Wednesday, December 19, 2007

eBay: 1918-1920 House Of David Uniform

The House Of David baseball club was one of the more famous barnstorming clubs in the nation. They hailed from a religious community in Benton Harbor, Michigan and proselytized while playing the nations pastime. If you've seen Ken Burns Baseball documentary then you are already somewhat familiar with them.

This morning on eBay a rare uniform from the 1918-1920 Baseball team was sold. It originally came from the estate of player Oscar Sussman and is probably one of the few old uniforms left that exist from the team. It sold for $4,550.00.

Hat Tip: VBCF:
eBay Auction Link: HOD Uniform:

Tiger Loves The Dodgers



There aren't many autographs he wants in return, but Woods recently got a prized possession -- a baseball signed by Sandy Koufax.

"How about that?" Woods said, breaking into a broad smile when asked about the autograph.

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"I've been a Dodger fan my entire life, and Koufax is the man," he said. "For pitchers, you wouldn't think of any other player. During those five years (in the 1960s), nobody could touch him."


Story Link: PGA.com:
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