Despite my apparent sabbatical from the blog recently, I couldn’t miss the 4th Annual Condition: Poor St. Patricks Day Parade of Cards, once again led by the Grand Marshal, the Mets’ own “Irish Hammer” Daniel Murphy. So without further ado, let’s get to the wearin’ o’ the green. Grand Marshall Murphy, lead the way.
…my collection gave to me… Nine Crusty Skippers, Eight Team Portraits, Seven Hall of Famers, Six Vintage Oddballs, Five Mini Mets, Four Old Ass Cards, Three Guys Named Johnny, Two Keith Hernandez’s, And a Vintage Moe Berg!
Enjoy the barbecues and beer, but let’s not forget them that’ve given their lives in the service of this country.
I can’t believe this is the 3rd Annual Condition: Poor St. Patricks Day Parade of Cardboard. Geez. How long have I been here? On to the parade. This year, the Grand Marshal of the parade is the Mets’ own “Irish Hammer”, Daniel Murphy. Have a great St. Paddy’s day everyone. Don’t eat too much Lucky […]
…my collection gave to me Eight Crusty Skippers, Seven TTM Autos, Six 1960 High Numbers, Five Checked Up Checklists, Four Mini Cards, Three Jersey Relics, Two 56′s, And a Cardboard Zeppelin!
I feel like it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything I picked up at the old Sportlots site. Shocking, I know. Well, that’s about to change because here’s a sack of cards that I recently got from that very institution, none of which coat me more than 2 bits (with the exception of one […]
Congratulations to the St. Louis Cardinals and all their fans on becoming the 2011 World Champions of Baseball. (Note to self: Next year, if the Rangers should make it to the World Series again, out of fairness to them and their fans, I SHOULD NOT ROOT FOR THEM. Even if their matched up against the […]
A few weeks ago, I ended up snatching up a bunch of cheap-o rookie cards of guys who have been pretty damn good over the last couple of decades. Some of the guys whose cards I got are pretty much sure-fire Hall of Famers, once they become eligible. Others probably won’t get into the Hall […]
Todays Card of the Moment is brought to us by rectangles. And water stains. And half assed efforts because this was the last post I pre-scheduled before I left on vacation. 1961 Topps #16 Billy Muffett Looking at this card, the first thing that hits me is that Topps has got to be a New […]
This is the second of the 2 1961 Topps cards that Mark from Marks Ephemera sent me a while back. It’s also the second Earl he sent. 1961 Topps #152 Earl Torgeson Clifford Earl Torgeson spent 15 seasons in the Major Leagues, starting his career in 1947 for the Boston Braves. He finished it out […]