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Baseball History, Other

1933 Game of the Century


Collector and historian Michael Fox has created an attractive and clever poster detailing Baseball’s First All-Star Game. He’s come up with a great way to follow the action of the game in visual form–great idea! It takes just moments to orientate to the format and then you can easily follow the action of the game. Very nice.

Michael is doing other important games in this manner and I hope that he’ll share some additional ones in the future. They are designed at 24″ x 18″, a perfect size for a poster. Thanks, Michael!

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This blog is about vintage and hand-made baseball cards, art, brewing and cigars, history and anything interesting that I think should be passed along. Come often, you are welcome!

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3 thoughts on “1933 Game of the Century

  1. Of course, I will send you a few this weekend; use them for the blog as need arises.

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    Posted by Michael Fox | May 9, 2019, 9:53 pm
  2. Charles:

    This is very humbling. Thank you for your very kind words.

    I do have about a dozen other noteworthy games I’ve done.

    If you ever need something for your blog, I’be happy to share them with you.

    Above all, a fan of your work,

    michael

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    Posted by Michael Fox | May 9, 2019, 10:46 am

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