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Player Profile: Greg Booker

on September 20th, 2014 by Bo
I have thirteen cards of Greg Booker. This one is from 1985 Topps. 
Playing career: Greg Booker pitched eight years in the major leagues, almost entirely with the Padres. In 161 games he went 5-7 with a 3.89 ERA. His best season was 1984, when he was a key part of the bullpen for the NL pennant winners, going 1-1 with a 3.30 ERA in 32 games. A fuller account of his career can be found at the Greatest 21 Days and the 1985 Topps blogs.
Interesting facts: Booker and Kristi McKeon, daughter of Padres’ general manager Jack McKeon, were high school sweethearts who got married after Booker was drafted by the Padres. Claims of nepotism dogged him throughout his Padres’ career, especially in 1989, when he was one of many Padres struggling mightily. A 1989 LA Times article by Bill Plaschke highighted these struggles. One aspect of the article that caught my eye was that Tony Gwynn was interviewed by Plaschke and given the chance to defend Booker, which Gwynn did not do, weaseling out with,  “The bottom line with Book is, it’s hard to verify that he hasn’t had special treatment, or that he has had special treatment.” I remember reading after Gwynn’s death how he had difficulties with Mike Pagliarulo when the Yankees traded him to the Padres in 1989 and Pags claimed Gwynn was a bad teammate. Most articles now portray Pagliarulo negatively but this seems to be an example of where Gwynn had a chance to stick up for one of his teammates but did not do so. Booker himself had a great line in the article – “Do they really think I went through the National League Green Book looking for general managers with daughters?”
One of Booker’s sons, Zach, played five seasons in the minor leagues. Another son, Avery, has sold some of his father’s memorabilia on the “Game Used Universe” forum.
Where he is now: A scout for the Dodgers.
My memories: Only know him from his card.

Google Autocomplete results: He is sixth when you type Greg Boo, between Greg Boozer, President of Gibbs Diversified, and Greg Boosin, a brand manager at MasterCard. Another prominent Greg Booker is CIO at RACQ.

Coming up next: The next profile will be Rod Booker.

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Miscellaneous adds to my collection

on September 20th, 2014 by Laurens

I went to my LCS to see if I could get some packs of 2014 Topps Heritage Minors – as usual, I started rummaging through the quarter boxes to see if I could take some cards home. The Koji Uehara refractor caught my eye and while it may be rather common …

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Flashback Product of the Week: 1972 STP

on September 20th, 2014 by sportscardinfo

A set doesn’t need to be large and complicated in order for it to be popular.  That certainly is the case when it comes to the 1972 STP set. The 1972 STP set only consists of eleven cards: Bobby Allison Buddy Baker Dick Brooks Charlie Glotzbach James Hylton Elmo Langley Fred Lorenzen Fred Lorenzen w/ […]

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“Pin-Up” of the Week: Pete Rose District 4L2 California Lions Club Pin

on September 20th, 2014 by sportscardinfo

Batman vs. Joker.  Superman vs. Lex Luther.  Pete Rose vs. MLB.  These are three foes that will be against one another for the rest of time. In my opinion, Pete Rose should be inducted into the Hall of Fame.  Sure he signed the documents agreeing to what Major League Baseball wanted to do.  Should have […]

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Blog Kiosk: 9/20/2014 – Dodger Links – Some Odds and Ends

on September 20th, 2014 by Ernest Reyes

Clayton Kershaw wasn’t masterful yesterday afternoon, but he didn’t have to be.  The Dodgers scored six runs before he even got on the mound to pitch the game, and fourteen runs total to overmatch the Cubs 14 to 5. 

With the win Kershaw recorded his league leading 20th win of the season, and has no doubt made an undisputed claim to this season’s Cy Young award.  The photo above is of Kershaw mid-pitch at Wrigley Field, via Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers 2014Go here to check out more pics from yesterday.

The Dodgers lead over the Giants in the Western Division increased to 3.5 games, and their magic number is now at six.  BTW, the Dodgers also clinched, at minimum, a playoff wild card berth.  Now, below are some links to check out.

“It’s a great accomplishment and an honor to know you’re going to be playing baseball when the regular season is over, but we know we’ve got a big series coming up,” catcher A.J. Ellis said. “Hopefully, in that series we can celebrate something really special.”

“I don’t think there’s a big difference which game I pitch in, whether it’s the playoffs or the regular season,” Ryu said through an interpreter. “If I’m healthy enough to pitch, I’m going to pitch.” 

“It was weird at first. It’s just a different atmosphere. We expect to win, and if we don’t, we don’t cry about it, we get up the next day and try to win that day. It’s kind of a fun experience.” 

