This guide is designed to help you identify undated Yankee ticket stubs but the method can be used to help identify ticket stubs for other teams.
Using ticket & tax prices, the name of the printing company, team logo, game number, team presidents, series letter ticket color, and ticket design these tickets can be narrowed down to a specific year.
Rawlings has been been making major league baseballs ever since.
Rawlings first started to make World Series baseballs in 1978 that features The World Series logo.
Information w This is the earliest center brans used by Montgomery Ward line of Marathon baseball bats It can be positively identified to the 1910's-1920s era. OFF." replaces "TRADEMARK" below the 'MARATHON" brand name which is now aligned true from left to right with the first two, and last two letters slightly extended at the bottom. It is uncertain as to the number of years this logo was used outside of the dating to the late 1920's. This center brand shows up in the 1930's (as identified by the logo on the 1935 catalog cover below) -1940's. The Brand Name "MARATHON" is centered between a designed Montgomery "M" at the top and a designed Ward "W" at the bottom.
The center brand logo is a simple Shield design with the brand name "MARATHON" (slightly arched) with the word "TRADEMARK" below followed by the catalog number at the bottom. The 4 digit catalog number (not pictured) is below the logo.
Spalding manufactured National League Baseballs, and Reach manufactured American League Baseballs, for about 100 years until Rawlings took over in 1977.
He played for the Long Beach State University baseball team, where he was the 2005 Cape Cod League MVP, and the 2006 Big West Co-Player of the Year.
He was drafted by the Rays in the first round as the third pick overall in the 2006 MLB draft.
The top of the circle reads "SPORTING" the bottom reads "GOODS" The catalog number is below and outside the circle.
(not pictured)pecially branded Hillerich & Bradsby labels with 4 Trapezoidal shapes at each corner giving the appearance of an oval, were used to be sold at various department stores and mail order companies such as Montgomery Ward.