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Tag PreWar Baseball

Ted Williams (True) Rookie Cards

While still in high school Ted Williams signed his first MLB contract with the San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast League. Wasn’t long after high school he caught the attention of the Boston Red Sox. Ted Williams has one…

Bobby Doerr (True) Rookie Cards

An All-Star ballplayer at Fremont High School in Los Angeles, CA. Bobby Doer was quickly signed as a 16 year old by the Hollywood Sheiks. By 1934, the Boston Red Sox picked up the option for Doerr’s contract. Bobby Doerr…

Honus Wagner (True) Rookie Card

Edward Barrow is the gentlemen responsible for noticing the talent of Honus Wagner. Realizing that Honus had what it took for the Big Leagues he contacted Louisville, Colonels, and Honus was signed in 1897. Honus Wagner has one official rookie…

Christy Mathewson (True) Rookie Cards

Baseball at the turn of the century was a sport with a tarnished image. It was a sport known for the lazy and uneducated, men who spent their time gambling, boozing, or womanizing. Christy Mathewson has three cards inside the…

Walter Johnson (True) Rookie Cards

Walter Johnson joined the Washington Senators in July of 1907 and supposedly signed a contract that paid him $450 a month. A very large sum of money for any ballplayer in this era. He debuted on August 2, 1907, in…

Babe Ruth (True) Rookie Cards

An ornery young boy was sent to live at a Catholic School. He was raised by a priest who taught him the game of baseball, having little to no social skills he quickly became a diamond in the rough. Babe…

Ty Cobb (True) Rookie Cards

Playing for the Augusta Tourist in the South Atlantic League in 1904, the Detroit Tigers exercised their option and purchased Cobb for $700 in 1905. Ty Cobb has one true rookie card.