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 Why did baseball cards originate?

Answer With an image of a team or player on one side and advertising material on the other, baseball cards originated in the 1860s as a way for companies to offer a collectible souvenir which would also p... Read More »
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What Detroit Tigers baseball announcer was traded for a baseball player?

Detroit Tigers announcer Ernie Harwell broke into the Major Leagues in a unique way. In 1948, he was traded to the Brooklyn Dodgers from the minor league Atlanta Crackers for catcher Cliff Dapper. ... Read More »
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What baseball player had the most strikeouts in minor league baseball?

In 2009, the minor league pitcher to record the most strikeouts was Matthew Moore, who struck out 176 batters for the Tampa Bay Rays "Single A" affiliate. The hitter to strike out the most times in... Read More »
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Baseball gloves are leather -- can vegans play baseball?

You won't get a decent answer. Can these fruitcakes be sports fans at all?! They cannot by their own holier than thou mindset be fans of football, soccer, baseball, basketball, etc. If it's not t... Read More »
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How to Protect Baseball Cards and Baseball Memorabilia?

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