A 1962 Houston Colt 45's program/Scorecard is worth about $15.-$25. in excellent - near/mint condition. As with all collectibles, condition is the most important factor of all providing that the item is authentic. With programs/scorecards the slightest flaws will bring the price down significantly. An exceptional mint condition scorecard could sell for more.
Common flaws would be staining, foxing (yellowing), fading, stains, creases, rips, loose pages, cracked binding, and writing on the cover. Un-scored programs will generally sell at a higher price than a scored program but sometimes it doesn't effect value. The over all condition, and how well the cover displays will.
The value on a "scored" program as opposed to a un-scored program can vary depending on the game, and collectors preference. In general I would say an un-scored program will sell at a higher price. Some collectors do not mind scored programs, or might prefer it scored. A game in note that might sell at a higher price "scored" would be Don Larsens perfect game in the World Series. I will leave a link below for more information on scorecards, and publications.
1962 Houston Colt 45s
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The Houston Colt .45s
The Astros entered the National League in 1962 as the Houston Colt 45s. The name was changed to Astros in 1965 when the team moved into the Astrodome.
New York. The Mets joined the National League along with the other expansion team, the Houston Colt 45s (later the Astros) in 1962.
That would be the announced crowd of 30,027 that saw a June 10, 1962 doubleheader vs. Dodgers. The Colt 45s lost both games, 9-3 and 9-7.
That was the Houston Astros who were known as the Colt 45s between 1962-1964, their first three years in the National League. When they moved into the Astrodome for the 1965 season, they changed their name to the Astros.
The Astros first season in the National League was 1962 and they were known as the Houston Colt 45s. They entered the league as an expansion team with the New York Mets.
They originally were called the Houston Colt .45s in 1962 and changed their name to the Houston Astros in 1965 when they started playing in the Houston Astrodome. The Astrodome was so-named because Houston is the center of the U.S. Space Program. The logo represents Texas the Lone Star State.
The Los Angeles Angels and the Washington Senators were added to the American League in 1961. The National League added the New York Mets and the Houston Colt 45s in 1962.
Favourite Weapon: 9-mm Twin Colt 45s
Since the Houston franchise joined the National League in 1962 -- they are now in the American League -- the Cincinnati Reds have beaten the Colt .45s/Astros 443 times in 845 games.
Made by Colt in 1944. Not engraved for USMA, but some serialed 45's were alloted to the USMC........................
Texas Rangers. The Rangers began play as the Washington Senators in 1961. The Houston Astros are the second oldest team never to have won a World Series. The Astros began play as the Houston Colt 45s in 1962.
I couldn't find any other "state patrol commerative 45s" but did find a couple of similar ones Texas Rangers etc. all around the $1400 range. Check in at gunbroker.com and do a search there
Answer: American Otis Davis in 1960, the first olympian to 45s in 400m (: Singapore~
Juan Marichal (born in Laguna Verde, Monte Cristi) for the San Francisco Giants against the Houston Colt 45s on June 15, 1963.
Washington Senators - 1961 Los Angeles Angels - 1961 New York Mets - 1962 Houston Colt 45s - 1962 Kansas City Royals - 1969 Seattle Pilots - 1969 Montreal Expos - 1969 San Diego Padres - 1969 Toronto Blue Jays - 1976 Seattle Mariners - 1976 Colorado Rockies - 1993 Florida Marlins - 1993
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The best-remembered hard-luck story involved Ken Johnson of the Houston Colt .45s (now the Astros). On April 23, 1964, he gave up no hits in a 1-0 loss to the Cincinnati Reds.
I attended a Mets game against the Houston Colt 45s in the Polo Grounds in 1963 that ended a 17 game loosing streak, which was the longest up to that time. I can't imagine they've exceeded that.
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If you mean two times 45 then it is 90
Houston Colt 45s/Astros from 1963-1971, Cincinnati Reds from 1972-1979, Houston Astros in 1980, San Francisco Giants from 1981-1982, Philadelphia Phillies in 1983, Oakland Athletics in 1984.