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Joe Altobelli, Rocky's teammate in Reading and in Cleveland, keeping warm with a Chief Wahoo stadium blanket.

Joe Altobelli, Rocky's teammate in Reading and in Cleveland, keeping warm with a Chief Wahoo stadium blanket.

1953: As Hank Greenberg watches, Rocky Colavito signs contract with the Cleveland Indians.

(Two Tiger Legends! As Hank Greenberg watches, Rocky Colavito signs contract with the Cleveland Indians.

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The old Cleveland Indians sign - on the old Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Signs of the past

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The greatest right-handed picher in the history of the game for my money, "Bullet" Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians

The greatest right-handed picher in the history of the game for my money, "Bullet" Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians

1963-69 Cleveland Indians RP Type VII (post card), signed.

1963-69 Cleveland Indians RP Type VII (post card), signed.

My Collection.  LIN 13, 5783.  Football game.  "JCY" in publisher line (Klein).

Postcard showing an elevated view of Cleveland Municipal Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio, postmarked Built in the stadium was used by both the Cleveland Indians and the Cleveland Browns.

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Rocky Colavito chatting with a group of nuns at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium…

Larry Doby of the Cleveland Indians smiles as radio announcer Mel Allen (right) gives the slow burn to the $3,500 mortgage on Larry's home in Paterson, N.J., during

Jackie Robinson is honored as the man who broke baseball's color barrier. Doby is important as the first black in the American League but often overlooked.

1959, Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Rocky Colavito awaits a pitch vs. the Chicago White Sox in a pivotal game in September.

Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Rocky Colavito awaits a pitch vs. the Chicago White Sox in a pivotal game in September.

Check out this fantastic vintage 1920 International press photo from game 2 of the World Series.  Hall of Fame pitcher Burleigh Grimes is shown scoring the second run in the game on a double by Tommy Griffith.  As you can see, Cleveland Indians catcher Steve O'Neil is unable to make the tag on a sliding Grimes.  Although the Dodgers didn't win the crown this season there were plenty of highlights.  For instance, Burleigh Grimes would go on to pitch a seven hit shutout to bring the Robins…

Dodger Blue passion mixed in with an obsessive compulsive desire to scour the world for rare and interesting Dodgers and Baseball collectibles.

1948 CLEVELAND INDIANS MUNICIPAL STADIUM BASEBALL FIELD VINTAGE POSTCARD MLB OH.

1948 CLEVELAND INDIANS MUNICIPAL STADIUM BASEBALL FIELD VINTAGE POSTCARD MLB OH.

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