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  • gaelicgirl

    @tmarohl said...

    So they didn’t drink?

    For all I know they were only there for drinks and party favors, if you know what I mean.
    My boss comp’d them, so maybe he bought them dinner, too.

  • mbunner23

    @tmarohl said...

    I was actually second row behind the dugout the day Yount got his 2500th hit. Photo made the Milwaukee Sentinel. Got a hard copy of the picture, and sent it to Yount asking for his autograph in a self addressed stamped envelope. Of course, he signed it. That is the way autographs used to be handled back in the day.

    I used to have a baseball card collection from the 70’s and 80’s. There used to be lists of players mailing addresses. You could send cards to their houses with a self addressed stamped envelope and they would sign them for free. You could do the same thing by sending cards to the ballclub with a self addressed stamped envelope. You would get them back 90% of the time autographed.

    Now, if you want an autograph, you go pay $100 bucks to stand in line at a signing or something.

    You may want to look into selling some of those cards if you have good ones.

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    @Sleazygreazy said...

    Love it. I’m a big heckle guy. My go to is telling the guy he’s gonna be headed to (AAA city), usually the Mariners and Tacoma. Would go to the Big A with like 5,000 fans there and the players could hear everything. Dustin Ackley is not a fan of mine

    So, you are responsible for destroying what was supposed to be a great big league career for Ackley? Impressive.

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    @tmarohl said...

    I was actually second row behind the dugout the day Yount got his 2500th hit. Photo made the Milwaukee Sentinel. Got a hard copy of the picture, and sent it to Yount asking for his autograph in a self addressed stamped envelope. Of course, he signed it. That is the way autographs used to be handled back in the day.

    I used to have a baseball card collection from the 70’s and 80’s. There used to be lists of players mailing addresses. You could send cards to their houses with a self addressed stamped envelope and they would sign them for free. You could do the same thing by sending cards to the ballclub with a self addressed stamped envelope. You would get them back 90% of the time autographed.

    Now, if you want an autograph, you go pay $100 bucks to stand in line at a signing or something.

    I used to do this too when I was a little dude. Beckett used to have the addresses for all the stadiums and where to write to, before you could just Google them. Almost always got something back. Sometimes I wouldn’t even send a card and they’d sign and send an 8×10. Sometimes they wouldn’t send back the card, but sign and send something else. Sometimes they’d sign and send multiple things. Pretty amazing really.

  • tmarohl

    @mbunner23 said...

    You may want to look into selling some of those cards if you have good ones.

    Sold them many years ago. Should have held onto them.

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