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Old 09-29-2013, 03:06 PM   #19101
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I am just throwing this out to see if it is possible. I am looking to make the 1972 Indians wearing the double knit uniforms with red caps and red "Indians" on chest. The only season they wore this style. I have; Lowenstein, Nettles, Mccraw, Unser, A. Phillips, Fosse, Duffy, Moses, Lolich, (position players) and Perry, Mingori, Tidrow, Kilkinney, Lamb, Hennigan, Wilcox(pitchers). If you have any other players in this uniform type and thigh high color batters and pitching pose, I would appreciate it. Just trying to see if this endeavor is possible. Thanks in advance. Sample uniform and pose.
I only have B&W Alex Johnson images.
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I would like photos of some of the most durable catchers in history,including the current top 10 in games played at catcher, plus former record holders of the last century. in this category who no longer rank in the top 10. In addition I'd like the a photo of the current leader among active players in game s at carcher ,A.J.Pierzynski.

Former record holders of the last century
Deacon McGuire - 1612 games - Played final game at catcher 1912 - established record in the 1900s decade- held record until 1925.
Ray Schalk - 1727 games - held record 1925 - 1940.
Gabby Hartnett - 1793 games held record 1940-1945.
Al Lopez - 1918 games - held record 1945-1987 (MLB career: 1929-1947).
Bob Boone - 2225 games - held record 1987-1993 - First player in history to catch 2,000 MLB games.
Carlton Fisk - 2226 games at catcher - held record 1993-2009. (broken by Ivan Rodriguez).

Top 10:

1. Ivan Rodriguez - 2427 games (record holder since 2009) -(MLB career: 1991-2011).
2. Carlton Fisk* - 2226 games.
3. Bob Boone* - 2225 games - (1972-1990).
4.Gary Carter - 2056 games
5. Jason Kendall - 2025 games
6. Tony Pena - 1950 games.
7. Brad Ausmus - 1938 games.
8. Jim Sundberg - 1927 games.
9. Al Lopez* - 1918 games - held record for 42 years.
10. Benito Santiago - 1917 games.

Current Leader among active players:
A.J.Pierzynski - 1676 games (with 2 games remaining in regular season).

At age 36, Pierzynski currently ranks #19 in MLB history and by averaging 108 games at catcher per season (2/3 of a MLB team's schedule) over the next 3 years, by 2016 and still before reaching the age of 40, he would become the sixth player to join the elite 2,000 games at catcher club.

Also does anyone have a photo of Katsuya Nomura? He has the all-time professional record with over 2,800 games caught in the Japanese Leagues.
Picking up where I left off, here's Pena through the years...
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Old 09-29-2013, 03:23 PM   #19106
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I would like photos of some of the most durable catchers in history,including the current top 10 in games played at catcher, plus former record holders of the last century. in this category who no longer rank in the top 10. In addition I'd like the a photo of the current leader among active players in game s at carcher ,A.J.Pierzynski.

Former record holders of the last century
Deacon McGuire - 1612 games - Played final game at catcher 1912 - established record in the 1900s decade- held record until 1925.
Ray Schalk - 1727 games - held record 1925 - 1940.
Gabby Hartnett - 1793 games held record 1940-1945.
Al Lopez - 1918 games - held record 1945-1987 (MLB career: 1929-1947).
Bob Boone - 2225 games - held record 1987-1993 - First player in history to catch 2,000 MLB games.
Carlton Fisk - 2226 games at catcher - held record 1993-2009. (broken by Ivan Rodriguez).

Top 10:

1. Ivan Rodriguez - 2427 games (record holder since 2009) -(MLB career: 1991-2011).
2. Carlton Fisk* - 2226 games.
3. Bob Boone* - 2225 games - (1972-1990).
4.Gary Carter - 2056 games
5. Jason Kendall - 2025 games
6. Tony Pena - 1950 games.
7. Brad Ausmus - 1938 games.
8. Jim Sundberg - 1927 games.
9. Al Lopez* - 1918 games - held record for 42 years.
10. Benito Santiago - 1917 games.

Current Leader among active players:
A.J.Pierzynski - 1676 games (with 2 games remaining in regular season).

