Thursday, 14 December 2017

2017 Adventures in Repacks - Part 38.1 - A short break

Time for a short break from the wax busting for some repack busting, and another $3 for 80 from the Dollarama. One half at a time.
2017 Donruss - Ian Kinsler - We're off!
2010 Topps - Chris Coghlan
1993 Topps - Mike Hartley
1982 Donruss - Gene Nelson - This was the oldest card on this side of the repack.
1988 Topps - Danny Darwin
1990 Donruss - Keith Miller - Mets content!
1995 Leaf - Rich Rowland
1987 Topps - Jim Deshaies
1992 Stadium Club - Tom Glavine
1988 Fleer - Rick Rodriguez
1987 Topps - Craig McMurtry
1992 Fleer - Pete Harnisch
2003 Topps - Bruce Bochy - A managerial appearance.
1994 Ted Williams - Bob Feller - This is easily the best card in this first half. A vintage photo of a pitcher at the plate? Yes please!
1989 Donruss - Erik Hanson
1988 Donruss - Bruce Hurst
1987 Topps - Darrell Evans
1994 Pinnacle - Jeff Russell
1988 Donruss - Mark Williamson
1994 Stad. Club - Jim Thome
2003 Topps - AL Strikeout Leaders
1990 Donruss - Will Clark
1997 Leaf - Ryne Sandberg - Not the most action-filled 'turning two' photo, but a 'turning two' photo nonetheless.
2005 Donruss - Jae Seo - Met #2.
2007 UD - Matt Holliday
2006 Opening Day - Derrek Lee
1992 Stad. Club - Chris George
1988 Donruss - Darryl Strawberry - Met #3.
1991 Stad. Club - Scott Servais
1992 Score - Rheal Cormier - An addition to my CanCon collection. The write-up on the back noted the Jays or Expos would love to have this Canadian product on their roster, and the latter would actually have him.
1991 Pacific Nolan Ryan - Nolan Heat
1989 Donruss - Al Nipper
1990 Donruss - Tracy Jones
1992 Bowman - Sam Militello - "I swear. The shirt and that pose were totally the photographer's idea."
1990 Topps - Atlee Hammaker
1989 Topps - Giants Leaders
1990 Score - Paul Molitor
1990 UD - Al Newman
1990 Donruss The Rookies - Pat Combs - Not a set I see in repacks a lot.
2012 Heritage - Rays Team
2013 Heritage - Aaron Crow

I can't say anything bad about a repack that included that Feller card, and there were enough other interesting cards as well. A fine way to start off my $3.

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