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Old 08-31-2018, 05:01 PM
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My next visit was on July 20th and we dropped a DH to the Royals, what was memorable about that day was that the Sox honored the 1959 Sox between games but it was also the day that man walked on the moon for the first time and it was put on the SOX-O-GRAM IIRC about 3PM and the crowd of around 13,000 went nuts and of course they lit up the scoreboard and blew off some fireworks.

I had to resurrect this thread/post because I found this while searching White Sox images online.



The program from the day you went to this game Little Nell. How cool is that?



http://www.holidays.net/mlk/store/Te...278772001.html






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I had to resurrect this thread/post because I found this while searching White Sox images online.



The program from the day you went to this game Little Nell. How cool is that?



http://www.holidays.net/mlk/store/Te...278772001.html





That is very cool Mike, thanks for posting. Some things you never forget and that day is one of them.


Before I enlisted in the USAF in October of 1965 I had every program and ticket stub from every sporting event I ever attended. Memorabilia was not all that big back then but in May of 67 my parents moved and my mom thought I was too old to care about that stuff so she threw it all away including a bunch of baseball cards from the 50s. I loved my Mom dearly to the day she died but on a few occasions I let her know (sort of kiddingly) that I never forgot what she did
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Before I enlisted in the USAF in October of 1965 I had every program and ticket stub from every sporting event I ever attended. Memorabilia was not all that big back then but in May of 67 my parents moved and my mom thought I was too old to care about that stuff so she threw it all away including a bunch of baseball cards from the 50s. I loved my Mom dearly to the day she died but on a few occasions I let her know (sort of kiddingly) that I never forgot what she did


Haha, I can relate. To the chagrin of my mother, my first wife and my current wife, I've managed to save and protect every program and scorecard from every game I've attended (going back to 1967). My collection has been threatened with incineration and other means of disposal multiple times per year! My wife has sworn that when I die, she's going to use my collection as the fuel for my cremation.
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Old 01-07-2019, 01:17 PM
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I had to resurrect this thread/post because I found this while searching White Sox images online.



The program from the day you went to this game Little Nell. How cool is that?



http://www.holidays.net/mlk/store/Te...278772001.html





I was at that DH and remember having that program, I wish I could remember what I did with it. Was cool when the scoreboard went off once they landed on the moon. It also scared the hell out of us.
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Haha, I can relate. To the chagrin of my mother, my first wife and my current wife, I've managed to save and protect every program and scorecard from every game I've attended (going back to 1967). My collection has been threatened with incineration and other means of disposal multiple times per year! My wife has sworn that when I die, she's going to use my collection as the fuel for my cremation.
Too funny! You must have a great collection, 52 years of great stuff and memories, I'm jealous.
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Too funny! You must have a great collection, 52 years of great stuff and memories, I'm jealous.
I've got every White Sox media guide / yearbook from 1964 on.
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Old 01-07-2019, 02:45 PM
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I've got every White Sox media guide / yearbook from 1964 on.
I had a bunch of those too but gave them to my son along with every complete set of Upper Deck, Flear and Topps baseball cards from the early 80s to 1993
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That is very cool Mike, thanks for posting. Some things you never forget and that day is one of them.


Before I enlisted in the USAF in October of 1965 I had every program and ticket stub from every sporting event I ever attended. Memorabilia was not all that big back then but in May of 67 my parents moved and my mom thought I was too old to care about that stuff so she threw it all away including a bunch of baseball cards from the 50s. I loved my Mom dearly to the day she died but on a few occasions I let her know (sort of kiddingly) that I never forgot what she did
I can relate. In 1968 (I was 6 years old), my uncle went to the Navy and gave a four foot high stack of Superman comics. Mostly from the 1950's.

After I read them, mom tossed them. "You don't need them any more." I remind her from time to time I don't need money any more, either. Sigh.
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