Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Topps Diamond Giveaway Haul: 1972

1972
#261 Steve Mingori


To answer your question, jerkoff Topps Diamond Giveaway members, no, I will most certainly not trade you my 1972 Topps Steve Mingori for your 1973 Topps Steve Mingori. You may now go about your business.

By the way, can anyone let me know where (with card numbers) each series of 1972 Topps begins and ends? My go-to source for set information, BaseballCardPedia, does not include this information.

Card Show Report Part 2

Alright, enough with other people's cards, it's time to show off what I picked up for myself at this weekend's card show. By the way, did you know that the complex in which this show is held has a bowling alley in it? I'd say about 10-12 lanes, with what looked to be at least some Miller Lite on tap. Acquire some High Life or PBR and I'm there. Not open on Sunday mornings, though.

Before leaving, I set some collecting goals. I'll work my way backwards through these in the report posts.

Goal #4: Completely Random
This is the one goal I did the most poorly on. It would be safe to say that nothing I bought was truly random. The closest I came was picking up some Brewers cards for a few of my player collections. My Yount cards are all recorded in a rigidly structured database. Prince, Braun, Gallardo, etc... these just get slipped into a binder. Here are two of my best "randoms."
2009 Upper Deck A Piece of History Box Score Memories #BSM-RB Ryan Braun Game-Used Jersey
I'm a sucker for Brewers cards with green color schemes, so picking this off the $5 table was a no-brainer.

2007 Just Minors #JAPr-07 Yovani Gallardo
I'm glad Yovani's not Japanese, or else I'd be offended by that extremely odd card number. From the back I can tell that JAPr stands for Just Autographs Preview. Hate the name, love the hair.

Goal #3: Want Lists
I certainly picked the right time to hit this show. My low-grade commons guy had a small stack of 1971-72 Topps Basketball, the set I'm currently collecting. The price was 10 for $4.00. No stars, but I picked out 10 NBA players. Those seem slightly harder to find than the ABA cards in the second half of the set.

Same guy also had this sweet Finals Game #2 card I needed. That's Alcindor in the foreground, ready to rebound Jon McGlocklin's rainbow J, should it not go in. Unlikely, as the Bucks shot .509 from the field as a team that year. Not sure if it's still the record or not.

My final set builder card was the last thing I picked up on the day. A Buck for a buck, #59 Bob Dandridge. The dollar I gave the seller (which itself came as change from another dealer) was so flimsy as to almost be transparent. I think the other dollars in my wallet were making fun of it. So let's say I actually got this card for 87 cents, shall we?

Thanks for reading, the third and final part will be coming soon.

December Mega-Group Break Randomization

Well, I got tired of waiting for others to join, so I picked up the remaining group break slots. I picked the Athletics, Twins, Red Sox, Orioles, Cubs, Reds, Dodgers, and Giants. The ramdomization of the participants' names came out like this:

Here is the preliminary draw:
1. Angels - Thorzul
2. Athletics - Thorzul
3. Rangers - BS
4. Mariners - Chris Mays
5. White Sox - Thorzul
6. Indians - Thorzul
7. Royals -BS
8. Twins - Thorzul
9. Tigers - sewingmachineguy
10. Red Sox - Thorzul
11. Yankees - BS
12. Blue Jays - D a V e
13. Orioles - Thorzul
14. Rays - sewingmachineguy
15. Cubs - Thorzul
16. Cardinals - IkesCards
17. Brewers - Thorzul
18. Pirates - Thorzul
19. Astros -Thorzul
20. Reds - Thorzul
21. Padres - Thorzul
22. Diamondbacks - D a V e
23. Dodgers - Thorzul
24. Giants - Thorzul
25. Rockies - Thorzul
26. Braves - Chris Mays
27. Nationals/Expos - Thorzul
28. Mets - Thorzul
29. Phillies - BS
30. Marlins -IkesCards

Trading is officially open. The Prime Patches box is scheduled to arrive first. Good luck!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Stubs: 2002

I've just realized it's been over a year since I've done one of these ticket stub posts, and I really need to get my envelope of tickets off my Blu-ray shelf. So, here we go.

The decade-and-a-half since 1997 has been a golden age for professional soccer in Milwaukee. The outdoor Rampage won the A-League (second division) championship twice (but have since folded) and the indoor Wave have won five world titles. I'm much more partial to the outdoor game, and I have a ton of Rampage tickets from 2002. Here are some of the best.
It's always a major coup to beat a team from a league higher than yours, and the Rampage did just that in 2002, defeating the Chicago Fire in Milwaukee. I remember declaring loudly after the final whistle, "Once again, a team from Wisconsin has made a team from Chicago its bitch!" That one got a lot of laughs.

Later that summer, we lost to the Kansas City Wizards. Nothing to be ashamed of, however, as MLS teams have won all but one U.S. Open Cup since they have taken part in the competition.

