October 22, 2019 | Vol. 20 Issue 23
In this issue:
  Beyond the Pale Hose – Collecting 1919 Black Sox-Related Memorabilia
  50 Years Ago, the ’Miracle Mets’ Won it All
  Who Wants a Fascinating TTM Autograph Project?
  Upcoming Shows
  PSA Quarterly Grading Specials

Beyond the Pale Hose – Collecting 1919 Black Sox-Related Memorabilia
There are few World Series teams more legendary than the 1919 Chicago White Sox, though they earned that status by cheating the game. Still, items pertaining to these baseball bad boys are in high demand. SMR reviews what can be collected from this storied team.

50 Years Ago, the ‘Miracle Mets’ Won it All
It’s been 50 years since the Miracle Mets won their World Series title in 1969, and that team remains a fan favorite. Three of the legendary Mets pitchers can be found on two of the most popular rookie cards of the 1960s. The following PSA Blog piece discusses what Tom Seaver and Nolan Ryan/Jerry Koosman rookie cards mean to the hobby today.

Who Wants a Fascinating TTM Autograph Project?
The Oakland A’s and San Francisco Giants were involved in one of the scariest moments in World Series history when the Loma Prieta Earthquake struck prior to Game 3 of the 1989 Fall Classic. The following PSA Blog post outlines a fascinating (and inexpensive) autograph project that recalls that fateful day.

Submissions 101: Screwdown Holders
Which legendary World Series winner would you be most likely to collect?
  1. 1927 New York Yankees
  2. 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers
  3. 1998 New York Yankees
  4. 2004 Boston Red Sox
  5. 2016 Chicago Cubs
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Set Registry Spotlight
PSA Set Registry – Set Requests Update
We’ve made great progress on the Set Checklist and New Slot requests queue. Our list of pending requests is at a much more manageable size and we are now able to expand the list of manufacturers for the team sets categories. Beginning with the football category, we will now load requests for 2016 – to present, Panini Prizm & Panini Donruss basic issues.

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