|Yes, I'm still catching up on holiday packages. Don't judge.|
Justin, the proprietor of Mets Cardboard, seems like a really nice dude. Yeah, he cheers for those Metropolitans, but I can't fault him for that. We all have our favorites and every Jedi needs a Sith. Right?
Besides, Justin is a man after my own heart: he is one organized collector and one heckuva a trade partner.
Let's take a look at the cards he sent back my way!
The above and below pictures are from the back of the card. Here's to hoping they make JediJeff happy! I don't mind showing a Cubs World Series loss, because they did win in 1907 and 1908.writer.
The Rich Harden card has the old school Topps logo in the corner and is made of different vintage like cardstock. I'm going to try to get this one into the Cubs FrankenSet.
Maybe I've mentioned that a week from now I'll be in Chicago at the Cubs Convention?
How about some sluggers? Good luck in retirement Aramis!
Corey Patterson, a five-tool prospect forgotten.
I will always remember Moises Alou as being the guy to pee on his hands, because he said it helped him grip the bat better. Um, you should have tried batting gloves, Moises.
I wish the Cubs had some young stud pitching talent knocking on the door to the majors right now.
Kerry Wood collection, which is now at 435.
What a return for some Mets Cardboard! Thanks for the trade Justin!