Tag Archives: Bull Durham

Beckett 20 Questions … either/or edition

300001 By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor We’re a picky bunch when it comes to collecting — we choose sides with teams, leagues, players and more. For this month’s 20 Questions in Beckett Baseball, we want you to choose sides with players. Who do you dare to choose in these 20 scenarios? — — […]

BGS Diary: Bull Durham, Star hoops, “Macho Man” Randy Savage … and Bill Murray’s baseball card?

300000 By Chris Olds | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Editor | Commentary For the last few months, I’ve submitted five cards a month to Beckett Grading Services to finally get some of the cards I like into slabs. Selecting which cards to submit has been easier said than done — and the results can be interesting, too. […]

BGS Diary Predictor (Jan.): What will he submit?

We want to see if you can predict which of his cards will end up slabbed. Of the 10 cards listed below, five are headed to BGS today for his next BGS Diary.

Cardboard Cameos: 25 years later, a Mariners scout learns he was in “Bull Durham”

Imagine making The Show but not knowing it until 25 years later.

Beckett 20 Questions on … sports movie items

For the next issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, we’re curious about what you think, what you remember and what you know about sports films.

Writers once got their due on baseball cards

The 1990 Little Sun Writers set features cards of notable baseball writers.

Your Turn (Beckett Baseball No. 79): Which trades do you remember most?

In short, we want to know … What baseball trades do you remember most?

Why Bull Durham is not my No. 1 baseball movie …

We’ve been busy prepping the Sports Movies Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, which means I’ve taken some time to re-watch a few memorable DVDs to soak up some of the nuances one last time before we put it all down on paper.

Hey, Bull Durham fans… TRISTAR Obak has something for you

Steve Dalkowski was at one time regarded as the hardest-throwing pitcher ever, some saying he threw 110 miles an hour — at least that’s what the back of his newest baseball card says.