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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Troy Thibodeau
An upcoming auction gives Civil War buffs and sports fans a chance to buy a piece of baseball history.
An auction house that sold a 148-year-old baseball card is now selling even older baseball memorabilia that features a Union team decimated by a Civil War battle.
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Troy Thibodeau from Saco River said the tickets, which are actually military passes, are important to collectors trying to understand the origins of baseball.
Thibodeau said a newspaper clipping and an invitation from the team president would also be auctioned.