Humbly displaying Dr. No's World Famous Agglomeration of Cardboard Curiosities for your pleasure and delight.
01 February, 2013
A trade with Spiegel (in-person)
I completed an in-person trade with cool cat Spiegel of Nomo's Sushi Platter at Dodgers FanFest 2013 last Saturday. This was my first in-person trade outside of a local card shop since I started collecting cards again in 2009. I traded autographs of Chin-Lung Hu and John Ely to Spiegel. Here are some of my favorites from Spiegel's trade package:
Chin-Lung Hu is currently playing for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. I did not know that team or league existed until I looked up what Hu was doing nowadays. Hell, I thought he was still on the Mets. The Matt Kemp card is one of those holographic deals. I think I still like the old "Rookie Card" logo more than the new one.
1995 Score Gold Rush #238, Orel Hershiser. It is always nice to get new cards of Bulldog. Hershiser has some interesting photos on his cards. Look at that expression he's making on the back of this one! Great.
1978 Tommy John #375 and 1979 Charlie Hough #508. Nice condition vintage cards. What do you think, should Tommy John have been elected to the Hall of fame? The Dodgers have had quite a few knuckleballers in their history, the most recent being Charlie Haeger. There was also Hough, of course, as well as Hoyt Wilhelm, Tom Candiotti, Dennis Springer, and Nap Rucker.
Three TTM autographs! 1991 Fleer Ultra Rick Honeycutt #249, 1974 Claude Osteen #42, and a 1991 Fleer Mickey Hatcher #206.