A few more weeks and we'll be back in the swing of things for 2017. I'm looking forward to rooting for the Tigers but will watch local Braves games unless the Tigers are on a network.
Remember, I'm not rooting for the Braves this year because of Liberty Medias corporate greed winning out over baseball.
The title of this post has 2 meanings as the card I'm highlighting is a 1939 Play Ball card :
This is card #91 of John Knott. According to Baseball Reference he was more commonly known as Jack. Knott finished 82-103 with a 4.97 ERA during his 12 year career. He played for 3 teams during that span. Amazing that he lasted as long as he did. He struck out less than 500 batters and walked over 600 in 1500+ innings.
As with many of my vintage cards, I bought this card at a show. I'd like to think I'll have enough money some day to buy more 1939 Play Ball but my lottery numbers don't seem overly lucky.
Back in 2010 there were repacks of Donruss Americana and Popcardz that came with one guaranteed hit per repack. They were pretty cheap and ...
So today, in the Falcons game, we learn that a 10 yard, incomplete, forward pass can be a fumble and be the difference in the game.