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Saturday, October 21, 2017
In it was a signed locker nameplate of David Lough, a signed 8x10 of Mychal Givens, a signed post card of Joe Orsulak, a coupld IP autos, and a Jeremy Hazelbaker auto from 2017 Stadium Club. The IP signed cards were Buck Showalter on a 2011 Heritage and a 2017 Topps Mariners team card signed by Andrew Albers.
Thank you so much for the birthday package, Michael! I really appreciate it!
This 1976 Topps turned out really nice. He personalized everything, which is fine by me.
Friday, October 20, 2017
Bradley (b. 1959) played in the majors from 1983 to 1990 for the Mariners, Phillies, Orioles and White Sox. He had 1,058 hits, 78 home runs and a .286 batting average. He appeared in the AL MVP voting in 1985, when he finished 16th and made his only All Star appearance. He batted .300 or better in 3 seasons.
I mailed to Bradley on September 26 and got the cards back on October 13, for a 17-day TAT.
Thursday, October 19, 2017
So, that being said, here is a TTM success I received from Bruce Look. I think this card was extra out of a batch of cards I had picked up for my set. This means that I had this on my list, but forgot to cross it off when I got one, making me have to re-purchase the card. I hate when I do that, but it was cool because it gave me a card to send out for TTM.
Look (b. 1943) played for the Twins in 1968, his only season in the majors. He had 29 hits, no home runs and a .246 batting average.
I mailed to Look on May 11 and got the card back on October 13, for a 155-day TAT.
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Rader (b. 1948) played in the majors from 1971 to 1980 for the Giants, Cardinals, Cubs, Phillies and Red Sox. He was a first round pick (18th overall) by the Giants in the 1967 June amateur draft out of high school. He had 619 hits, 30 home runs and a .257 batting average. He finished second in the 1972 NL Rookie of the Year voting to Jon Matlack. He is not related to former player and manager, Doug Rader.
I mailed to Rader on September 2 and got the cards back on October 10, for a 38-day TAT.
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Sambito (b. 1952) played in the majors from 1976 to 1982 and 1984 to 1987 for the Astros, Mets and Red Sox. He had a career record of 37-38 with an ERA of 3.03 and 489 strike outs. He was an All Star in 1979, the only season in which he received NL MVP votes (he finished 21st). He received votes for the Cy Young Award in 1980, where he finished 5th (NL).
I mailed to Sambito on September 28 and got the cards back on October 6, for an 8-day TAT.
Monday, October 16, 2017
Whiteside (b. 1979) played in the majors in 2005, 2009 to 2012 and 2014 for the Orioles, Giants and Cubs. He had 108 hits, 10 home runs and a .210 batting average. He was on the Giants teams that won the World Series in 2010 and 2012, but he did not appear in those post seasons. He is now the bullpen catcher for the Giants.
I mailed to Whiteside via the Giants Spring Training on February 23 and got the cards back on October 5, for a 224-day TAT.