New AAGPBL set available

I have created a new All-American Girls Professional Baseball League set. Made famous by the movie “A League of Their Own” this set contains the 1945 season with 6 teams plus you get 5 All-Time Great teams (1944 Milwaukee Chicks, 1946 Racine Belles, 1949 Rockford Peaches, 1951 South Bend Blue Sox and the 1953 Fort Wayne Daisies).

The 1945 season contains some of the greats of the league like Dottie Kamenshek (Geena Davis’ character Dottie was based on), Helen Callaghan (Casey Candaele’s mom), Sophie Kurys (115 SBs), Dottie Collins (29-10, 0.83 ERA), Connie “Polish Rifle” Wisniewski (32-11, 0.81 ERA), Helen Fox (24-19, 1.34 ERA), Carolyn Morris (28-12, 1.08 ERA) and many more Hall-of Famers. Pitching rules the day in 1945 as the league ERA was around 2.00 and the league batting average was .199. The rules were still for underhand fast pitch but with some baseball rules.

The All-Time great teams has some of the best players seasons ever. In 1944 manager Max Carey has the team stealing at every chance with Vickie Panos (.263, 141 SBs), Pat Keagle (.264, 122 SBs), Tiby Eisen (.204, 91 SBs), Doris Tetzlaff (.212, 101 SBs) and Alma Ziegler (.191, 77SBs) as Jo Kabick won 26 games and Connie Wisniewski won 23. 1946 Racine’s secondbasewoman Sophie Kurys hit .286 and stole 201 bases!, while teammate Jo Winter won 33 games and Anna Hutchison won 26. By 1951 pitching was overhand and the batting was catching up to pitching. South Bend featured “Shorty” Pryer (.312, 129 SBs), Betty Wagoner (.272, 50 SBs) and Shoo-Shoo” Wirth (.274, 69 SBS) at the top of the order with pitcher-3B Jean Faut (15-7, 1.33 ERA) leading the staff. The 1953 Fort Wayne Daisies had the 3 Weaver sisters leading the way with Betty (Weaver) Foss (.312, 80 SBs), Jo Weaver (.346, 70 SBs, 76 RBI) and Jean Weaver (7-1, 2.46 ERA) and the pitching staff had three 16 game winners in Max Kline, Pat Scott and Jaynne Bittner.

Here is my list of my available Minor League sets and how to order

All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Roster/Lineup sheet: AAGPBL_Roster–Sheet

1963 Pacific Coast League set now available

The 1963 Pacific Coast League set is completed. The color set of pdfs include every player on the team he ended the season with. This 10 team, 331 card set with Lineup Cards is now ready for order.

50 years ago the Spokane Indians finished 98-60 but the Oklahoma City 89ers beat them in the Finals 4 games to 3 to win their first league championship. This set features stars of the 60’s and 70’s like Tony Oliva, Deron Johnson, Jesus Alou, Chico Salmon, Cesar Tovar, Tommie Aaron, Dick Green, Bob Uecker, Chico Ruiz, Tommy Helms, Jim Ray Hart, Dalton Jones, Art Shamsky, Mel Queen, Dave Guisti, Pete Richert and more! There are also a few interesting part time cards like Tony Perez, Matty Alou and Hawk Harrelson.

Here is my list of my available Minor League sets and how to orderArchRivals Minor League Sets Available

1963 Pacific Coast League Roster/Lineup sheet: 63PCL_LineupCards

1963 Tony Oliva sample card: 63PCL_Sample_Oliva

1963 Pacific Coast League Overall Standings:

North Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Spokane Indians 98 60 .620 — Danny Ozark Los Angeles Dodgers
Hawaii Islanders 81 77 .513 17 Irv Noren Los Angeles Angels
Tacoma Giants 79 79 .500 19 Red Davis San Francisco Giants
Portland Beavers 73 84 .465 24½ Les Peden/Dan Carnevale Kansas City Athletics
Seattle Rainiers 68 90 .430 30 Mel Parnell Boston Red Sox

South Division W L Pct. GB Manager Affiliation
Oklahoma City 89ers 84 74 .532 — Grady Hatton Houston Colt .45s
San Diego Padres 83 74 .529 ½ Don Heffner Cincinnati Reds
Dallas-Ft. Worth Rangers 79 79 .500 5 Jack McKeon Minnesota Twins
Salt Lake City Bees 73 85 .462 11 El Tappe Chicago Cubs
Denver Bears 71 87 .449 13 Jack Tighe Milwaukee Braves

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