Monday, 31 August 2020
Sunday, 30 August 2020
The only thing better than one box of RA is two of 'em!
A Rookie Selection that's still in the league! He has returned to Dallas after a short stint in Pittsburgh, both times being exchanged for a 4th rounder. The same fourth rounder. Yeah, that's a strange f'ing trade.
Here's a gold parallel that I actually needed. Not that I'm trying to build this parallel set. Nope. Not me!
It wouldn't be a break of RA without an appearance of the Score Signatures Colten Teubert card.
Here's your Prizm autograph. Looks like Daniel didn't get the "ultra fine" memo. This version of the Prizms is the Prizm parallel to the regular autograph, and is /25.
Not really the most interesting pair of Select cards.
I guess when I've busted as much as I have, I shouldn't be surprised when even the /99 inserts start turning into dupes.
Saturday, 29 August 2020
Friday, 28 August 2020
It has been way, way too long since I had the opportunity to head to the St. Jacob's Flea Market for the necessities. Corn on the cob. Blackberry jam. Pork tails. And cards! I grabbed my usual $5 brick while there as well. These are a brick of about 55-ish recent cards, with a hit in the middle. This time, there were also football and baseball to go along with the hockey. While I did get one of the latter, I also got a baseball one.
I'm going to list the contents by year and product.
2012 Bowman Chrome - Shawn Marcum, Ian Kinsler - Not the most exciting way to start with this trip back to 2012, so I'll opt for this one over the Marcum because of the 'turning two' factor.
Thursday, 27 August 2020
Back to back posts with nothing but 2/14 content contained within!
As with the PWE barrage from yesterday, there was only one basketball card in the mix. But this does add another relic into the hits portion of the collection. I still want a mask relic.
Here's a first for my collection - my first Operation Desert Shield card! As for the other one...
The bi-lingual greatness of O-Pee-Chee!
The big winner here for baseball was Scott Scudder, who has jumped to 51 total cards with these 4. The 1990 Topps is also an OPC version, bringing twice the French-ness into this group. The UD card is the gold hologram parallel as well.
My first autograph of Ryan McKenna, a Sky Blue parallel, and a Bowman Heritage Chrome card help push him into the double digits. He was placed on the 40 man roster in the previous off-season, but is still in the minors, such as they are this season.