In no particular order here's some of my favorites . . .
I don't go on tumblr hardly ever, but when I do it's to check out the TOOTBLAN Tracker!
For the record, the Cubs were second in all of MLB last season in the number of times they made baserunning blunders with fifty-one. The Rays had fifty-two, while the average per team was just under 39, or about one per team for every four games played. Dexter Fowler, the now former Cub, lead all of baseball with fifteen such blunders. Ouch.
If you'd like to see a classic TOOTBLAN, then please watch the entire video below. Total TOOTBLAN. SMH.
I'm not sure how much use this deck of cards will get, because it will probably get split up into various Cubs binders in my collection. There are 54 cards in all, including two announcers (jokers).
HeroDecks.com to see if your favorite team has a deck, which includes nineteen baseball teams, football, college, hockey, and an "other" category. Good stuff.
Woo-Hoo! It looks like I have box busting to do! Plus, my parents and sister both gave me gift certificates to my LCS. Excellent!
Great movie about a legendary man. I've seen it once and now I'll be able to watch it whenever I want.
In trade packages of cards I usually add a note on the back of expired sheets from my Cubs calendar.
I pride myself in my logic and game playing skills, but my mother and I got absolutely destroyed FOUR TIMES (out of four) when we teamed up to take on my sister and beautiful wife.
Check this one out! It's a 1956 Topps Boston Red Sox card with fuzzy-rounded corners and a nice crease in the bottom right corner. Isn't vintage just absolutely wonderful?
What's even better is I didn't even know this card existed. I have a Karl Olson player collection and it wasn't even on my radar. My family goes the extra mile!
Lastly, we have a photo of me from May pf 1979. At only 18 months old I was already an Olympic Champ AND a Chicago Cubs fan. How about that?
Thanks for stopping by and sharing in my birthday!