are 10x that amount now! Doh!
  13. and it wasn't supposed to be snead.. better recheck now!
  14. Ok June 22!
    Besides Maddie coming home from London England Here is my take on the history of June 22 3 Stars


    President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the G.I. Bill of Rights.

  15. 1979 - Former WHA teams the Edmonton Oilers, Hartford Whalers, Quebec Nordiques and Winnipeg Jets joined the NHL. The NHL had expanded to 21 teams.

    and we end up with..

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