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Sunday, April 21, 2019
Saturday, April 20, 2019
Roberge (b. 1954) played in the majors in 1979, 1980, 1982 and 1984 to 1986 for the Astros, White Sox and Expos. He had a record of 12-12 with 119 strike outs and a 3.98 ERA.
I mailed to Roberge on March 5 and got the cards back on March 16, for an 11-day TAT.
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Hagen (b. 1960) played in the majors in 1983 and 1984 for the Cardinals. He had a career record of 3-2 with 9 strike outs and a 4.25 ERA.
I mailed to Hagen on March 8 and got the card back on March 15, for a 7-day TAT.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Deer (b. 1960) played in the majors from 1984 to 1993 and 1996 for the Giants, Brewers, Tigers, Red Sox and Padres. He had 853 hits, 230 home runs and a .220 batting average.
I mailed to the private signing on February 13 and got the card back on March 15, for a 30-day TAT. I paid a fee of $10.00.
Monday, April 15, 2019
The card turned out really when when signed, and I am happy to be adding it to my album.
I mailed to Neshek on March 5 and got the cards back on March 14, for a 9-day TAT. I sent to him via Phillies Spring Training.
I didn't have too many cards of the Pelicans, but what I did have, I got signed. I have nothing leftover for them, which is nice. I was able to get a few cards removed from my box and also was able to take care of a few 50/50s.
Aramis Ademan is still the toughest signature for the Pelicans, and also probably the best looking. The above 2018 Bowman Peaks of Potential really turned out nicely.
I finished off what little I had left of Alex Lange on the second day. We missed the third game, since that one was Education Day, and an 11AM game. There was some action that day, as Lange was tossed in the bottom of the second for having foreign substance on his arm. The manager was then tossed, and finally the third base coach was ejected later in the third inning. I hate that we missed an exciting game.
The Wood Ducks seem to be a pretty good team, so far. The pay a lot differently under Corey Ragsdale, than they did under Spike. I think I like this team more than the one that was here last year, but it is still early, so I am reserving judgment. Still, I love the Wood Ducks altogether, and am so glad that I made the decision to buy the season tickets.
Sunday, April 14, 2019
Graterol (b. 1998) has been in the Twins system since he was 16. He played for the Dominican Summer League in 2015, then moved up to Rookie League in 2017 (he didn't play in 2016), A and High A in 2018, and AA this season. Overall, he is 13-6 with 179 strike outs and a 2.59 ERA.
I mailed to Graterol on February 27, and got the cards back on March 14, for a 15-day TAT. I mailed to him via Twins Spring Training.