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Jimmie Foxx Baseball Cards

Who is Jimmie Foxx? James Emory Foxx was born in 1907 in Maryland. He grew up on a farm and learned an exceptional amount about baseball from his father. He was also ran track and excelled in the 220 yard run. Foxx was such an exceptional young baseball player that he left high school during […]

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Mel Ott Baseball Cards

Who was Mel Ott? Melvin Thomas Ott was born in 1909 in Gretna, Louisiana. Ott was one of three children. His dad and uncles played semi-pro baseball and were able to teach the game to him.  In high school, Ott played about two games a week. On the other days, he played for a semi-pro […]

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Doble Aguila Baseball

The 1931 Doble Aguila cards depict the Venezuelan League. They are black and white, and typically show more than one player on the card. The backs show a description in Spanish of the action shot on the front. The cards originate from Tobacco and are 1 3/4 by 2/34 in length. These cards are found […]

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1945-46 Caramelo Deportivo

The 1945-46 Caramelo Deportivo set depicts players from the 1945 Cuban League winter ball season. These cards are smaller in size, they measure 1  7/8 by 2 5/8 and have a very thin stock (which is similar to other Cuban releases such as Propaganda Montiel). There are 100 cards in this set. All of these […]

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Minnie Minoso Baseball Cards

Minnie Minoso Baseball Cards span over 4 decades and help cement his legacy across the sport. He is featured in many international releases and oddball sets. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4eibZOUxIc&ab_channel=BreakoutCards Who is Minnie Minoso Orestes (Minnie) Minoso a.k.a. the Cuban Comet was born in 1925 in Cuba. He grew up on a sugar plantation where he picked sugarcane […]

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Walter Johnson Baseball Cards

Walter Johnson Baseball cards are some of the most in demand pre war cards to collect. They span from T206s to late caramel cards. Who Is Walter Johnson Walter Perry Johnson A.K.A The Big Train was born in 1887 in Kansas. He grew up on a farm and baseball did not have an impact on […]

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Martin Dihigo Baseball Cards

Martin Dihigo was born in 1906 in Cidra, Cuba. He receieved two awesome nicknames: “El Immortal” (the immortal) and “El Maestro” (the teacher). He began his career in 1922 at the ripe age of only 16 as a backup outfielder. Dihigo became an amazing hitter, but originally couldn’t hit curveballs very well. He played year-round […]

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Johnny Bench Baseball Cards

A Johnny Bench baseball card is a must for any serious vintage collector. One of the best catchers of the 60/70s, Bench has many different Topps releases including rare test issues and cards from Canada and Venezuela. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1H4RmZ_-Uc&ab_channel=BreakoutCards Who is Johnny Bench Johnny Lee Bench was born in 1947 in Oklahoma. His father was a […]

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George Mikan Basketball Cards

Who was George Mikan? George (a.k.a. Mr. Basketball) Mikan was basketball’s first superstar. He was born in Illinois in 1924 and grew to be 6 foot 10 inches which was extremlly tall for the time.   However, when Mikan was a kid, he wasn’t very interested in basketball at all and was an established marble […]

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Elgin Baylor Basketball Cards

Who is Elgin Baylor? Elgin Gay Baylor was drafted 14th overall by the Lakers and stayed with the team for the rest of his career. Baylor averged 27 points and 13 rebounds per game. This was very impressive considering he was only 6 foot 5 inches tall. Most centers nowadays have a hard time obtaining […]

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