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Thread: My Line-Up Card Collection - 12/29/2019 - Pedro 1st win

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    Super excited to be able to pick these up. MLB debut of Pudge Rodriguez.

    As always, if anyone has any lineup cards please keep me in mind. And if you are looking for lineup cards let me know as I now have over 2000, and many that don't really fit the PC.

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    WS clinching game from 2007 and 2018...
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    At this point, itís rare for me to find a HOF manager I donít have yet. Excited to pick this one up. Mathews only managed for parts of 3 years of which 2 were partial seasons.

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    1976 World Series Game 4 (clinching game). Big Red Machine swept the Yankees. Looks like things were a bit wild based on the condition of the lineups.

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    Couple of Playoff lineup cards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topnotchsy View Post
    1976 World Series Game 4 (clinching game). Big Red Machine swept the Yankees. Looks like things were a bit wild based on the condition of the lineups.

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    Love them! Probably not for sale but I'd be interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topnotchsy View Post
    1976 World Series Game 4 (clinching game). Big Red Machine swept the Yankees. Looks like things were a bit wild based on the condition of the lineups.

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    I had to go look up who the Yankees DH was, as I couldnít figure out who Md4 was...turns out it actually says May...who knew, lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Juan Gris View Post
    Love them! Probably not for sale but I'd be interested.
    In general not looking to move these, but sent a pm.


    Quote Originally Posted by MrMet View Post
    I had to go look up who the Yankees DH was, as I couldn’t figure out who Md4 was...turns out it actually says May...who knew, lol


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    I had a hard time reading that as well, but it does seem that it was Carlos May.

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    Been able to pick up some cool rookie season lineup cards recently.

    Trout only played 40 games in 2011, so finding a lineup card that he is on from 2011 is super tough. 2012 was the season he won the Rookie of the Year, and this was the first 4-hit game of his career.

    For Judge, found 2 rookie lineup cards, including one which he hit a homerun.
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    I know itís a sign of the times and all that, but, imho, the handwritten ones are so much cooler than the typed out ones...at least the manager still signed them for real tho


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMet View Post
    I know itís a sign of the times and all that, but, imho, the handwritten ones are so much cooler than the typed out ones...at least the manager still signed them for real tho


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    I'm totally with you on that. Jim Leyland was maybe the last manager to write everything out. Not sure if he still does, but he was doing it long after others. Here's a Verlander playoff win.

    The Twins even had a facsimile signature as far back as the mid 00's.
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    I've been picked many cool lineup cards over the years and a few really nice ones recently that I hope to share in the next little bit. But I don't think any one I've picked up is more significant than this one.

    Back in 2001, I was my classroom (before class) looking out the window when a classmate walked in and said that a small plane had hit one of the Twin Towers. It's a day that I don't think any of us will forget.

    One of the things I remember from that day is that there was nothing to distract you from the news. It was on every channel. I remember listening to the radio and along with everything else, I remember it hitting me hard when the games were canceled that night.

    While NY was Ground Zero that evening, Washington DC was obviously greatly impacted as well. While NY had the Mets and Yankees, Washington did not have a team at that time. The Orioles were their team.

    This lineup card originated from Sam Perlozzo. He's a former player and manager, who in 2001 was a coach for the Orioles.

    Because the game was canceled, it remains blank. But of all the lineup cards I own, it may tell the biggest story.
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    Man, I got chills


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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMet View Post
    Man, I got chills


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    Thanks. I feel the same way on it.


    Recently got a few lineup cards signed. Really happy with how they turned out

    Curt Schilling - MLB Debut
    Tom Glavine - 1st career win
    Steve Garvey - the game that ended his NL record consecutive games streak

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    Earlier this year I picked up a huge lot of lineup cards that were from Tommy Lasorda's personal collection. I shared some scans of a few, but there were loads more interesting ones.

    Here are 3 related to Pedro:

    Pedro Martinez 1st career win
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    Pedro Martinez 3rd career win
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    Pedro Martinez - pre-MLB debut. While I can't confirm definitively, there is a very good chance this is the first time Pedro ever appeared eligible on a Major League lineup card.
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