Day 25 of the 30 Day Baseball Card Challenge is a oddball card I like from the 1970s.
Hammering Hank Greenberg powered the 1945 Detroit Tigers past the Chicago Cubs in the first Series after World War II, and my beloved 1968 Tigers, after a magnificent play by Willie Horton and my hero Bill Freehan, came back after being down 3 games to 1 to the St. Louis Cardinals.
I knew that I'd use these cards for this challenge...they're probably the most unusual, well, oddball baseball cards that I own.
Unlike most of my cards in this challenge, I really don't remember how or when I got these cards, and they're the only 2 cards of the 1970/71 Fleer World Series Cards that I own.
Fleer 1970 World Series Cards were great cards that taught you the history of the Fall Classic in a set of 66 baseball cards.
It's been awhile since I posted in this challenge, and I apologize for that...sometimes my health gets in the way, but I'm hoping to get back at it and finish days 26-30 off quickly.
Up next is another oddball card, this time from the 1980s.