02-23-2013, 06:45 PM #1
2012 Panini National Treasures Baseball TEAM PICK Group Break #391
Product: 2012 Panini National Treasures Baseball Case
Arizona Diamondbacks - seguin71
Atlanta Braves - ezan1214
Baltimore Orioles - keithmes
Boston Red Sox - ezan1214
Chicago Cubs - refone
Chicago White Sox - VikingPat
Cincinnati Reds - keithmes
Cleveland Indians - AmK
Colorado Rockies - CStipe
Detroit Tigers - keithmes
Florida Marlins - jameskor
Houston Astros - Jerryjtj
Kansas City Royals - JumpingSquare
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim - keithmes
Los Angeles Dodgers - refone
Milwaukee Brewers - AmK (P)
Minnesota Twins - refone
New York Mets - Keith/Hickies
New York Yankees - JumpingSquare
Oakland Athletics - AmK
Philadelphia Phillies - JumpingSquare
Pittsburgh Pirates - SteelPen2
San Diego Padres - seguin71
San Francisco Giants - refone
Seattle Mariners - PEJ
St. Louis Cardinals - keithmes
Tampa Bay Rays - StockExchange
Texas Rangers - namwots
Toronto Blue Jays - MNum
Washington Nationals - namwots
Which Team Does It Go To? Pecking Order...
1. Logo/Name of Team on Card
2. If current player, it goes to current team (ONLY if no Logo/Team Name is associated)
3. If NO Team is listed - Most games played for
4. If team is no longer or NEVER part of MLB, Most games played for an MLB Team
5. If player NEVER played in the MLB, 30 Team Random
MOVED/DEFUNCT TEAMS INFO
∑ 1902: Milwaukee Brewers moved to St. Louis, Missouri and became the St. Louis Browns.
∑ 1903: Baltimore Orioles movedto New York andbecame the Highlanders. The team wasrenamed the Yankees in 1913.
∑ 1953: Boston Braves movedto Milwaukee. This was thefirst relocation in 50 years. During those 50 years, there had also been noexpansions or contractions—Major League Baseball had consisted of the same 16teams, 8 in each league, playing in the same cities without interruption forhalf a century.
∑ 1954: St. Louis Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles.
∑ 1955: Philadelphia Athletics moved to Kansas City,Missouri.
∑ 1958: Brooklyn Dodgers moved to Los Angeles; New York Giants moved to San Francisco. These were the first major league teams on the West Coast; the teams moved simultaneously to facilitate travel for other National League (NL) teams.
∑ 1961: Washington Senators (original) moved to the Twin Cities area and became the Minnesota Twins. Not wishing to alienate Washington, D.C. and its powerful baseball fans, the American League (AL) granted the city a new expansion franchise, also called the Senators.
∑ 1966: Milwaukee Braves moved to Atlanta, Georgia.
∑ 1968: Kansas CityAthletics moved to Oakland, California.Because Charles O. Finley brokea recently signed lease and public bonds were already issued for the buildingof what is now known as Kauffman Stadium, Major LeagueBaseball was in danger of anti-trust legislation from Missouri Senator Stuart Symington. As a result, the AL grantedKansas City a new expansion franchise in 1969.
∑ 1970: Seattle Pilots movedto Milwaukee and became the Brewers. The AL wouldgrant Seattle a new expansion franchise in 1977.
∑ 1972: Second WashingtonSenators moved to Arlington, Texas andbecame the Texas Rangers.
∑ 2005: Montreal Expos movedto Washington, D.C. and became the Washington Nationals. TheExpos had split time between Montreal and San Juan, PuertoRico in 2003 and 2004. This was the first relocation in 33 years.
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02-26-2013, 07:51 PM #2
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03-12-2013, 01:40 AM #5
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03-12-2013, 11:10 AM #6
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