I also have a pair of stubs fro the playoffs. Seeing that Vancouver Whitecaps ticket makes me wish someone would have pulled the trigger on an MLS team here. Vancouver's got one, and they suck. We beat the Richmond Kickers in the title game in Milwaukee. Not as memorable as the 1997 trophy, but it solidified the franchise's place in history.


The Wave went to the finals that year after beating Baltimore in the semis, but lost a really close game 3 to the Philadelphia Kixx at home.



This ticket must of been on the forefront of the Scan, Don't Tear admission movement. Yes, this is a coveted full ticket to a Marquette/Elon basketball game. I believe the hole punch means I was granted entrance to a luxury box at the Bradley Center. In case you want to know my thoughts on the matter, December basketball sucks. This game was so lopsided, I remember Jerry Sichting's son getting into the game.

It's not all sports here in Milwaukee. We've got culture, too! This production of Moby Dick was awesome. I'd never seen such balls-out effort on set design and special effects in a play before. Plus, it gave me the rare opportunity to be in the presence of a large number of white people.

As per the custom with these posts, you get to see the first and last movie I saw that year. Coincidentally, those were the first two installments of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers. I really need to watch those again.


This is a stub from some sort of UW-Milwaukee event. It could be anything, really. I'm guessing basketball had better designed tickets, so I'm narrowing it down to men's soccer and women's volleyball. I've been to each of those events at some time in the past, so I'm going with them as possibilities.

Here's a perfect example of the hoity-toity nature of private schools. This is a Marquette men's soccer ticket stub. Compare that to the UWM stub. And, oh yeah, were were in Conference USA back then. Marquette joining your conference is a death knell.
MCC? Dead.
Great Midwest? Dead.
C-USA? On life support.
Big East? Well, that's not exactly fair, but it's going to be a shell of its former self soon if it survives.

Those are my favorite tickets from 2002. Stay tuned for more.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Topps Diamond Giveaway Haul: 1973

All three of the Diamond Giveaway cards you are about to see were obtained naturally and withstood the onslaught of trade offers. Though I'm not sure why there were so many of those.

1973
#238 Tony Muser

White Sox players in the red color scheme are automatic keepers. However, I mainly hung on to this Muser card because I remember him being one of the Brewers coaches when I was a kid. Apparently he was being groomed to take the managerial post in the mid-1980s, but Tom Trebelhorn skipped ahead of him.

#298 Ron Bryant
This card is 1973 Topps in a nutshell.
Subject of card in the background? Check.
Opposing player larger than subject of card? Check.
Vast backgrounds of infinite darkness? Check.

#42 Mike Andrews
Another card typical of this set. Andrews is turning two in spectacular fashion, but the photographer was sitting in the upper deck. I know there are some of you out there who love to pinpoint the particular date, game, and even play depicted on a card. Any ideas on this one?

You know what? I'll try to figure it out for myself.
The player sliding into second appears to be on the Red Sox or Tigers. Frank Howard wore #33 for the Tigers, but they did not play the White Sox any later than July 19, and Howard was acquired around September 1. Pitcher Marty Pattin wore #33 for the Red Sox in 1972, pitched against the White Sox twice, but failed to reach base in any of his plate appearances.

Another possibility is that #33 is a California Angel. I found out that first baseman Bob Oliver wore #33 for the Angels in 1972. In a game played at Anaheim Stadium on September 17, Oliver reached base to lead off bottom of the second inning on a passed ball strikeout. The next batter, Doug Howard, grounded to third and Mike Andrews made the putout at second, which means that #33 Oliver was out at second. This is the best I could come up with after searching for about an hour. However, I think the Angels had red numbers on their uniforms in 1972. Plus, I'm not sure that #33 on the card is even black. Groan.

Other AL teams with dark helmets and numbers that I've ruled out:
Yankees - No #33
Twins - No #33
Rangers - #33 Frank Howard not found in any out-at-second situation.

Let's look at who's left:
Orioles: No #33
Indians: #33 pitcher Lowell Palmer, no plate appearances in 1972
Brewers: Uniform not even close
Athletics: Ditto
Royals: Ditto

So Bob Oliver is my closest guess, though I'd welcome anyone to prove me wrong. (And who knows, this is probably a Spring Training game, where everything's up for grabs.)

December Mega-Group Break Pot Sweetener!!!

This is reposting of the first group break announcement post, with one minor... no, make that MAJOR change. The sign-up has been really slow so far, and I really don't want to pick up the remaining slots. So this will be my Christmas gift to the group breakers. If each of the eight remaining slots in this break fill up, I will randomize the names of all the participants, and one person will be refunded $25 of their group break fee. This will apply to all existing participants (not including me), as well as the eight new ones. Existing participants are encouraged to claim more slots, since each slot will add your name one more time to the randomization list. Give yourself a 1-in-14 chance of getting 25 bucks back! Let's fill this break!

