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The Philadelphia Athletics 1901-1954 DVD

$34 plus $6 shipping The Philadelphia Athletics 1901-1954 DVD now available.   This documentary examines five decades of winning baseball.

1960 NFL Championship Game on DVD

$34.00 plus $6 plus shipping Football Classics…1960 NFL Championship Game on DVD Philadelphia Eagles vs. Green Bay Packers

“LOU BRISSIE FIELD” TO BE DEDICATED AT VETERANS’ DAY CEREMONY IN WARE SHOALS, SOUTH CAROLINA

Ware Shoals School District 51 and the Town of Ware Shoals will come together on Monday, November 11th in a special ceremony to honor all veterans and to bestow a special honor on Leland Victor “Lou” Brissie, a hometown hero from “The Greatest Generation.” The baseball field at Riegel Stadium, on the campus of Ware […]

Lou Brissie Field Update

[Show as slideshow] Check out images of the soon to be “Lou Brissie Field”.   A BIG THANKS TO ALL THE SUPPORTERS!  

Philadelphia Hall of Fame 10th Annual Induction Ceremony and Reception

You’re invited to the 10th Annual Induction Ceremony and Reception!

Shibe Park/Connie Mack Stadium Bricks

$199 plus $10 S&H   An actual brick from Shibe Park was hammered down at a past nationwide sports memorabilia auction for $500. Don’t delay in owning such a memorable piece of the classic architecture we knew as SHIBE PARK.

Long Gone Connie Mack Stadium and the 1964 Phillies DVD

$34.00 plus $6 shipping See the Phillies of 40 years ago for baseball and ballpark fans this is it. Almost 45 minutes of rare photos and original vintage baseball action footage are here on either DVD or VHS ever made on Connie Mack Stadium and the 1964 Philadelphia Phillies. Long gone a story of Connie […]

Remember their stories

Click below to read an editorial about Lou Brissie and the “Greatest Generation”. Remember their stories We must never forget the sacrifices of our ‘Greatest Generation’ By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff Friday, Aug 23, 2013

Lou Brissie Field Day Fundraiser

LOU BRISSIE FIELD DAY FUNDRAISER

A SALUTE TO THE HEROIC LOU BRISSIE

By David M. Jordan One of the very best features of post-World War II A’s fandom has long been the saga of Lou Brissie, currently being featured by Lou’s hometown in South Carolina. It was a story of heroism, determination, persistence, and some pretty fine southpaw pitching.