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Year
Brand
Number
Info
Condition
SN
Qty
Book Value
Your Price
Name/Team

1987
Topps Traded
6
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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1
$1.00
$1.00
ARMSTRONG,JACK
Reds

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1987
Topps Traded
14
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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4
$1.00
$1.00
BURKS,ELLIS
Red Sox

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1987
Topps Traded
24
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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6
$1.00
$1.00
CONE,DAVID
Mets

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1987
Topps Traded
62
Extended Rookie Card
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1
$1.00
$1.00
MACFARLANE,MIKE
Royals

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1987
Topps Traded
73
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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1
$1.00
$1.00
MARTINEZ,DAVE
Cubs

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1987
Topps Traded
83
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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1
$1.00
$1.00
PEREZ,MELIDO
White Sox

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1987
Topps Traded
91
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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1
$1.00
$1.00
NOKES,MATT
Tigers

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1987
Topps Traded
96
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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4
$1.00
$1.00
POLONIA,LUIS
Athletics

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1987
Topps Traded
114
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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6
$1.00
$1.00
SMILEY,JOHN
Pirates

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1987
Topps Traded
116
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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2
$1.00
$1.00
STANLEY,MIKE
Rangers

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1987
Topps Traded
117
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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2
$1.00
$1.00
STEINBACH,TERRY
Athletics

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1987
Topps Traded
129
Extended Rookie Card
NMMT
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3
$1.00
$1.00
WILLIAMS,MATT
Giants

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baseball bat
His name was James E. Bennett. It was the year of 1904 when his spectacular yet bizarre catching apparatus was patented. Bennett’s invention was to replace the catchers glove all together. It was the wave of the future, a big wire cage went over the chest and protected the face with a fence shield. Once the pitched ball passed through the flapped doors they would close immediately, proceed to hit a padded springs against the chest, much like a bed mattress. The ball would then pass through a hole on the bottom where the catcher would grab it and continue with game play.


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