Featuring 12 unique photographs, many from private collections, of American Association baseball images,
the 2012 American Association Almanac calendar will be another prize-winner, one the baseball fan in your
household will gain from all year round.
The 2012 American Association Almanac wall calendar is being offered again this year,
printed on the same heavy stock as last year’s edition, a feature which really sets it apart from the
flimsy calendars most of use on a daily basis. As in past years, the 2012 version of the calendar
sports another great lineup of photos from each of the league’s eight original teams, along with loads of info.
You’ll find a balanced assortment of players, teams and venues from the old American Association represented.
As in the past, featured photos are accompanied by detailed descriptions sure to spur your curiosity.
Each week is marked by the birthday of a former American Association player;
care was taken during the selection process to make sure that even the most obscure players would appear in this lineup.
Included in this year’s calendar is a full-color view of Milwaukee Athletic Park (later known as Borchert Field).
It is a stunning look at this long-lived American Association ball yard and is truly “suitable for framing.”
The calendar is a versatile tool. It is designed to be hung where it will be viewed with ease.
But it also works well as a desk calendar, with ample room for recording important appointments and other notations.
At $25 (postpaid) this calendar is priced higher than standard offerings, but its value is enhanced by its contents.
And remember, proceeds from the calendar are invested back into the American Association Almanac.
Your contribution helps me meet my increasing production costs.
Makes a great gift for the upcoming holidays!
To order, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
To see what how pages of the calendar are designed, go to my website at http://www.almanacfield.com and click on the tab “2012 Calendar” then scroll down and you will find a link. Not sure why the hyperlink inserter on this blogsite isn’t working, but I’ve tried numerous times to insert a functional link and it just won’t cooperate with me today.
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