The National Pastime Museum

From 2015 to 2018, I wrote occasional articles for the The National Pastime Museum, which shut down and removed their website in June 2018.  With their permission, I have restored copies of some of these articles.

  1. “A Day in the Bleachers”, an Appreciation
  2. 1969: The Year of Miracles
  3. The Great Topps Monopoly 1: Introduction
  4. The Great Topps Monopoly 2: Taking Over (1956-57)
  5. The Great Topps Monopoly 3: Innovative Subsets (1958-61)
  6. The Great Topps Monopoly 4: Men Without Hats (1962-63)
  7. The Great Topps Monopoly 5: Rookie Cards (1964-67)
  8. The Great Topps Monopoly 6: Conflict (1968-69)
  9. The Great Topps Monopoly 7: Collecting (1970-71)
  10. The Great Topps Monopoly 8: Grey Backs (1972-75)
  11. The Great Topps Monopoly 9: Competition (1976-80)
  12. The Great Topps Monopoly 10: Conclusion
  13. Now Pitching: Pedro Martinez (1999 ALDS)
  14. A Series To Remember (1980 NLCS)
  15. The Unexpected Hero (1968 World Series)
  16. 1957 World Series
  17. Lou Brock in the Series (1964-68)
  18. Oh Canada! (1992 World Series)
  19. 1967 Winter Meetings
  20. 1968 Winter Meetings
  21. 1969 Winter Meetings
  22. 1970 Winter Meetings
  23. 1971 Winter Meetings
  24. The CBS Era Yankees
  25. The Case for Al Campanis
  26. The Astros Trade Joe Morgan
  27. Matty and Manny: The Greatest Platoon

 

 

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Author: Mark Armour

Long-time SABR member, co-chair of the Baseball Cards Committee, founder and past chairman (2002-2016) of the Biography Project, author of several books and dozens of articles on baseball. See mark-armour.net.

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