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    Masked Men

    As a collector of predominately Rookies and odd cards I have a few baseball cards of players wearing odd masks. 1981 Ellis Valentine, Gary Roenike, 1995 Charlie Hayes , a variety of Jason Heyward ( who seemingly pioneered the guard we see many wearing today ). And of course Stanton and his G mask/face guard. Does anyone know of any other baseball cards featuring a picture of an odd ball mask/face guard?

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    Cincinnati Reds Golden State Warriors Oakland Raiders

    It is not a mask but......
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    HaHa no mask, but I will add it to the collection. Thanks

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    Glad you like it. I remember this card from when I started collecting and it still makes me smile when ever I see it.

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    NICE, thats what is all about

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    Have you tried checking this thread?

    https://www.sportscardforum.com/thre...ll-Card-Thread

    It has all the weird and funny baseball cards so I imagine there are some masks in there

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    Perhaps something from one of the first catchers to wear a mask back in the dead ball era...

    https://mlblogsbestblog.wordpress.co...catchers-mask/

    Also, Charlie O'Brien was the first catcher to wear a hockey mask (although I don't know if it ever appeared on any cards).

    Perhaps some of the players that wore excessive eye black (like Bryce Harper used to call his "war paint")... That's as much of a mask as Gene Simmons ever wore, so that kinda counts, lol.

    Good luck in your collection. I'm not familiar with the cards you mentioned. If you feel like showing them off, we'd love to see them!

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    Oh, and one other thing...

    Look for recent "postseason celebration" cards. Many of the players are wearing large goggles (which is kinda like a mask).

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    Thanks, I'll check out Harper.

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