1972-73 Cubs come to life in film documentary

by theFalcon - 20 cards (Last updated on Oct 7, 2020)



1. 1972 Topps #757 Jose Cardenal


39:13 - Leads flip game in right field of Jarry Park, 1972. This guy was a helluva ballplayer ... hit at least .291 during his first five years with the Cubs and never made an all-star game.


2. 1976 Cramer Phoenix Giants #NNO Bruce Christensen


9:29 - Sliding into 3rd base for the Angels. He played in the majors only in 1971 for the Halos.


3. 1973 Topps #542 Pat Corrales


You'll see this play at 43:45 thru 44:00. This is bottom of the 2nd, 6/14/1972 against the Padres. Jenkins hurt his knee, but did not miss any starts.


4. 1972 Topps #416 Johnny Edwards


29:28 - Edwards homered off Jenkins in bottom of 11th to beat Cubs on 4/24/1972.


5. 1973 Topps #139 Carmen Fanzone


Blowing his own horn at 12:03.


6. 1973 Topps #501 Larry Gura


52:55 - He's #40 warming up in the bullpen.


7. 1972 Topps #335 Bill Hands


24:11 - Gives verbal scouting report on Astros to Jenkins during national anthem.


8. 1972 Topps #508 Ellie Hendricks


39:40 - First time I ever saw a player try to tag out an umpire, LOL. This is top of the 2nd against the Mets, 9/16/1972. Nothing in TCDB with Ellie on the Cubs.


9. 1973 Topps #367 Burt Hooton


39:55 - Crossing home plate after hitting grand slam off Tom Seaver, 9/16/1972.


10. 1972 Chicago Cubs Color Picture Pack A #NNO Randy Hundley


5:35 - "Reb" playing shortstop with a catchers glove, LOL.

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Oct 7, 2020 - 11:39AM
stevejrogers

Fergie stole Seaver's Cy Young that year! ;)

 



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