  • The Dodgers ranked #61 in ESPN The Mag’s Ultimate North American franchise standings for 2014.  Check out the list here.  The LA Kings are ranked #5.  The Lakers are #87.  The Clippers are #59.  The Angels are #15.  The Ducks are #2.
  • Via Ken Gurnick at MLB.com, “Lingering soreness keeps Uribe out of lineup.”
“He felt something in the same place that he’s been going back and forth with for six to eight weeks,” said Mattingly. “It’s nothing he’s not used to. He came in ready to go, but Stan [Conte, VP medical services] wanted to give him a day.”

Not that any of you have gone to a baseball game with me (and if you wanted to take me…I’m totally down), but I never purchase food or drink that has been paraded around the park by a vendor.  Why you ask?

This.

I swear you’ll be disgusted by the photo he shares.

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    2014 Upper Deck football

    on September 20th, 2014 by JediJeff

    Let’s dive back into the scan folder. Here’s another pack from my LCS pack wars, because I wouldn’t buy anything football unless I was drunk.Drink that Manziel Kool-Aid. No manufacturer seems immune to getting on the Johnny Douchbag train. Of course, w…

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    Claude Osteen (#440)

    on September 20th, 2014 by Jim from Downingtown

    Claude Osteen was a starting pitcher for 18 seasons (1957-75), primarily for the Dodgers and Senators. He compiled a career record of 196-195, and started 488 of his 541 career games. Most of his relief appearances came early in his career.

    Osteen was signed by the Reds in 1957 and was assigned to their AA Nashville team. Although he pitched in the minors from 1957-59, he played a few games with the Reds in ’57 and ’59.

    Claude was with the Reds for the entire 1960 season, starting 3 games but mostly working out of the bullpen. He spent most of 1961 back in the minors, then was traded to the Senators in September for pitcher Dave Sisler (brother of Phillies’ outfielder Dick Sisler).

    Osteen pitched the next 3 seasons in the Senators’ rotation, his high point winning 15 games in 1964.

    After the 1964 season, Claude was traded to the Dodgers (with 3rd baseman John Kennedy) for outfielder Frank Howard, 3rd baseman Ken McMullen, pitchers Phil Ortega and Pete Richert, and 1st baseman Dick Nen.

    Osteen pitched for the Dodgers for the next 9 seasons, joining a rotation featuring Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, and a fading Johnny Podres. Over time, Don Sutton replaced Podres and Bill Singer replaced Koufax. With the retirement of Drysdale after the 1969 season, Claude became the dean of the starting rotation.

    Claude started 2 games in the 1965 World Series, and 1 game in the 1966 Series. He also won 20 games in 1969 and 1972, and was a 3-time all-star with the Dodgers. He got the win in the 1970 all-star game (thanks to Pete Rose’s walk-off steamrolling of Ray Fosse at home plate!)

    1973 was Osteen’s final season with the Dodgers. He won 16 games that year, but with a fully-stocked rotation of Sutton, Andy Messersmith, Tommy John, and Al Downing, Osteen was traded to the Dodgers after the season for outfielder Jimmy Wynn.

    Claude played most of 1974 with the Astros (compiling a 9-9 record in 138 innings), but moved on to the Cardinals in August in exchange for 2 minor-leaguers. He pitched in 8 games (mostly in relief) over the final six weeks, then was released the following April.

    Osteen spent his final season with the White Sox in 1975, pitching 204 innings in 37 starts with a 7-16 record. (After his shabby treatment by the Cardinals in 1974, it was good to see him wrap up his long career as a workhorse!) He was released in April 1976.

    After his playing career, he was a pitching coach for the Cardinals, Phillies, Rangers, and Dodgers.

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    Steve Kirkpatrick, Waited For – 1232

    on September 20th, 2014 by Steve78

    Steve Kirkpatrick explained his success in 1990 by citing a new-found patience at the plate, according to The Reading Eagle.That success led to a 17-game hitting streak by the end of June for the 5-foot, 11-inch outfielder.”I’m small and I see a lot of…

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    Jim Shellenback, Strong Points – 194

    on September 20th, 2014 by Steve78

    As a pitching coach in the minor leagues, Jim Shellenback has used his own experiences – both on and off the field – as a pitcher to help teach his players the game.Among his off the field experiences Shellenback draws from is the car accident and shat…

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    Gint-a-Cuffs VI Packs 9-12: Midway Blues

    on September 20th, 2014 by Dan

    Pack 953 Sandy Koufax298 Deion Sanders123 Matt Carpenter339 Jeff Samardzija +2Fields of Yore Sportsman’s Park: Home of the Browns +2Mini SP 304 Matt Cain +3122 Craig Biggio (FP) +2234 Roberto ClementePack Total: +9Box Total: 80.6Pack 1090 Roy Halladay1…

