Although I have not written the bios, I have uploaded profile pages for each of the men banned from Baseball who played in the 1919 World Series. Hope you enjoy! You can visit Shoeless Joe Jackson’s page at http://www.blacksoxfan.com/jackson.php!
I have uploaded profile pages for each of the Eight Men Out. Unfortunately, I have not had a chance to write biographies for all of the players or post scans for all of their cards. I’m still trying to confirm all of the different M101-4/M101-5/E135/H-cards/D-cards that appeared on the scene in 1916 and 1917. In the meantime, enjoy!
While this may not be news to some (in fact, this may not be news to anyone), we confirmed today that Frank Shellenback, noted for being a member of the Pacific Coast League Hall of Fame, does in fact appear on the 1920 Collins-McCarthy Zee-Nut Issue.
Dr. Susan Dellinger, granddaughter of HOF member Edd Roush, has penned a book discussing the Black Sox scandal from the perspective of the Reds. If interested, please contact me in regards to getting an autographed copy. The book can be purchased online here
Ted Kietlinski, a journalist from the Midwest, recently wrote an article for SCD on Black Sox collecting. Check it out by clicking here.
So i have finally given in and joined the world of blogging. This particular blog will focus on the collecting of people who were involved in the 1919 World Series! I’m going to reskin this and make it look nice and snazy before i get too involved though.