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Thursday, November 14, 2019
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
Asadoorian (b. 1980) was a first round pick (1999, 17th) by the Red Sox out of a Massachusetts high school. He played in the minors for 9 seasons in the Red Sox, Rangers and Reds systems. He also played 4 years of independent ball before hanging up his spikes at the end of the 2011 season.
I mailed to Asadoorian on October 7 and got the card back on October 18, for an 11-day TAT.
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Wagner (b. 1954) played in the majors from 1976 to 1984 for the Tigers, Rangers and A's. He had 205 hits, 3 home runs and a .243 batting average.
I mailed to Wagner on September 24 and got the cards back on October 18, for a 24-day TAT.
Monday, November 11, 2019
I knew something like this was coming. All Rags did this season was impress me on how he managed the Wood Ducks and also continued his other job as Rangers Minor League Field Coordinator.
The Minor League Field Coordinator is the person who determines where each minor league player is assigned, who moves up (or down), etc. He also made sure my beard was up to par this season.
At the final regular season home game, Rags hugged Chris and I and thanked us for coming out this season. I told him that it was my first season as a season ticket holder, and he was probably the biggest reason why I would be renewing my package.
I had also ran into him outside the stadium a few games before where, during the game, he had been ejected. He went so far as seemingly apologizing to Chris and I for being ejected. Rags is just a great guy. I really hope that we can run into him in the future, as he may be one of my most favorite people I have come across in all of the MiLB games that I have gone to. I can easily say that Chris and I love Rags.
I'll also miss saying this before every game, "Go get em, Rags!"
Sowers (b. 1983) played in the majors from 2006 to 2009 for the Indians. He was a 1st round pick (6th overall) in the 2004 June Amateur Draft. He had a career record of 18-30 with 174 strike outs and a 5.18 ERA.
I mailed to Sowers on September 30 and got the cards back on October 16, for a 16-day TAT.
Sunday, November 10, 2019
Santana (b. 1958) played in the majors from 1983 to 1988 and 1990 for the Cardinals, Mets, Yankees and Indians. He had 497 hits, 13 home runs and a .246 batting average. He won the World Series with the Mets in 1986.
I mailed to the signing on September 19 and got the card back on October 15, for a 26-day TAT. I paid a fee of $29.00.
Saturday, November 9, 2019
Fernandez (b. 1962) played in the majors from 1983 to 1997 for the Dodgers, Mets, Orioles, Phillies and Astros. He had a career record of 114-96 with 1,743 strike outs and a 3.36 ERA. He was a two-time All Star (1986 and 1987) and his best Cy Young Award finish was 7th (1986, NL). He won the World Series with the Mets in 1986. He appeared on the 2003 Hall of Fame ballot, but only received 0.4% of the vote.
I mailed to the signing on September 19 and got the card back on October 15, for a 26-day TAT. I paid a $29.00 fee (which is why I didn't send the Sports Illustrated).