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Drawings132 of 4191974 ABA NETS Bruce Stark original art Dr J, Dr K"Mail Dog" 1947
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    Posted 4 years ago

    Tnccardz7282
    (37 items)

    Again my one guy comes throigh with some amazing stuff. Original engraving for Stark and the Daily news. This ones a keeper and theres another to come

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    1. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 4 years ago
      Donn Clendenon, the most valuable player in the 1969 World Series, when he hit three home runs to help propel the team known as the Miracle Mets to a five-game triumph over the Baltimore Orioles, died Saturday (Sept.25.2005) at his home in Sioux Falls, S.D. He was 70.

      His death was announced by the George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. He had had leukemia for many years.

      When the Mets stunned the baseball world in 1969, winning the National League pennant by overtaking the Cubs after a ninth-place finish in a 10-team league in 1968, the bizarre seemed almost commonplace.

      One of the strangest moments came at Shea Stadium in the sixth inning of Game 5 in the World Series, with the Orioles ahead by 3-0.

      Cleon Jones, leading off, was allowed to take first base when Mets Manager Gil Hodges proved to the home-plate umpire, Lou DiMuro, that Jones had been hit by a low curveball. Hodges did it by showing how the pitch delivered by Dave McNally was smudged with polish from Jones's shoe.
    2. Tnccardz7282 Tnccardz7282, 4 years ago
      Thats awesome im an 80s baby so reading that all was awesome for such a hard core mets fan as myself
    3. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 4 years ago
      Glad to help. Nice find!!

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