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    Posted 8 years ago

    electobacco
    (171 items)

    I haven't been here in a while so I thought I would pass by and share some of my recent finds. I miss all of you and hopefully each and everyone of you is having an amazing Spring so far! : )

    Used as a cane and, when you wanted to show off what your favorite baseball team accomplished, surprise!! Out pops a pennant! : ) The pennant can be pushed into the long metal cane and pulled out on the top. It measures about 37 inches when closed and extends to about 52 inches.

    This was possibly sold at Navin Field in Detroit potentially leading up to and at the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals which the Tigers lost 4-3. They ended up having their best winning percentage/record in franchise history this season at 101-53.

    Have an awesome day everyone. Wishing all of you nothing but the best! : )

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    1. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      Yet once again thanks for loving this Detroit Tiger pennant petey and lisa. Keep rockin my friends! : )
    2. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      Hey Belltown thanks for the love. Keep up the amazing work on the site. Have an awesome day! : )
    3. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      Thanks yet again for showing some love for this pennant as well PhilDavid. : )
    4. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      Hello Scott. I hope your Spring is going well. Thanks for sending some love the way of the pennant! : )
    5. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      Hello walksoftly. Good to see you on here. Thanks for the love! : )
    6. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      Thank you yet again BELLIN for showing this pennant some love. Have a great day and week ahead my friend! : )
    7. electobacco electobacco, 8 years ago
      I appreciate you stopping by and liking this item Hunter. Keep up the awesome work on the site and always wishing you nothing but the best! : )
    8. MJTuc MJTuc, 8 years ago
      Very Nice! You should get it into a frame ASAP if your planning to keep it. If your a Tiger fan then I hope you do.. Sparky Anderson is one of my favorite and respected coach. I really wanted them to win against the Giants....
      Take Care and thanks for sharing.
    9. MJTuc MJTuc, 8 years ago
      Wow,,, I ment Jim Leyland... Sparky I like also but Jim is current and needs to win the WS to become only the 3rd coach to win WS in both leagues.

      Sparky Anderson
      Tony La Russa
      ""Jim??"

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