There are definitely times when my trading can be described as deliberate and there are other times where I wear a path between my doorstep and the post office. The Junior Junkie recently coined a new term: burst trader. Trading in bursts is something I'm quite familiar with, but not to TJ's level, which recently was fifty-one packages in one trip to the post office!
I was one of the happy recipients of that record shipment. Let's see the cardboard mojo he sent my way!
I didn't know Upper Deck joined Topps in the gold foil business back in 1992. The little UD emblem on the back is gold. I wonder how many of these I unknowingly have in my collection?
Die-cuts! Mr. Jackson didn't make enough contact for his five-tool talent to stick in the majors. D-Lee is one of my favorite Cubs first basemen of all-time.
2016 Donruss! I still have yet to crack a pack or buy and 2016 cards for myself, but they keep trickling in to the Waiting 'til Next Year headquarters.
I think I'm up to six of the 100 Years of Wrigley insert set. I will complete this set. I will.
455 and still counting! I like the 2004 Upper Deck advertisement in the upper right. I'm a sucker for anything nontraditional-like in my cardboard collection.
130th different card of Fukudome's in that particular PC, and the first addition in quite some time.