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Chub Feeney Deceased National League President signed 3x5 card

Feeney(D) was an American front office executive in Major League Baseball and president of the National League (NL) during a 40-plus year career in baseball. Born into a baseball family, Feeney was the grandson of Charles Stoneham, principal owner of the New York Giants until his death in 1936, and the nephew of Horace Stoneham, who owned the team from 1936 through 1976. Feeney began his association with the Giants as a batboy, and after his graduation from Dartmouth College and military service during World War II he joined the team's front office at the age of 24 as vice president in 1946. Although he never held the official title of general manager, Feeney would function as head of the Giants' baseball operations department for almost 24 years. He is a probable future HOFer. We offer a signed 3x5 card. Item: 1962, We offer a signed 3x5 card. Item: 1962, Feeney(D) was an American front office executive in Major League Baseball and president of the National League (NL) during a 40-plus year career in baseball. Born into a baseball family, Feeney was the grandson of Charles Stoneham, principal owner of the New York Giants until his death in 1936, and the nephew of Horace Stoneham, who owned the team from 1936 through 1976. Feeney began his association with the Giants as a batboy, and after his graduation from Dartmouth College and military service during World War II he joined the team's front office at the age of 24 as vice president in 1946. Although he never held the official title of general manager, Feeney would function as head of the Giants' baseball operations department for almost 24 years. He is a probable future HOFer. We offer a signed 3x5 card. Item: 1962, Retail Price: $75.00, $75.00, Special Offer, Sale Price: $50.00, You Save: $25.00 (33.33)%, QtyEn savoir plus

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Paul Arizin Signed 1961 Naismith Basketball HOF FDC - D. 2006 - Warriors

While "Pitchin' Paul" Arizin (d 2006) had a textbook perfect jump shot that opposing coaches described as genius, akin to Renoir or Rembrandt, the story of his climb to greatness reads like a Horatio Alger tale. In high school he didn't try out for basketball until his senior year, and then he failed to make the team. Attending Villanova University without a scholarship, Arizin's hard work and perseverance paid off, earning him a place on the team as a sophomore. A year later, this unknown player set a single game scoring record with 85 points; as a senior he was named the 1950 College Player of the Year. Arizin led the NBA in scoring in 1952 (25.4 ppg) and 1957 (25.6 ppg) and was among the league's best each season. As a member of the Philadelphia Warriors, Arizin played in the NBA All-Star Game in each of his ten pro seasons. We offer a basketball HOF signed 1961 FDC. Item: 3695, While "Pitchin' Paul" Arizin (d 2006) had a textbook perfect jump shot that opposing coaches described as genius, akin to Renoir or Rembrandt, the story of his climb to greatness reads like a Horatio Alger tale. In high school he didn't try out for basketball until his senior year, and then he failed to make the team. Attending Villanova University without a scholarship, Arizin's hard work and perseverance paid off, earning him a place on the team as a sophomore. A year later, this unknown player set a single game scoring record with 85 points; as a senior he was named the 1950 College Player of the Year. Arizin led the NBA in scoring in 1952 (25.4 ppg) and 1957 (25.6 ppg) and was among the league's best each season. As a member of the Philadelphia Warriors, Arizin played in the NBA All-Star Game in each of his ten pro seasons. We offer a basketball HOF signed 1961 FDC. Item: 3695, Price:, $49.00, QtyEn savoir plus

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Paul Endacott Signed 1961 Naismith Basketball HOF FDC – D. 1997

