Saturday, February 9, 2008

Where do I start?

Having arrived home after another week on the road I have 2 bubble mailers waiting on me to open them. The 1st is from Cardboard Junkie. A guy who likes the Braves for some reason. All I did was send him some lousy Braves cards. And he overflows a mailer with these gems of cardboard inking technology.

Fleer Team Logo Sticker with Fun Facts on the Back!
1988 Topps All-Star Glossy Set of 60
No. 16 Eric Davis

1985 Topps
No. 54 Cesar Cedeno
A base stealing machine until he came to the Reds.

No. 175 Dave Parker
The Cobra!

1977 Topps World Series Highlights
Cather on Catcher Violence as Thurman bum rushes Bench.

2003 Topps Heritage
No. 347 Sean Casey
No. 325 Adam Dunn

2000 Upper Deck
No. 88 Scott Williamson

2000 Topps HD
No. 76 Sean Casey
This is one of the greatest bad facial photos ever! 2000 photos and they choose this one.

2002 Upper Deck Vintage
No. 257 Dmitri Young

2002 Stadium Club
No. 82 Barry Larkin

1999 Topps Gold Label
No. 71 Class 1 Greg Vaughn

2001 Topps Archives
No. 37 Jim Maloney
No. 273 Tony Perez

2002 Filler Card

Dunn and Pujols? On one card? Jackpot!
Just find 20,000 more of these and I can retire after having them graded.

1982 Topps
No. 459 Bruce Berenyi
The best record in baseball and did not make the playoffs. Stupid strike and damn Braves!

1979 Topps
No. 354 Bill Bonham

Facts on the back:
Bill had 4 strikeouts in one inning against the Cubs in 1972.

What happened on September 27, 1935?
Cubs clinched the N.L. pennant.
Then lost to the Tigers in the series. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

1978 Topps
No. 326 Mike Lum

Play Ball Game on back:
Play - Strikeout.
Perfect play after Mikes's .160 Avg. in 1977.
Mendoza has bragging rights over someone at least.

1986 Topps Super Star (Woolworth's Box Set)
No. 27 Dave Parker
I feel like Riki-Tiki-Tavi with all these Cobras

1975 Topps
No. 133 Dan Driessen

1974 Topps
No. 287 Clay Kirby

1972 Topps
No. 311 Clay Carroll

1990 Leaf
No. 321 Hal Morris

1998 Donruss Signature

Aaron Boone
1955 Topps
No. 3 Art Fowler

For Austin Kearns cards go here.
Thanks to the Cardboard Junkie and all his brethren out there. If you have Reds cards to trade let me know. We will see what we can work out.

1 comment:

Scott said...

Dude, that 1976 World Series card is sweet!