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27 Comments

Reply Dave
11:15 PM on February 9, 2017 
Never mind I didn't buy the jersey from you my mistake.
Reply Dave
11:13 PM on February 9, 2017 
Hi Rob,

I bought a Vladi 2004 Jersey from you way back. Any interest in parting with the 04' cap?

Kindest Regards,

Dave Zirnhelt
Reply ajnrules
9:59 AM on August 12, 2016 
Hi. I came across your site while looking up stuff about Randy Johnson's 300th win. I was at that game so I've become somewhat of a fanatic about it. I believe that I saw that baseball on eBay at one point. I'm glad that it went to a good home. Best wishes.
Reply Jim Holt
3:43 PM on December 17, 2013 
Hi Rob,
how much is the price on the 1889 Spaulding Guide?
thanks
Jim Holt
Reply Rob
10:40 PM on December 4, 2012 
Fielding Freed says...
Rob,
Hello from Columbia, South Carolina! I am the Museums Director for Historic Columbia Foundation and I think you may be the man to help us solve a problem. We are in search of an 1870s baseball and/or bat and have not been having luck finding them. I could use a very bad pun here, but I won't. We are completely reinterpreting the Woodrow Wilson Family Home to focus on young Tommy Wilson, as President Wilson was known then, and Columbia during Reconstruction. It just so happens that Tommy was very much a baseball player and we have learned that the Federal occupation forces helped popularize baseball here in Columbia after the Civil War. So, we have contacted the folks at Cooperstown but they didn't have anything from the 1870s for loan. We love to have something for our visitors that's authentic to the era and makes the stories about baseball come alive through an actual object. My question to you is do you have anything like this for sale and if not, do you have a suggestion who might? Many thanks in advance, Fielding


I do have an 1880s bat and a circa Figure 8 ball or two I would consider selling. Email me. Thanks!
Reply Fielding Freed
3:42 PM on December 4, 2012 
Rob,
Hello from Columbia, South Carolina! I am the Museums Director for Historic Columbia Foundation and I think you may be the man to help us solve a problem. We are in search of an 1870s baseball and/or bat and have not been having luck finding them. I could use a very bad pun here, but I won't. We are completely reinterpreting the Woodrow Wilson Family Home to focus on young Tommy Wilson, as President Wilson was known then, and Columbia during Reconstruction. It just so happens that Tommy was very much a baseball player and we have learned that the Federal occupation forces helped popularize baseball here in Columbia after the Civil War. So, we have contacted the folks at Cooperstown but they didn't have anything from the 1870s for loan. We love to have something for our visitors that's authentic to the era and makes the stories about baseball come alive through an actual object. My question to you is do you have anything like this for sale and if not, do you have a suggestion who might? Many thanks in advance, Fielding
Reply Bob
6:56 PM on July 29, 2012 
Your site is very well done. I like that you have given us additional information for other websites to contact. I like your GU Chone Figgins hat.
Reply Steve
2:32 AM on June 20, 2012 
Just wanted to say love your site! Very well done and awesome collection! Keep up the great work!
Reply Rob L
7:47 PM on April 13, 2012 
Brad says...
Great site! I was wondering if you could tell me if the Randy Johnson spring training jersey from 98 has a mesh or polyester name plate? Thanks!


Thanks. Glad you like the site. The jersey with the name plate is a mesh plate. The other jersey has the name directly applied to the jersey.
Reply Brad
2:14 PM on April 12, 2012 
Great site! I was wondering if you could tell me if the Randy Johnson spring training jersey from 98 has a mesh or polyester name plate? Thanks!