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    Pigskin Sigs Auto Contest Winner Announced

    on September 20th, 2014 by sportscardinfo

    Congrats to alphasigma74 on being the lucky winner of the Lorenzo Booker 2007 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Pigskin Sigs Auto #’ed/75.  Once alphasigma74 sends me their mailing address, I will ship this card ASAP.  Thanks!Filed under: contest

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    1998 HEADLINE: Ripken’s Streak Ends At 2,632 Games

    on September 20th, 2014 by 30-Year Old Cardboard

    1998 HEADLINE: Ripken’s Streak Ends At 2,632 Games On this day in 1998, Cal Ripken voluntarily sat out his first baseball game in more than 16 seasons. Baseball’s ‘Iron Man’ thought that it was time for a break, albeit just one … Continue reading

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    Mis-Adventure

    on September 20th, 2014 by toppcat

    I always have a chuckle when I see a 1956 Harry Agganis Adventure card attributed to Topps. While the set includes 100 colorful, reasonably well executed paintings of various subjects, including Agganis, it is definitely not a Topps product.Here is the…

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    1985 Fleer Star Stickers #107 Al Holland

    on September 20th, 2014 by Jim

    Padres 7, Phillies 3Game 153 – Late Thursday Night, September 18th in San DiegoRecord – 70-83, 5th Place, 18 1/2 games behind the NationalsOne Sentence Summary:  The Padres easily defeated the Phillies, 7-3, taking advantage of another shaky outin…

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    1953 HEADLINE: Ernie Banks Hits First Home Run Of His Major League Career

    on September 20th, 2014 by 30-Year Old Cardboard

    1953 HEADLINE:  Ernie Banks Hits First Home Run Of His Major League Career On this day in 1953, Ernie Banks hit the first home run of his career as a professional baseball player. Nobody knew what was in store for … Continue reading

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    #PackADailyCircus – Cards from ShaneDiaz and it’s time for a couple packs

    on September 19th, 2014 by --David

    Good evening, folks! I did not get to bust a pack last night because we were off to watch my daughter cheer for the JV football squad: 2 hours away from home!Before I bust open packs tonight, I received a PWE from Shane Diaz. They come as a “thank you”…

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    Hockey cards even an Owl can love…

    on September 19th, 2014 by Captain Canuck

    It’s that wonderful time of year again. The leaves have changed their colour. The Braves have blown the division. And OPC hockey has been released into the wild. Just like clockwork. Consistency is comfortable. Of course I’m all in after the set a…

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    I’m done….at least for a while.

    on September 19th, 2014 by Daniel Wilson

    On Wednesday I bought a card off eBay. It was one of those, “It’s such a good deal! I’ve got to get it before someone else does. I mean there are only 24 of them in the whole world” purchases.I also went to my LCS for their Wednesday night auction. I s…

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    We are Playoff Bound! WooHoo!

    on September 19th, 2014 by Ernest Reyes

    It’s now official.  The Dodger will be playing October playoff Baseball.

    This afternoon, the Dodgers defeated the Chicago Cubs in glorious fashion and clinched, at minimum, a tie for a wild card playoff berth.  Then, with the Milwaukee Brewers defeat at the hands of the Pittsburgh Pirates this evening the Dodgers now claim an official berth. 

    Of course, the “Boys in Blue” are not content with just the wild card.  They want to win the division.  So, you shouldn’t expect the Dodgers to let up now. 

    Per Don Mattingly via Dylan Hernandez at the LA Times:

    “If you’re able to do that, you’ve at least given yourself a chance to play when there’s only going to be 10 teams left,” Manager Don Mattingly said before the Milwaukee outcome. “If that’s your only way, you’re good with it. But you feel like winning the division is really what you’re here to accomplish.”

    Clayton Kershaw seconded that notion, via Bill Plunkett on twitter:

    Kershaw (cont): “It’d be kind of a letdown to get just the wild card … Maybe not something to celebrate, but maybe just a pat on the back”
    — Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) September 19, 2014

    Heck, Matt Kemp has an even bigger goal in mind, via Bill Plunkett on twitter:

    #Dodgers Matt Kemp on maybe clinching wild card: “We have bigger plans than that. I’d still like to get the best record in NL.” 1 GB Nats
    — Bill Plunkett (@billplunkettocr) September 19, 2014

    The Dodgers now have a magic number of seven games for a West Division Championship, and with the Giants currently losing 5 to 0 to the Padres at the time of this writing that number could drop to six.  As it now looks, the Dodgers may very well be able to secure a Western Division trophy against the Giants at home at the beginning of next week.  How great would it be to celebrate that with the Gaints watching from the dugout?

