So, yeah, you get the title above.
The storm? Well, that would be the upcoming school year. I'm just going to leave it at that. We all have outr own takes on Covid-19, masks, social distancing, quarantining, politics, and the pandemic in general. I'm not here to get into that. If you would, just wish me luck when we start up on August 13th. Dimebox Nick right away. I'm sure you've heard of this old saying as well, "Let sleeping
dogs cats lie."
Nick, who is one of my favorite bloggers, always sends great trade packages.
Alright, we're going picture heavy here on the rest of the package. Remember, Nick wrote that he hoped at least a handful would be useful. Ha! There was only three duplicates out of three jam-packed team bags, and one of them was a Vogelmonster. (So, let's just say there were only two cards that'll go in the duplicate stack.) Quite impressive!
I actually have a saved Ebay search for the 1999 Old Style Cubs set. I will take singles any day of the week!
Bruce Sutter! The photos are quire similar even if the uniforms are different.
Fergie! The Sport King Gum is a winner for sure!
Randy Hundley deserves more cardboard. I would love for him to be included in Topps' Archives Signature Series. That product is always full of good, but not great, names from the past.
I think every Ken Holtzman card in my collection has him making the face on the right. So glad to get a smiling Holtzman finally!
Vintage Santo! You know you love to see it!
Here's some other great Cubs names from yesteryear.
Ah, 1985 Topps designs. Now I have the regular edition, the O-Pee-Chee and the Tiffany.
Ryno! This one gets me one closer to 1,000 unique Rynos. I'm now just ten away.
This Shawon Dunston (and Junior) card was just added to my Folder of Fun.
Shooter in a Cubs uniform. Yes!
Shooter in a minor league Giants uniform? Weird, but a winner! For the record, I do have a Rod Beck Player collection.
Nomar and Dontrelle... they were exciting players in their primes (not with the Cubs so much).
Kid K! I'm debating if I should shoot for 1,000 Kerry Wood cards. I'm thinking no, but the cost of his singles aren't prohibitive if I change my mind.
This is my third D-Lee hit in less that three weeks time. I can't argue with that!
I think this is my first Nicholas Castellanos card in a Cubs uniform. Definitely a keeper for my collection.
Here's a couple more cards for my Wrigley Field Folder. I have three pages of Wrigley cards in the folder so far and somehow Nick managed to send ones I don't already have copies of.
I've heard a couple of bloggers mention how this could be their favorite insert set of the year. I'll admit, Spring has Sprung is pretty good.
Caratini has become an integral part of the Cubs roster in 2020.
Lots of Rizzo!
The Kellogg's card of Billy Williams is a sweet looking lenticular card.
Ernie and more Kellogg's!
Nick, I'm not sure where you find some much great Cubs cardboard, but this package was truly a treat! I'll start making a new pile to send your way, because I certainly owe you after receiving this haul! Thank so much!