Also, did I mention my baseball team is still playing?
|The regional plaque!|
In cardboard news, John, from Johnny's Trading Spot, sent me a small flat rate mailer.
I love sorting cards and I couldn't be happier that I've (more-or-less) made it through another school year and now have some time on my hands to dedicate to my hobby.
player collection. Very nice!
Alright ready for lots of cardboard and short commentary? Okay, here we go!
Brooks Kieschnick! There was only one Kieschnick card in the package, it was a new one to add to the binder.
Here's a string of players who I forgot played for the Cubs, including Tony Womack.
I know the 1992 Topps set like the back of my hand, but I don't recognize any of these cards.
The Topps Traded boxed sets were a great place to get the latest and greatest rookies. A lot of hype surrounded some of those cards.
More oddballs? I'm game!
I'm starting a Bruce Sutter player collection I guess! The Kellogg's card is in pristine condition, although it lists Sutter as a Cardinal on the back. Booo!
Here's a regular issued 1980 Topps card of Kong. What a great nickname. Personally, I feel it's better than Stormin' Gorman, but I bet Milwaukee fans would disagree. 😀
Shiny, smiling Willson!
Thanks for the cards, John!
And thanks for stopping by on this Memorial Day. Be sure to pay your respects and enjoy the day with family.