Archive for autographs
On Wednesday I made a quick run to my local card shop and picked up another 1992 Score Ser. 2 box in search of the super rare ‘Franchise” insert cards, hopefully one that is signed. Well, as the title of this post suggests … I got one! Check out the “live” reveal …
In case you missed the other one I pulled, check out this one I pulled five months ago …
And here are what the autographs look like, I own all three single-signed cards:
I was at my sister’s house yesterday with my kids and on her son’s shelf I saw a piece of my baseball history.
Way back in 1991, we went to a Tigers-A’s game in Oakland and we were fortunate enough to get a few autographs, including the signature of Hall of Fame manager Sparky Anderson.
Funny thing is I can’t find MY autograph, but my sister has her’s now sitting on her son’s shelf. There are three other signatures on this ball. Can you name them?
Hint: two of them are Oakland players, and one is a Tigers pitcher.
Instagram Portrait: 1909-11 T206 Walter Johnson / 2010 Topps Chrome Refractor Autographs Stephen StrasburgPosted in Instagram Portraits with tags autographs, baseball, baseball cards, Instagram Portraits, Stephen Strasburg, t206, Topps, Walter Johnson on July 26, 2012 by Cardboard Icons
Three quarters of a year ago, I ran to my local card shop and purchased the latest and greatest product: 2011 Bowman Platinum.
Hot off the heels of the Bowman (with Bowman Chrome) release, the Platinum product offered signatures of the biggest up-and-coming prospects including Wonderboy Bryce Harper.
Yep, a redemption.
Well, 8 months later it has arrived … with a streaky autograph.
**Addendum: Both of these issues are Machado’s fault, NOT Topps.