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Card Show Review: Big Game Hunting

I set some lofty goals for myself before going to this card show, and while I wasn’t able to cross every one off my list, I do feel like I found some great cards. 795 more words

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Meet Daniel Norris: The Baseball Player You Want As Your BFF

Daniel Norris was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the second round of the 2011 draft (74th overall). He has a 17-19 overall record in the minors and a 3.92 ERA. 264 more words


A Cracked Bat Upside My Head: Part 4

Julie sent well over 300 cards, and not all of them were catchers.  She included a number of Red Sox greats that ultimately made their way into my collection. 242 more words

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2014 VINTAGE CUTS: Bobby Doerr

I am trying to catch up on all the cut autographs I have made over the past few months.  When I first started the blog I was posting them, then got busy in real life and the blog took second priority.   243 more words


Behind The Number ~ #1 Bobby Doerr

Robert Pershing “Bobby” Doerr (born April 7, 1918) played his entire 14-year baseball career for the Boston Red Sox (1937-1951).  In addition to batting over .300 in several seasons, Doerr set Red Sox team records in numerous statistical categories. 613 more words

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New Autograph Acquisitions: A Hall of Famer and four Brooklyn Dodgers

I added 14 new autographed baseball cards to my collection last week, the majority coming as my prize for winning a World Series contest run by Zach of… 269 more words


Lou Lucier, Oldest Former Red Sox Player, Dies At 96

BOSTON (AP/CBS) — The Boston Red Sox have lost their oldest surviving player.

Lou Lucier, a right-handed pitcher who played during World War II, has died at the age of 96.  161 more words