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Monday, July 22, 2019
Ford (b. 1956) played in the majors from 1978 to 1981 for the Orioles. He had a career record of 5-6 with a 4.02 ERA and 46 strike outs.
I mailed to Ford on June 18 and got the cards back on June 24, for a 6-day TAT.
Sunday, July 21, 2019
This 2014 Bowman Chrome Black Shimmer refractor is not numbered, but it still is really cool. I pulled it out of a pack, and was glad to see that Hentges signs. Otherwise, it would be in a box, somewhere.
Hentges (b. 1996) was a 4th round draft pick by the Indians in the 2014 Amateur Draft. So far, he has compiled a record of 13-28 with 394 strike outs and a 4.29 ERA. This season, he is with AA Akron, and doesn't look to be faring all that well. He has a record of 1-9 with a 5.21 ERA. Hopefully, the Indians keep working with him. When we met him last season, he was really nice.
I mailed to Hentges via Akron on April 16 and got the cards back on June 24, for a 69-day TAT.
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Brock (b. 1957) played in the majors from 1982 to 1991 for the Dodgers and Brewers. He had 794 hits, 110 home runs and a .248 batting average.
I mailed to Brock on November 17, 2018, and got the cards back on June 22, 2019, for a 217-day TAT.
Friday, July 19, 2019
Lombard (b. 1975) is exactly 5 years older than I am. It isn't often that I find a player with whom I share a birthday, but it is cool that Lombard and I do. He played in the majors from 1998 to 2000, 2002, 2003 and 2006 for the Braves, Tigers, Devil Rays and Nationals. He had 77 hits, 8 home runs and a .220 batting average.
I mailed to Lombard via Dodgers Spring Training on February 5 and got the cards back on June 22, for a 137-day TAT.
Hart (b. 1957) is a member of the legendary Hart Family of wrestling. Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the Harts have been a fixture in Canadian wrestling for decades. Patriarch, Stu Hart, ran Stampede Wrestling in Canada and showcased his sons (most notably, Bret and Owen), along with his sons-in-law, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart and The British Bulldog, the Hart Family was a fixture in wrestling in the 80s ad 90s.
Bret made his wrestling debut in 1978 and retired in 2000. His retirement was due to a concussion he received when he was mule-kicked in the head by Bill Goldberg in a WCW match. In all, he was a World Champion (WCW and WWE) 9 times, and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame twice (individually in 2006 and as a member of the Hart Foundation in 2019).
I mailed to Hart on March 25 and got the cards back on June 15, for an 82-day TAT.
Thursday, July 18, 2019
The coolest thing about his card in this year's team set is that I actually own the jersey that he is wearing on the card. Also, my dog is on the jersey, so my dog now has a baseball card. When I asked Noah to sign this, I told him about the jersey, and he remembered me getting it that night, which was cool.
Knepper (b. 1954) played in the majors from 1976 to 1990 for the Giants and Astros. He had a career record of 146-155 with 1,473 strike outs and a 3.68 ERA. He was an All Star in 1981 and 1988. He appeared on the 1996 Hall of Fame ballot, but received no votes.
I mailed to the private signing on May 20 and got the card back on June 13, for a 24-day TAT. I paid a $20.00 fee.