Check out my COMC Portfolio
Follow me on Instagram @wregenthal and Twitter @foulbuntWilliam
Check out the cards I'm offering on COMC.
Saturday, May 25, 2019
Flair always looks good when signed, so I was glad this one got done.
Hernandez (b. 1964) played in the majors from 1991 to 2007 for the White Sox, Giants, Devil Rays, Royals, Braves, Phillies, Mets, Pirates, Indians and Dodgers. He had a career record of 67-71 with 945 strike outs and an ERA of 3.45.
He was an All Star in 1996 and 1999.
I mailed to Hernandez on March 23 and got the cards back on April 2, for a 10-day TAT.
Friday, May 24, 2019
Landrum (b. 1954) played in the majors from 1980 to 1988 for the Cardinals, Orioles and Dodgers. He had 248 hits, 13 home runs and a .249 batting average. He won the World Series with the Orioles in 1983.
I mailed to the private signing on March 4 and got the card back on April 1, for a 28-day TAT. I paid a fee of $8.00.
Thursday, May 23, 2019
Johnson (b. 1956) played in the majors from 1981 to 1984 and 1986 to 1990 for the Expos and Giants. He had 145 hits, 5 home runs and a .255 batting average.
I mailed to Johnson on February 27 and got the card back signed on April 1, for a 33-day TAT.
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
I mailed to Hinch via Astros Spring Training on February 5 and got the cards back on April 1, for a 55-day TAT.
With all of the 2017 Bowman that I opened, I'm surprised that the chrome refractor on the top right is the only Jameson Fisher that I had.
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Gaetti (b. 1958) played in the majors from 1981 to 2000 for the Twins, Angels, Royals, Cardinals, Cubs and Red Sox. He had 2,280 hits, 360 home runs and a .255 batting average. He won the World Series with the Twins in 1987. He was a two-time All Star (1988 and 1989) and a four-time Gold Glove Award winner. His best MVP finish was 10th, which he accomplished twice (1987 and 1995).
I mailed to the signing on February 21 and got the card back on April 1, for a 39-day TAT. I paid a fee of $12.00.
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Hughes (b. 1938) played in the majors from 1966 to 1968 for the Cardinals. He had a career record of 20-9 with 230 strike outs and a 2.79 ERA. He was second in the 1967 NL Rookie of the Year Award voting (to Tom Seaver) and finished 17th in the NL MVP voting that season. He won the World Series with the Cardinals in 1967.
I mailed to Hughes on March 23 and got the cards back on April 1, for a 9-day TAT.