Writing a scorecard in old-time cursive

Scorecard of the 1932 Babe Ruth “called shot” world series game

Does your cursive handwriting stink? Try changing your cursive so it matches Abraham Lincoln’s. There’s all those Lincoln letters online. You can just trace them to practice.

Your baseball scorecard can look like this one from the 1932 Babe Ruth “called shot” World Series game. Justice John Paul Stevens wrote the names all fancy-style.

If anyone has links to really old scorecards, let me know by leaving a comment on this blog post (or tweeting my brother @57hits)

Matt will pin them onto our shared baseball board on pinterest. Thanks.

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