By Grant Brisbee
on Sep 7 2012, 3:53p
Every so often, I forget this exists. Don't make the same mistake. Behold: The Baseball Reliquary.
My favorite exhibit? Too tough to say, but I think I'll go with the Walter O'Malley tortilla.
Previous Internet Christmases
I: 1930 Spalding Base Ball Guide II: Negro Leagues Database III: Bob Gibson video IV: John McGraw's Scientific Baseball V: NBC Archive, featuring Bud Selig
VI: 1888's Base-ball: How to Become a Player VII: Connie Mack's How To Play Base-Ball VIII: Life Magazine's greatest baseball photosIX: Branch Rickey's scouting report on Don DrysdaleX: 100,000+ crowd for White Autos game
XI: Thomas Edison baseball videoXII: Babe Ruth in Just PalsXIII: Stories of the Base Ball FieldXIV: Babe Ruth swing analysisXV: Bob Feller mechanical analysis
XVI: Vin Scully calling Hank Aaron's 715th home runXVII: 1934 Tigers/Yankees Radio BroadcastXIX: Bob Feller's fastball racing a motorcycleXX: PCL Promo video from 1946 XXI: Oakland Oaks parade
XXII: Old-timey Red Sox picture collectionXXIII: A visual history of Seals Stadium
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