These 2003 Chicago Cubs baseball cards (by Donruss) come inside a snap-shut clear plastic storage case storing eleven cards of star players from the 2002 team who lit the sparks for the 2003 team to compete in the Playoffs that included the Steve Bartman game in 2003.
Can it really be over 12 years since that Bartman game?
All eleven cards are in Mint condition and include the ...
IF YOU'RE A TRUE CUBBY FAN Y0U SHOULD OWN THIS!
IF YOU OWN A RESTAURANT OR BAR THIS WOULD LOOK SO COOL ON YOUR WALL!
You might find a similar Beanie Baby on Ebay
but you won't find the PROGRAM, COMMEMORATIVE CARD, SCORECARD AND TICKET STUB
that's INCLUDED in my sale!
May 3, 1998, the Chicago Cubs
gave out a special TY version of Daisy the cow,
as a memorial tribute to the legendary ...
This is a group of 18 Different Vintage CUBS collectibles that you can add to your collection. This group includes a NIKE MLB Officially Licensed baseball cap, never worn. These sell on Fanatics website for over $20. Next is a Cubs lap blanket, for those cool opening days at Wrigley. Measures about 3'x4' and has never been used. Some blue and red has bled into the white but that is from the ...
1981 Topps Baseball - 726 cards (Beckett Value - $259.55) $50.00. Notables from this set: Pete Rose #180, Nolan Ryan #240, Ozzie Smith #254 and Ricky Henderson #261.
1982 Topps Baseball - 792 cards (Beckett value - $319.20)
$60.00. Notables from this set: Cal Ripken Jr. R/C #21, Nolan
Ryan #90, Terry Francona R/C #118 and Lee Smith R/C #452.
1983 - 1994 Topps ...
Mr. Cub Ernie Banks Topps baseball cards, all of which would be graded in the lower half of the quality spectrum and are priced accordingly.
1955 Topps card #28 $55
1962 Topps card #25 $20
1966 Topps card #110 $10
If you buy all three $75 ($10 discount)
A few lesser-known tidbits about Ernie:
1- No National League shortstop except Ernie has ever hit 40 home runs or ...
The Sporting News (established 1886) is a former print newspaper (the size of a large magazine) which became so dominant in its American baseball coverage that it earned the nickname "Bible of Baseball".
The newspaper's unadventurous approach became its own trademark. Readers could depend on loads of statistics, and the publisher relied on prominent local writers from the city of each ...