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RED V8 TRIKE

RED V8 TRIKE

Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-02 02:01:57

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Posted by *SIN CITY* on 2011-01-02 02:28:07

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1984 Topps – Pete Vuckovich #505 (Pitcher) – Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Brewers)

1984 Topps - Pete Vuckovich #505 (Pitcher) - Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Brewers)

Peter Dennis Vuckovich (b. October 27, 1952 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania) is a retired starting pitcher in MLB who came across as an intimidating presence on the mound with his 6’4" 220 lb frame and Fu Manchu moustache. He was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 1974.

After minimal duty with Chicago from 1975–76, Vuckovich was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 1976 MLB expansion draft. Even though the young Blue Jays lost 107 games in 1977, and although mostly used in relief, Vuckovich managed a 7-7 record with eight saves. He recorded the first shutout in Toronto franchise history, a 2-0 victory over Jim Palmer and the Orioles. He also recorded the first save in Toronto franchise history on April 7, 1977 versus the Chicago White Sox.

A part of a seven-player trade in December 1980, Vuckovich went to the Milwaukee Brewers along with Rollie Fingers and Ted Simmons.

When Milwaukee won the AL pennant in 1982, Vuckovich won the Cy Young Award with an 18-6 record and a 3.34 ERA.

MLB debut – August 3, 1975, for the Chicago White Sox
Last MLB appearance – October 2, 1986, for the Milwaukee Brewers

Career statistics:
Win–Loss record 93–69
ERA – 3.66
Strikeouts – 882

Teams:
Chicago White Sox (1975–1976)
Toronto Blue Jays (1977)
St. Louis Cardinals (1978–1980)
Milwaukee Brewers (1981–1986)

Career highlights and awards:
AL Cy Young Award (1982)
AL wins leader (1981)

Link to all of his issued baseball cards – www.tradingcarddb.com/Person.cfm/pid/6083/col/1/yea/0/Pet…

Posted by Treasures from the Past on 2018-04-29 22:40:33

Tagged: , 1984 , Topps , 1984 Topps , baseball , cards , baseball card , vintage , auto , autograph , graf , graph , graphed , sign , signed , signature , Pete Vuckovich , Milwaukee Brewers , pitcher , Toronto Blue Jays

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Motorcycles…

Motorcycles...

…@ car & motorcycle show in Denmark. Thanks H – T.

Posted by goldiesguy on 2013-10-27 05:17:02

Tagged: , automobile , Auto , antique , automobiles , Motorcycles , cars , Car , Classic , classics , Car Show

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Indian

Indian

From a 2002 visit to the Pioneer Auto Show in Murdo, South Dakota.

Posted by twm1340 on 2014-06-13 22:43:31

Tagged: , Indian , motorcycle , 2002 , SD , South Dakota , Pioneer , auto , show , museum , collection

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drag style bike

drag style bike

custom motorcycle with the drag-bike look

Posted by Acecarroll123 on 2011-02-01 00:07:55

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1974 Topps – Ted Simmons #260 (Catcher) – Autographed Baseball Card – (also signed on the back) (St. Louis Cardinals)

1974 Topps - Ted Simmons #260 (Catcher) - Autographed Baseball Card - (also signed on the back) (St. Louis Cardinals)

Ted Lyle Simmons (b: August 9, 1949 in Highland Park, Michigan) is a former professional baseball player and coach. A switch-hitter, Simmons was a catcher for most of his MLB career with the St. Louis Cardinals (1968–80), the Milwaukee Brewers (1981–85) and the Atlanta Braves (1986–88). Although he was often overshadowed by his contemporary, Johnny Bench, Simmons is considered one of the best hitting catchers in MLB history.

Simmons was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals as their first round pick in the 1967 MLB Draft. He made his major league debut with the Cardinals, appearing in two games during the 1968 pennant-winning season.

In 1975, Simmons hit 18 home runs along with 100 RBI and posted a career-high .332 batting average, finishing second in the NL batting championship behind Bill Madlock. He also set a NL single-season record for most hits by a catcher with 188.

In a 21 year major league career, Simmons played in 2,456 games, accumulating 2,472 hits in 8,680 at bats for a .285 career batting average along with 248 home runs, 1,389 RBI and a .348 on base percentage. An eight-time All-Star, he batted above .300 seven times, reached 20 home runs 6 times, and 8 times exceeded 90 RBI.

Posted by Treasures from the Past on 2013-12-29 06:48:32

Tagged: , 1974 , Topps , baseball , card , vintage , signed , autograph , autographed , auto

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1960 Topps – Lee Maye #246 (Outfielder) (b: 11 Dec 1934 – d: 17 Jul 2002 at age 67) – Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Braves)

1960 Topps - Lee Maye #246 (Outfielder) (b: 11 Dec 1934 - d: 17 Jul 2002 at age 67) - Autographed Baseball Card (Milwaukee Braves)

Arthur Lee Maye (b: December 11, 1934, Tuscaloosa, Alabama – d: July 17, 2002 at age 67) was a MLB player who played eleven seasons in the majors as an outfielder for the Milwaukee Braves (1959–1965), Houston Astros (1965–1966), Cleveland Indians (1967–1969), Washington Senators (1969–1970), and Chicago White Sox (1970–1971).

Maye was also well known as a Rhythm & Blues singer. He was the lead singer for the Los Angeles based doo-wop group Arthur Lee Maye and the Crowns in the 1950s.

In 1964, playing for the Milwaukee Braves, Maye had personal career-highs in almost every category; including 153 games played, 74 RBI, and a .304 batting average. He also led the National League with 44 doubles.

Other career highlights include:
– hit 2 home runs vs. the Chicago Cubs (August 8, 1962)
– a pair of 5-hit games…4 singles and a doubles vs. the Philadelphia Phillies (September 27, 1964) and three singles, a double, and a home run vs. the Chicago Cubs (August 11, 1966)
– eight 4-hit games, including two singles and two doubles, with four runs scored vs. the New York Yankees (April 21, 1970)

Maye’s career totals include 1,288 games played, 1,109 hits, 94 home runs, 419 RBI, and a lifetime batting average of .274.

Posted by Treasures from the Past on 2013-10-30 17:21:44

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