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MLB Pocket Schedules

Tim and I are now three weeks into our 2011 schedule and just had our first “off weekend” of the early season.  Kellan is still waiting for his first game action of the season.  Plenty of baseball left on the Cook & Son schedule for 2011.  Seems like a good enough reason to share our baseball pocket schedule collection.

Each year, I try to grab a few pocket schedules at every ballpark we visit.  We have a baseball card album full of them.  Let’s take a look — and lets do it in the order Tim first saw each of these teams play a home game.

First, our Mariners pocket schedules:

                     
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2007 Mariners (Felix).JPG

                      
2007 Mariners (Ibanez).JPG    

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2009 Mariners (Felix).JPG    
2009 Mariners (Griff).JPG  

                     
2010 Mariners (Figgins).JPG    
2010 Mariners (Lee).JPG  

                     
 
2010 Mariners (Wakamatsu).JPG
     
2011 Mariner (Wedge).JPG

2011 Mariners (King Felix).JPG

Second, our Phillies pocket schedules:                       
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2007 Phillies (Howard).JPG

                        2008 Phillies (Burrell).JPG    
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Third, our Orioles pocket schedules:



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2010 Orioles.JPG

Fourth, our Yankees pocket schedules:

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Fifth, our Pirates pocket schedules:

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2008 Pirates.JPG
2010 Pirates.JPG

Sixth, our Reds pocket schedule (featuring Ken Griffey, Jr.! #3):

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Seventh, our Indians pocket schedules:

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2010 Indians.JPG

Eighth, our Mets pocket schedules:

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Ninth, our Diamondbacks pocket schedule:

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Tenth, our Nationals pocket schedules:

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2010 Nationals.JPG

Eleventh, our Red Sox pocket schedules:

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2009 Red Sox.JPG

Twelfth, our Cubs pocket schedule:

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Thirteenth, our Twins pocket schedules:


                         
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Fourteenth, our Brewers pocket schedule:

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Fifteenth, our White Sox pocket schedules:

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(This is one of my favorite schedules.  The picture of Ramirez’s homerun celebration couples just perfectly with the fireworks.  Good job, White Sox!)

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Sixteenth, our Blue Jays pocket schedule:

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Seventeenth, our Athletics pocket schedule:

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Eigthteenth, our Dodgers pocket schedule:


2010 Dodgers.JPGNinteenth, our Padres pocket schedule:

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Twentieth, our Angels pocket schedule:

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Twenty-first, our Giants pocket schedule:

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Twenty-second, our Spring Training pocket schedules:

2008 Cactus League.JPGOne more to come here…still need to photograph the 2011 Spring Training Schedule.  By the way, these include all Cactus League games for all of the teams in the Cactus League.

Bonus, our Reading Phillies pocket schedules (MiLB):

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There you go, that is it for our MLB pocket schedules collection.  We plan to add plenty to this list in 2011.  In fact, by the end of the season, I hope to be able to add new schedules for the 2011 Mariners (actually already added), Orioles, Nationals, Phillies, Pirates, Yankees, Mets, Tigers, Reds, Rangers, Astros, Marlins, Braves and Nationals.

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