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Old 09-07-2019, 12:16 AM   #3141
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Hello. In 1996 or 1997 The Devil Rays put out a minor league set 10 sheets of 9 peferated cards. Does anyone have those cards? If possible please post. Thanks to any response
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Old 09-07-2019, 06:56 AM   #3142
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Thank you Cusick. Its great to finally see this ballplayer. Lee Robinson certainly deserved more of a major league opportunity.
Might not matter, but a good image of Robinson snuck through the vault.

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Old 09-09-2019, 01:50 PM   #3143
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Looking for Mike DeCelle in a Charleston River Dogs Uniform. Thanks to any response
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Old 09-09-2019, 09:33 PM   #3144
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Looking for Mike DeCelle in a Charleston River Dogs Uniform. Thanks to any response
DeCelle was with Charleston in 1997, and this photo is from the spring of 1997 when he was a Devil Rays prospect riding a team bus. The source is the Tampa Bay Times of March 14, 1997.

https://www.baseball-reference.com/r...d=decell001mic

P.S. The Tampa Bay Times of March 14, 1997 (p.7c) confirms that he was on the Charleston roster as of that date. However, on the same day, it was reported that he was in a game with the parent Tampa Bay Devil Rays' split squad against the Phillies. It was called the junior Devil Rays vs. the junior Phillies. That could account for the Devil Rays' uniform in the photo.
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Old 09-09-2019, 11:31 PM   #3145
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Looking for Jared Fowler in a devil Rays Uniform (1996 G.C.L Devil Rays) and in Hudson Valley Renegades Uniform 1996. Thanks to any response

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Old 09-10-2019, 03:29 PM   #3146
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Looking for Doug Barner in a Butte Copper Kings Uniform and a G.C.L . Devil Rays Uniform. He played for three teams in 1996 Butte, Hudson Valley and G.C.L. Devil Rays in 1996. Thanks to any response.

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Old 09-11-2019, 12:09 PM   #3147
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Looking for Doug Barner in a Butte Copper Kings Uniform and a G.C.L . Devil Rays Uniform. He played for three teams in 1996 Butte, Hudson Valley and G.C.L. Devil Rays in 1996. Thanks to any response.
This photo doesn't show him in uniform, but it is the correct Doug Barner. It's from the Murfreesboro (TN) Daily News-Journal of May 4, 1996 and pictures him as a senior at Middle Tennessee State University, while a third baseman on that school's baseball team.

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Old 09-11-2019, 02:51 PM   #3148
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Looking for Jared Fowler in a devil Rays Uniform (1996 G.C.L Devil Rays) and in Hudson Valley Renegades Uniform 1996. Thanks to any response
This photo doesn't show a Devil Rays uni, but it's the best I can do for Jared Fowler. It's from a team photo of the 1997 Richmond Roosters of the independent Frontier League.

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Old 09-19-2019, 09:49 AM   #3149
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According to Beckett Mike DeCelle has a card in the 1997 River Dogs team set, however, there does not seem to be a picture of it anywhere online.

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Here is another Pirate farmhand. Versatile Nicaraguan Duncan Campbell who spent 11 seasons in the Pirates system yet tasted AAA ball for only 56 games. Campbell spent as much time at thirdbase as he did in the outfield and caught 90 games. He was also 1-0 in 17 relief appearances. My kind of utility man. Hit for power and showed some speed in his youth. Campbell had a very fine professional career despite never advancing to the big club. Here is a photo from Nicaragua's Salon de la Fama.
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I had just about posted this when my internet crashed as I hit the submit button ... On the Salon de la Fama site (Nicaragua's sports hall of fame) it has an article claiming Campbell to be Costa Rican and that he was in fact 3 years older than documented on Baseball Reference. If this is true he didn't playing pro ball until he was 25. The epilogue for Duncan Campbell Utility man with a Catcher's mitt is a sad one. After his playing career ended the Pirates made him a minor league coach. Campbell died in a car accident in Nicaragua in 1969 at age 35.
Did you find more than one article about him on that site?
The one I saw, which included the picture of Duncan Campbell you posted, stated: "He was born on October 21, 1934 in the Cruz de Rio Grande, Bluefields, Son of Mr. Aubrey Desmond Campbell and Mrs. Ofelia Potoy."
I was not able to find the Costa Rican reference.
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Duncan Campbell

Just wanted to mention that despite Campbell's not playing a huge number of games at the AAA level, he did manage to earn himself a spot on the Pirates' 40-man roster in the spring of 1962. In my view, when prospects succeed in getting themselves one of those spring training roster slots with the big league parent club, that in itself is a special accomplishment.
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Old 10-02-2019, 09:35 PM   #3153
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White Sox 60's farmhands

Here are John Gray and Haley Young , both of whom played in the final years of Negro league baseball for the Indianapolis Clowns. Both men were signed by the Chicago White Sox. Gray was first an outfielder who took up a catcher's mitt. He was not outstanding at the plate but good enough for a backstop of that era. John Gray played from '56 to '60 never advancing above C ball.

Haley Young Jr. was the more accomplished of the two hitting 16 home runs at Class A in 1965. Both were briefly classmates at the Colored high school of Ft. Lauderdale in the 1950's which is now Dillard High School, the alma mater of the NFL's Bennie and Brian Blades.

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Old 10-02-2019, 09:45 PM   #3154
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Originally posted by misekeres, in answer to your questions below:
Did you find more than one article about him on that site?
The one I saw, which included the picture of Duncan Campbell you posted, stated: "He was born on October 21, 1934 in the Cruz de Rio Grande, Bluefields, Son of Mr. Aubrey Desmond Campbell and Mrs. Ofelia Potoy."
I was not able to find the Costa Rican reference.

https://www.1800beisbol.com/baseball..._de_nicaragua/

This is the link to the main article I found on Duncan Campbell. In it the author refers to him as The Costa Rican in the first paragraph. This is the only information I have on this ambiguity in nationality and in order to read the article I had to click on the auto Google translation. This might explain the discrepancy.
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Duncan Campbell's father

Here is a link to a Wikipedia entry for Aubry Campbell Ingram , the founder of the Boy Scouts in Nicaragua, It states he was born in Bluefields so the earlier Costa Rica reference for Duncan Campbell was likely a mistake. In this link it mentions his son Duncan being a professional baseball player.
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Old 10-12-2019, 12:04 AM   #3156
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Here a couple of Milwaukee/Atlanta Braves farmhands who pitched well but never made to the big club. Ken Nixon and Joe Cisterna . In one minor league season Joe went 19-8. He died in a car accident at age 29 in 1972.
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I made this very basic player card for my Baseball Mogul Diamond game. I drafted Cisterna for the Louisville Mammoths and subsequently traded him to Atlanta in 1966 for Of Jim Beauchamp. I wanted Joe Cisterna to finally get a call up to the Braves.
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Frank is shown with the Ogden Reds in 1953.
Just saw this on here, four years too late. The smiling guy in the back row? THAT'S not F. Robby. The guy in front of him, to his left, is F. Robby
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Just saw this on here, four years too late. The smiling guy in the back row? THAT'S not F. Robby. The guy in front of him, to his left, is F. Robby
Thanks, Merkle. I have removed the photo from page 35 of this thread, and inserted a reference to your post on this page for the correct identification of Frank Robinson in the Ogden uniform. Clearly, the fellow below in the team photo looks more like F. Robby than the smiling guy.

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