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Man sticks his cigarette out of a wooden fence's knot-hole, asking an outfielder for a match.
“Gotta light?”
Max Porter
August 16, 1952

 

An infielder consults with the pitcher during a baseball game.
“Try not to hit their hats so often.”
J. Monahan
August 16, 1952

 

Little-leaguer talks to his father about his most recent baseball game.
“I had a no-hitter until the ninth inning and then blooie!! I hit three guys in a row.”
Ray Helle
August 4, 1951

 

Men in a baseball stadium's stands criticise the umpires.
“Of course, we must remember the umpire’s closer to the player than we are.”
Rea
July 28, 1951

 

An outfielder miraculously catches a pop-fly at home plate.
“I understand they sort of built the team around this kid…”
Larry Frick
July 14, 1951

 

A seal plays catcher during baseball practise.
“That’s fine. But how is his peg to second?”
Schus
September 2, 1944

 

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Comments

  1. I am sure there are more Cartoons available. In fact you have a book of Cartoons that I think is still published. I would like to see more of these of the different categories. I remember as a child that there were some in the weekly Saturday Evening Post that my parents use to get had cartoons about dentists. Are those still available?

  2. “Try not to hit their hats so often.”
    J. Monahan
    August 16, 1952

    It would have been funnier if Monahan had said, “Try not to hit their bats so often.”
    J. Monahan
    August 16, 1952

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