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    Frank Bellino, In There – 1230

    on September 19th, 2014 by Steve78

    Frank Bellino played in the Reading outfield in 1989. He also spent time as a designated hitter.To The Reading Eagle that August, Bellino said he was fine in either role.”I just like to play every day,” Bellino told The Eagle. “Against righties or left…

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    Angels Win The West, I Win TTM

    on September 19th, 2014 by The Angels In Order

    Both players came back in 7 days from Anaheim Stadium.Usually in a season I’ll send a bunch out to Spring Training, then send a bunch more out with a couple weeks left in the regular season.So far, so good.

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    Joe Morgan’s 1965 Topps Rookie Baseball Card Is A Thing Of Vintage Beauty!!!

    on September 19th, 2014 by 30-Year Old Cardboard

    Joe Morgan’s 1965 Topps Rookie Baseball Card  Is A Thing Of Vintage Beauty!!! Joe Morgan’s debut in the baseball card collecting world came in 1965 via a multi-player rookie card.  He and his teammate at the time, Sonny Jackson, share … Continue reading

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    2014 Topps Heritage Minor League Baseball – The Dodger Base Cards

    on September 19th, 2014 by Ernest Reyes

    Topps just released a brand new Baseball card set and it’s an minor league version of their Heritage card set they put out in March.  It is called 2014 Topps Heritage Minor League and it includes some of the best and brightest prospects in the gam…

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    Actual Stats on the Back: 1985 Fleer

    on September 19th, 2014 by mmosley

    1985 Fleer #24 Lou WhitakerAnd I thought I had nothing to say about 1984 Fleer Stat backs!Red and black replace blue in 1985. Same fonts, same placement of info, same stats, same size picture, same PCT, blah, blah, blah.Let’s check out those tidbits:1….

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    Phillies at Athletics: September 19th to September 21st

    on September 19th, 2014 by Jim

    Friday 9:35, Saturday and Sunday 4:05O.co Coliseum – Oakland, CAPhillies 70-83, 5th Place in the N.L. East, 18 1/2 games behind the NationalsAthletics 83-69, 2nd Place in the A.L. West, 11 1/2 games behind the AngelsPhillies Probables:  David Buch…

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    Joe Morgan Offers Up A Pretty Nice & Clean Autograph

    on September 19th, 2014 by 30-Year Old Cardboard

    Joe Morgan Offers Up A Pretty Nice & Clean Autograph Joe Morgan offers up a pretty nice autograph; pretty clean too. Far from artsy and built with a lot of flare, Morgan’s signature is easy to read, and it can … Continue reading

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    Doug Baker, Able Fill-In – 182

    on September 19th, 2014 by Steve78

    Originally published Nov. 27, 2010Doug Baker was on the bus, headed for Detroit. It was a season after the Tigers won the World Series, Baker helping them get there as an able fill-in, and getting his own ring.Now, he was ready to help the Tigers try…

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    Card Gallery: 2014 Panini Immaculate’s game-used baseball cards

    on September 19th, 2014 by chrisolds

    The debut edition of Panini Immaculate arrives on Wednesday, and it’s got some game-changing jumbo game-used memorabilia cards inside — cards that will demand you stop and look.

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    Nice try

    on September 19th, 2014 by night owl

    Since I am just a few cards away from finishing off the 1975 Topps minis and the 1972 Topps set must wait until I have cash to throw at high numbers, I need a set-collecting project that I can pursue at a leisurely pace, that won’t strain the budget, a…

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    Joe Morgan And The Hall Of Fame Class Of 1990

    on September 19th, 2014 by 30-Year Old Cardboard

    Joe Morgan And The Hall Of Fame Class Of 1990 Joe Morgan was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown during his first year of eligibility in 1990.  Morgan captured 363 of 444 votes cast for election, … Continue reading

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    Trade Stack 61: Preparing to Move (Emptying the Card Coffers)

    on September 19th, 2014 by Nachos Grande

    Here is how this works:Every so often (i.e. whenever I feel like it), I will add a card to a “Trade Stack”.  Whenever the stack becomes appealing enough to someone, that person needs to comment on the post saying they’d like to claim the stac…

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    The Joe Morgan Statue!!

    on September 19th, 2014 by 30-Year Old Cardboard

    The Joe Morgan Statue!! On September 7, 2013 the Cincinnati Reds unveiled a statue of legendary Reds player Joe Morgan.  The statue will greet fans as they enter the main entrance of Great American Ballpark. Morgan is beloved in Cincinnati, … Continue reading

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