Gary Hahn Scorebooks : ledgers 1976-1985.


Gary Hahn Scorebooks : ledgers 1976-1985.

A collection of 22 scorebooks starting July 17, 1976 and ending May 10, 1985. They cover both the American and National Leagues and a wide ranch of teams. Mr. Hahn resided in California therefore the California-based teams are predominant in these books. There are games from spring training, regular season, All-Star games, playoff and World Series. Milestones include Candelaria's no-hitter, Pete Rose's 39th straight game and his 2456 single, Tony Perez's 2000 career hit and Don Sutton's 50th career shut-out. His 1981 scorebook has three Japanese Pacific League games. In his 1982 scorebooks, he has stapled tickets to the games that he may have attended.

2 boxes : (.83 linear feet)

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