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1909-10   German Baseball Stamps
Player Checklist

Card Player Team

Player Stamps
(1)Ginger BeaumontBoston
(2)Frank BowermanBoston
(3)Kitty Bransfield-
(4)Al Bridwell-
(5)Roger BresnahanSt. Louis
(6)Bill CarriganBoston
(7)Hal ChaseNew York
(8)Eddie Collins-
(9)Harry DavisPhiladelphia
(10)Wild Bill Donovan-
(11)Larry DoyleNew York
(12)Jean Dubac-
(13)Kid Eberfield (Eberfeld)Washington
(14)Dick HoblitzellCincinnati
(15)Solly Hoffman (Hofman)-
(16)Hughie JenningsDetroit
(17)Tim JordanBrooklyn
(18)Willie KeelerNew York
(19)Nap LajoieCleveland
(20)Tommy LeachPittsburg
(21)Christy MathewsonNew York
(22)Dots Miller-
(23)John McGraw-
(24)Eddie Plank-
(25)Jack RowanCincinnati
(26)Nap RuckerBrooklyn
(27)Joe? Shannon*Boston
(28)Frank SmithChicago
(29)Tris Speaker
(30)Jake StahlBoston
(31)Lee Tannehill-
(32)Fred TennyNew York
(33)Ira Thomas-
(34)Joe Tinker-
(35)Honus Wagner-
(36)Jimmy WilliamsSt. Louis
(37)Cy YoungCleveland
"Equipment" Stamps
(3)Body Protector
(4)Crossed Bats

The Bresnahan stamp is found with both light and dark shirt variations.

* Joe Shannon played for the Boston Braves (NL) in 1915 and Red Shannon played on the same team starting in 1915. They are the only "Shannons" to play on a Boston team during that era. This seems to contradict the widely accepted 1909-10 dating of the set, which is based on the careers of a number of players who played for the listed teams in the 1909-10 timeframe. Needs research and clarification.

Note: In addition to the 37 "player" stamps checklisted above, there are six stamps that display drawings of baseball equipment (i.e., Ball, Bat, Glove. etc.)

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