New Magazine – Baseball History & Art

Posted: June 28, 2015 in Baseball Cards, Baseball History & Art, Ty Cobb
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MagazineA new magazine hit the newsstand this week, called Baseball – History & Art. It’s part history, part art, and part collecting. This first issue, Summer 2015, is over 70 pages printed on a high quality stock and includes a insert in the front 000_0001cover of Ty Cobb. The front cover teases stories on “Black Stars Exhibit” “Forbes Field & Honus Wagner” along with Inside Market Info, Breaking News, Auction News, and Making Art Matter. As you thumb threw it, the Art title is there for a reason, and in these 70 plus pages are some great looking pictures of America’s Pastime. The cover price is $9.95 in the U.S. and $12.95 for Canada.

In This Issue – Summer, 2015

Finding Home – A cranky manager and his star pitcher fund happiness rooming together in NYC

Ticket Stub – Bob Feller is thrown against a no-name opponent with the pennant on the line

Interview – Marty Appel talks about winning, the Yankees, and his relationship with Mickey Mantle

Pirates Cove – It was called “Dreyfuss’ Folly” but the Pirates built a solid home for Pittsburgh

What Happened? – Predicting the future can be tricky as a review of this classic hobby investment book suggests

Players We Ought to Know – Little know facts about players scarcely remembered today

Got Your Back – Card backs are better than ever as these T206-Helmar examples prove

Bring Popcorn – Get a sneak preview of the online exhibit of Helmar’s Boston Garter Collection .

Baseball History & Art can be found at Barnes & Nobles and for more info on Helmar cards check out helmarblog.com

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