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Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
Leon (b. 1946) played in the majors from 1968 to 1975 for the Indians, White Sox and Yankees. He had 440 hits, 24 home runs and a 236 batting average.
I mailed to Leon on January 2 and got the cards back signed on January 14, for a 12-day TAT.
Mussina (b. 1958) played in the majors from 1991 to 2008 for the Orioles and Yankees. He has a career record of 270-153 with 2,813 strike outs and an ERA of 3.68. He never won a Cy Young award, but finished in the top 5 of the voting 6 times. He won 20 games only once, in his final season. He also never won a World Series. That doesn't matter, he was an Ace and one of the best pitchers of his generation. I believe he will go in as an Oriole; the Yankees have enough Hall of Famers.
Moose becomes my 143rd Hall of Famer on a baseball.
Monday, January 21, 2019
Schlereth (b. 1986) played in the majors from 2009 to 2012 for the Diamondbacks and Tigers. He had a career record of 5-6 with 91 strike outs and a 4.35 ERA.
I mailed to Schlereth on January 2 and got the cards back on January 12, for a 10-day TAT.
Moore (b. 1933) played pro football from 1956 to 1967 for the Baltimore Colts. He rushed for a career 5,174 yards with 63 touchdowns and had 6,039 receiving yards with 48 touchdowns. He won the NFL championship in 1958 and 1959 and was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1975.
Before the NFL, Moore played for three seasons at Penn State.
I mailed to Moore on January 3 and got the card back signed on January 12, for a 9-day TAT. I paid a fee of $5.00.
Sunday, January 20, 2019
I also took a lot of time this weekend and removed all of my signed 1987 Topps cards from my autograph albums, and moved them into their own dedicated album. I realized that the album is too small, so I need to get a proper baseball card album (cheap me using a regular 2" 3-ring binder). I'm glad to finally have that task wrapped up, because it sure was cumbersome.
Thanks for the deal, Rocco!
Show (b. 1956 - d. 1994) played in the majors from 1981 to 1991 for the Padres and A's. He had a career record of 101-89 with 971 strike outs and a 3.66 ERA. Show was found dead in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center at the age of 37.
I bought this card off of Rocco, and included it in a trade for some IP autos that I had gotten. I'll show the other cards in my next post; I wanted to do a singular post for Show.