October is here and that means more than the foliage is on display as the Los Angeles Dodgers and Tampa Bay Rays prepare to square off in the annual rite of autumn…the World Series.
The start of the 116th Fall Classic has us thinking of our own Major League Baseball collections.
Join us in the clubhouse as we share some of our favorite baseball collectibles found within the hobbyDB database. And make sure to read about close hobbyDB friend and Hall of Fame collector Marshall Fogel.
Programs! Programs here! You got your peanuts and Cracker Jacks, now it’s time to pick up an official World Series Program.
2007 World Series Program – Rockies v. Red Sox
1982 World Series Program – Brewers v. Cardinals
Pin your hopes on your team being crowned champs with Hard Rock Cafe World Series Pins.
Chicago Cubs World Series Champs – Fly the “W”
Baseball World Series 2010 – Fear the Beard Champs Guitar
Take a look back on the glory days of the game with numerous classic baseball print ads hawking everything from Yoo Hoo! to Chesterfield Cigarettes and lots else.
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Adirondack Bats First – Willie Mays
Where would baseball cards be if so many moms hadn’t thrown out their sons’ cards? Chances are, the Honus Wagner would still be worth a small fortune at $3.1 million.
Mickey Mantle – 1953 Topps
Baseball and bobbleheads go perfectly together like hot dogs and mustard. While Funko’s Pop! MLB collection aren’t exactly bobbleheads, they can be used to rally your team.
Kevin Kiermaier (Star Wars Edition)
This call to the bullpen is for Major League Baseball-themed diecast vehicles. Dodger fans can find diecast versions of the team’s Brooklyn and Los Angeles airplanes and more on hobbyDB.
Brooklyn Dodgers CV-440-86
Los Angeles Dodgers L-188A Electra
1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
You’ll find some Hall-of-Fame caliber items on hobbyDB that seemingly transcend time.
Lou Gehrig Autographed Bat
Babe Ruth Autograph Baseball
What’s your favorite baseball collectible? Let us know in the comments below!
Christopher C. Wuensch
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