At age 36, Pierzynski currently ranks #19 in MLB history and by averaging 108 games at catcher per season (2/3 of a MLB team's schedule) over the next 3 years, by 2016 and still before reaching the age of 40, he would become the sixth player to join the elite 2,000 games at catcher club.

Also does anyone have a photo of Katsuya Nomura? He has the all-time professional record with over 2,800 games caught in the Japanese Leagues.
Padres, Tigers, Astros & Dodgers.
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Old 09-29-2013, 03:30 PM   #19107
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Originally Posted by KenRaffensberger16 View Post
I would like photos of some of the most durable catchers in history,including the current top 10 in games played at catcher, plus former record holders of the last century. in this category who no longer rank in the top 10. In addition I'd like the a photo of the current leader among active players in game s at carcher ,A.J.Pierzynski.

Former record holders of the last century
Deacon McGuire - 1612 games - Played final game at catcher 1912 - established record in the 1900s decade- held record until 1925.
Ray Schalk - 1727 games - held record 1925 - 1940.
Gabby Hartnett - 1793 games held record 1940-1945.
Al Lopez - 1918 games - held record 1945-1987 (MLB career: 1929-1947).
Bob Boone - 2225 games - held record 1987-1993 - First player in history to catch 2,000 MLB games.
Carlton Fisk - 2226 games at catcher - held record 1993-2009. (broken by Ivan Rodriguez).

Top 10:

1. Ivan Rodriguez - 2427 games (record holder since 2009) -(MLB career: 1991-2011).
2. Carlton Fisk* - 2226 games.
3. Bob Boone* - 2225 games - (1972-1990).
4.Gary Carter - 2056 games
5. Jason Kendall - 2025 games
6. Tony Pena - 1950 games.
7. Brad Ausmus - 1938 games.
8. Jim Sundberg - 1927 games.
9. Al Lopez* - 1918 games - held record for 42 years.
10. Benito Santiago - 1917 games.

Current Leader among active players:
A.J.Pierzynski - 1676 games (with 2 games remaining in regular season).

At age 36, Pierzynski currently ranks #19 in MLB history and by averaging 108 games at catcher per season (2/3 of a MLB team's schedule) over the next 3 years, by 2016 and still before reaching the age of 40, he would become the sixth player to join the elite 2,000 games at catcher club.

Also does anyone have a photo of Katsuya Nomura? He has the all-time professional record with over 2,800 games caught in the Japanese Leagues.
Rangers, Brewers, Royals & Cubs.
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Old 09-29-2013, 03:38 PM   #19108
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I would like photos of some of the most durable catchers in history,including the current top 10 in games played at catcher, plus former record holders of the last century. in this category who no longer rank in the top 10. In addition I'd like the a photo of the current leader among active players in game s at carcher ,A.J.Pierzynski.

Former record holders of the last century
Deacon McGuire - 1612 games - Played final game at catcher 1912 - established record in the 1900s decade- held record until 1925.
Ray Schalk - 1727 games - held record 1925 - 1940.
Gabby Hartnett - 1793 games held record 1940-1945.
Al Lopez - 1918 games - held record 1945-1987 (MLB career: 1929-1947).
Bob Boone - 2225 games - held record 1987-1993 - First player in history to catch 2,000 MLB games.
Carlton Fisk - 2226 games at catcher - held record 1993-2009. (broken by Ivan Rodriguez).

Top 10:

1. Ivan Rodriguez - 2427 games (record holder since 2009) -(MLB career: 1991-2011).
2. Carlton Fisk* - 2226 games.
3. Bob Boone* - 2225 games - (1972-1990).
4.Gary Carter - 2056 games
5. Jason Kendall - 2025 games
6. Tony Pena - 1950 games.
7. Brad Ausmus - 1938 games.
8. Jim Sundberg - 1927 games.
9. Al Lopez* - 1918 games - held record for 42 years.
10. Benito Santiago - 1917 games.

Current Leader among active players:
A.J.Pierzynski - 1676 games (with 2 games remaining in regular season).

At age 36, Pierzynski currently ranks #19 in MLB history and by averaging 108 games at catcher per season (2/3 of a MLB team's schedule) over the next 3 years, by 2016 and still before reaching the age of 40, he would become the sixth player to join the elite 2,000 games at catcher club.

