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    Fielding cash and trade offers on this beauty.........

    Looking to trade this beauty of a card. Its a bat card and #ed 11/15. For you who dont know who he is, here is a bit of his background:
    Not sure what bv to ask, just fielding offers of things I like.

    Born: March 24, 1893, in Manchester, Ohio
    Died: March 26, 1973, in Richmond Heights, Missouri

    ML Debut: 6/28/1915
    Primary Position: First Baseman
    Bats: L Throws: L

    Played For: St. Louis Browns (1915-1922, 1924-1927), Washington Senators (1928), Boston Braves (1928-1930)
    Primary Team: St. Louis Browns
    Managed: St. Louis Browns (1924-1926)


    Awards: 1922 American League Most Valuable Player
    Hitting

    Bio
    A sharp batting eye and extraordinary fielding ability at first base led Ty Cobb to call George Sisler "the nearest thing to a perfect ballplayer." The owner of an engineering degree, Sisler was one of baseball's most intelligent and graceful players, starring predominantly for the St. Louis Browns. He won two batting titles, hitting over .400 both times, and amassed an astounding total of 257 hits in 1920, a record that stood for 84 years until surpassed by Ichiro Suzuki in 2004. He had a 41-game hitting streak in 1922, hit .300 or better 13 times and had a sizzling .340 lifetime batting average.
    Last edited by vikingfan101; 03-27-2006 at 09:39 PM.

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    yes, very much so- doubt i have anything youd need for it though. happen to have a scan?
    Ed
    Owner of Roundtablegaming

    Find me on Twitter @rtghobbies

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    Hey man, hows it going? I dont have a scan right now, but if my cam decides to work tomorow, I can prolly get you one. Ill check your list and send ya a pm.

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    My baseball knowledge would tell me that might be Roger Hornsby...

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    I believe it's George Sisler if I'm not mistaken.

    -Jeet

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    Woops! Lol. This is George Sisler, Jeet is correct. Not sure of subset. Its silver or platinum colored, so idk. Wont book of course since its /15.

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    It was obvious that it was George Sisler from your detailed description, if only you told us who made the card, we'd know what it is.........

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    Sorry man. Little out of it. Its from 2005 Ud Sp Legendary Cuts.
    Last edited by vikingfan101; 03-27-2006 at 09:36 PM. Reason: new

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