Category Archives: Red Sox

Wu-Tang, David Ortiz, and the Insane Pupil

Hip/Hop and Rap music are not for everyone, and I would guess that many in this community probably aren’t of the age to have grown up listening to the Wu-Tang Clan. But even if you did, you may not be … Continue reading

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Bad Mistakes. . .I’ve Made a Few

When I got back into this hobby, I wanted to collect every card for every player that I had followed as a child, hall of fame players that I had learned about, and current players.  All in all, there were … Continue reading

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By the Time They Get here from Phoenix, I’ll be Blogging

Recently, I came across the blog, It’s Like Having my own Card Shop, that focuses on the Arizona Diamondbacks.  I contacted Daniel and told him that I had a stack of D-Backs that I wanted to send his way.  Like … Continue reading

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A Couple of Oddballs

Along with the stack of catchers and vintage Red Sox, Mark also sent over a few oddballs that are great additions to my collection.  Some of them I have identified, but others remain a wonderful mystery. Here are two stamps … Continue reading

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Vintage Red Sox

I already posted about the stack of ’72 Topps cards that Mark sent over, so now I get to show off the stack of vintage Red Sox he sent my way. 1973 Topps #165, Luis Aparicio This is the only … Continue reading

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Trading with A Cracked Bat, part 2

While Julie, over at A Cracked Bat, is probably in mourning, I am in very good spirits thanks to her generosity.  She recently sent me three team bags full of Red Sox players and a few catchers to boot.  Here … Continue reading

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One Card to Rule them All

For a lot of collectors, especially as kids, we have our favorite cards.  I don’t mean a favorite player; I mean one specific card that we looked at more than any other.  I must admit, now that I am older, … Continue reading

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