Also does anyone have a photo of Katsuya Nomura? He has the all-time professional record with over 2,800 games caught in the Japanese Leagues.
Padres, Marlins, Reds, Phillies, Blue Jays...
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I would like photos of some of the most durable catchers in history,including the current top 10 in games played at catcher, plus former record holders of the last century. in this category who no longer rank in the top 10. In addition I'd like the a photo of the current leader among active players in game s at carcher ,A.J.Pierzynski.

Former record holders of the last century
Deacon McGuire - 1612 games - Played final game at catcher 1912 - established record in the 1900s decade- held record until 1925.
Ray Schalk - 1727 games - held record 1925 - 1940.
Gabby Hartnett - 1793 games held record 1940-1945.
Al Lopez - 1918 games - held record 1945-1987 (MLB career: 1929-1947).
Bob Boone - 2225 games - held record 1987-1993 - First player in history to catch 2,000 MLB games.
Carlton Fisk - 2226 games at catcher - held record 1993-2009. (broken by Ivan Rodriguez).

Top 10:

1. Ivan Rodriguez - 2427 games (record holder since 2009) -(MLB career: 1991-2011).
2. Carlton Fisk* - 2226 games.
3. Bob Boone* - 2225 games - (1972-1990).
4.Gary Carter - 2056 games
5. Jason Kendall - 2025 games
6. Tony Pena - 1950 games.
7. Brad Ausmus - 1938 games.
8. Jim Sundberg - 1927 games.
9. Al Lopez* - 1918 games - held record for 42 years.
10. Benito Santiago - 1917 games.

Current Leader among active players:
A.J.Pierzynski - 1676 games (with 2 games remaining in regular season).

At age 36, Pierzynski currently ranks #19 in MLB history and by averaging 108 games at catcher per season (2/3 of a MLB team's schedule) over the next 3 years, by 2016 and still before reaching the age of 40, he would become the sixth player to join the elite 2,000 games at catcher club.

Also does anyone have a photo of Katsuya Nomura? He has the all-time professional record with over 2,800 games caught in the Japanese Leagues.
...Cubs, Giants, Royals & Pirates.

You can find images of Nomura-san in the Sir Lurksalot Negro League & NPB thread here, here and here (1 following).
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Alex Johnson - 1972 Indians

One more 1972 Alex Johnson with the Indians though his uniform is not visible:
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I am sitting here watching the 1969 game of the week between the Phillies and the Cubs and it dawned on me that with all these great photos that have been posted lately that I havent seen a request for a color photo of Willie Smith the Indians. Hey Merk, is there a decent one available? Thanks
I only have this black & white of Willie Smith with the Indians
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Here are the first 18 cards (I have 19 so far Wilcox on another page) Thanks bearman for some fine images. Still in need of several more players.
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Looking good Mark! Very nice set. also, thanks Jeffrey; I did have that black and white Indians photo of Smith. Hoping Merkle might have something in color.
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Here are the first 18 cards (I have 19 so far Wilcox on another page) Thanks bearman for some fine images. Still in need of several more players.
Beautiful work! If possible, I would like to have the Adolfo Phillips photo posted. Thank you in advance.

Here are a couple of more 1972 Indians:

Ray Fosse (another pose) & Lowell Palmer (uniform is correct but hat is blue).
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Beautiful work! If possible, I would like to have the Adolfo Phillips photo posted. Thank you in advance.

Here are a couple of more 1972 Indians:

Ray Fosse (another pose) & Lowell Palmer (uniform is correct but hat is blue).
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Again I find that I only have a black & white of Bob Grim with the Indians. I do notice though that the 1962 Topps card shows Grim from 1961 with the Cardinals. If anyone has the original of that shot, you could use that:
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I found these B&W and would be so grateful if one of the colorizing experts could help me out with them. Thanks in advance!

The complete set of 1972 Cleveland Indians black and white Postcards can be viewed at the Trading Card database at: The Trading Card Database | Cleveland Indians Gallery - 1972
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I forgot to post these two of Warren Spahn, the pitching coach for the 1972 Indians in case you want to make a card.
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