A tenacious defender, Paul Endacott (D. 1997) was a two-time All-Missouri Valley Conference team selection at the University of Kansas. Under Hall of Fame Head Coach "Phog" Allen, Endacott led the team to a 17-1 overall record, the national title, and the first-ever Missouri Valley Conference undefeated record (16-0). Captain of the basketball team in his senior year, Endacott earned Helms Athletic Foundation Player of the Year honors. For his outstanding play as a collegian, Endacott was named to the Associated Press All-Time All-American Second-Team and the legendary Phog Allen's National All-Time College Team. After graduating from Kansas, Endacott played Amateur Athletic Union basketball for five seasons with the Phillips 66 Oilers. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1972. We offer a basketball HOF signed 1961 FDC. Item: 3619, We offer a basketball HOF signed 1961 FDC. Item: 3619, A tenacious defender, Paul Endacott (D. 1997) was a two-time All-Missouri Valley Conference team selection at the University of Kansas. Under Hall of Fame Head Coach "Phog" Allen, Endacott led the team to a 17-1 overall record, the national title, and the first-ever Missouri Valley Conference undefeated record (16-0). Captain of the basketball team in his senior year, Endacott earned Helms Athletic Foundation Player of the Year honors. For his outstanding play as a collegian, Endacott was named to the Associated Press All-Time All-American Second-Team and the legendary Phog Allen's National All-Time College Team. After graduating from Kansas, Endacott played Amateur Athletic Union basketball for five seasons with the Phillips 66 Oilers. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1972. We offer a basketball HOF signed 1961 FDC. Item: 3619, Retail Price: $95.00, $95.00, Special Offer, Sale Price: $69.99, You Save: $25.01 (26.33)%, QtyEn savoir plus

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Johnny Baker College Football HOF Signed 3x5 Index Card USC D.1979

Johnny Baker (D. 1979) was an American football player and coach. He played college football at the University of Southern California, where he was a two-time All-American at guard. Baker served as the head football coach at Iowa State Teachers College—now the University of Northern Iowa (1933–1934), George Washington University (1942), the University of Denver (1948–1952) and Sacramento State College—now California State University, Sacramento (1957–1960), compiling a career college football coaching record of 44–67–4. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as a player in 1983. Baker earned varsity letters at USC in 1929, 1930, and 1931. He played in the 1930 and the 1932 Rose Bowl, kicking five points after touchdowns. He kicked the winning 33-yard field goal with one minute to go in USC's game against the Notre Dame in 1931. It was USC's first victory in South Bend. Baker was an all-conference first-teamer in 1930 and 1931 and was invited to participate in a demonstration game of American football at the 1932 Summer Olympics, but he declined. American football, college football, University of Southern California, All-American, guard, University of Northern Iowa, George Washington University, University of Denver, California State University, Sacramento, College Football Hall of Fame, 1930, 1932 Rose Bowl, field goal, USC, Notre Dame, South Bend, 1932 Summer Olympics, Signed 3x5 index card signed sometime between 1953-56 when he was an assistant football coach at WashingtonEn savoir plus

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Willie Mays 1954 World Series – THE CATCH - Iconic 1950’s Original UPI Photo

The Catch refers to a memorable defensive baseball play by Willie Mays on September 29, 1954, during Game 1 of the 1954 World Series between the New York Giants and the Cleveland Indians at the Polo Grounds in New York on a ball hit by Vic Wertz. The score was tied 2-2 in the top of the eighth inning. Starting pitcher Sal Maglie walked Larry Doby and gave up a single to Al Rosen. With runners on first and second, Giants manager Leo Durocher summoned left-handed relief pitcher Don Liddle to replace Maglie and pitch to Cleveland's Wertz, also a left-hander. Wertz worked the count to two balls and a strike before crushing Liddle's fourth pitch approximately 420 feet to deep center field. In many stadiums the hit would have been a home run and given the Indians a 5-2 lead. However, this was the spacious Polo Grounds, and Giants center fielder Willie Mays, who was playing in shallow center field, made an on-the-run over-the-shoulder catch on the warning track to make the out. Having caught the ball, he immediately spun and threw the ball, losing his hat in characteristic style. Doby, the runner on second, might have been able to score the go-ahead run had he tagged at the moment the ball was caught; but as it was, he ran when the ball was hit, and then had to scramble back to retag and only got as far as third base. (Rosen stayed at first on this play.) Liddle was then relieved by Marv Grissom, to whom he supposedly remarked "Well, I got my man!" (The next batter walked to load the bases, but the next 2 batters were retired to end this half-inning with no runs scored.), VERY few original photos of the moment were taken and even fewer exist. This example is a clean view of the moment it all happened with Mays holding the ball a second after the catch, hat falling off, and starting his turn toward the infield to throw the ball back in. Impressive clarity and a true piece of American sports history. Photo comes with a long paper caption and it dates to the late 1950's stamped by the United PressEn savoir plus

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