Like we did last year, the stakes will be raised for the December group break. You're spending all kinds of money on presents for the kids, so why not treat yourself? Come on, you can do better than that Fraggle Stick Car that Junior keeps going on and on about!
This year, we're going to open a box of two different products from 2005.
The first in 2005 Donruss Prime Patches. This product has a whopping 8 hits per box, with a couple of them in the Oh My God range.

The other is a box of 2005 Playoff Absolute Memorabilia Update. The big hits in this box are going to be just as silly, with a good mix of then-current and former players.

With a high price tag on both boxes, the cost of the break is going to be higher than normal, too.
A two-team slot will cost you $51.00. You get one team of your choice, and the other will be assigned to you randomly. If you want, I will give a discount on a four-team slot (two of your choice, two random) for $100.00. (Canadian residents, please add $1.00 per slot.) As always, please include your screen name, team(s) chosen, and shipping address with your payment.
Immediate payment can be sent via PayPal to: bill13boehm@yahoo.com

1. Angels -
2. Athletics - Thorzul
3. Rangers -
4. Mariners -
5. White Sox -
6. Indians -
7. Royals -
8. Twins - Thorzul
9. Tigers - sewingmachineguy (paid)
10. Red Sox - Thorzul
11. Yankees - BS (paid)
12. Blue Jays - D a V e (paid)
13. Orioles - Thorzul
14. Rays -
15. Cubs - Thorzul
16. Cardinals - IkesCards (paid)
17. Brewers - Thorzul
18. Pirates -
19. Astros -
20. Reds - Thorzul
21. Padres -
22. Diamondbacks -
23. Dodgers - Thorzul
24. Giants - Thorzul
25. Rockies -
26. Braves - Chris Mays (paid)
27. Nationals/Expos -
28. Mets -
29. Phillies - BS (paid)
30. Marlins -

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Card Show Report Part 1

The cold, hard reality of this day was that I got to the card show at the wrong time. Yet, in another way, I got there just at the right time. I felt like I was in a rush, even though as I'm typing this, the show is still scheduled to go on for another hour. Some of the dealers were starting to pack up their tables when I was nowhere ready to leave. At this point in a show, however, the prices start to drop as sellers try to get as far into the black as possible. In this first post, I will show what I got for Zpop.

Zpop requested Washington Senators and Boston Red Sox. In a note he sent with his forty dollars, Zpop wrote, "My ideal would probably be to get vintage Senators, but I trust your judgment." Let the record state that someone once trusted my judgment. I suppose it helps that it's someone who hasn't ever met me, but I'll take what I can get. Well, I think Zpop will be happy with my choices. Let's start from the least expensive cards and work our way up.

Cheapo Senators
These I got from my favorite dealer. He had a box of low-grade vintage cards that were going for 50 cents apiece, with a 10-for-$4.00 incentive deal. I picked up a few of these for myself, and was lucky enough to snag some 1967 and 1968 Sens. for $0.40 each. That Frank Bertaina is in rough shape, but you have to respect a guy who wears a hat like that. He just looks like the type of guy who, when he got pulled from a game, sat in the dugout with a piece of hay coming out of one corner of his mouth and one of those foot-long Slo-pokes dangling from the other.

1960 Topps Red Sox
Since I was able to find so many Senators, I went pretty light on Sox. The seller these cards came from had two prices listed on each penny sleeve; the top shows the book value, the bottom is his price. I found the prices fair and bought a bunch from this guy.

1960 Topps Senators
I don't know much about any of these guys, but I'm guessing this is a nice head start on a '60 Topps team set. Steve Korchek's glasses are outstanding.

I topped off the purchase with a 1960 Topps Senators Coaches card. The quality of the copy on the backs of these cards never ceases to amaze me. The lot of these 1960 Topps cards came to $8.00 total with a nice seller's discount. I will be sure to visit him again.

1968 #320 Frank Howard
The last seller I bought from had more than half of his stuff put away. I had visited his table earlier and made a mental note. I quick grabbed this Frank Howard and this...

1966 Topps #70 Carl Yastrzemski
The bottom left corner of this card is a little sketchy, but the price was right. The Howard above was $2 and this Yaz was only $8. Half price, baby!

That's it for Zpop. I'd imagine I'm making his wife/girlfriend happy by sending one of his twenties back with his card haul. All in all, this was a fun experience that I'm looking forward to repeating in the future.

Card Show Pre-Game

Well, today is the day I'll be hitting up the Serb Hall Card Show. Reader Zpop was the only person who took me up on my offer to be a straw buyer for him. He sent $40, and later I'll be showing whatever I'll be able to find for him.

As for myself, I've decided to sit down and write some goals for my excursion. Going in with a plan seems to be a good idea for today.

GOALS
1. Beat-up vintage
I hope to find at least a couple of really cheap cards from the '50s due to their condition. Ink mustaches, perfectly round corners, and owners' names on the front will be on my radar.
2. New Yount
I must purchase at least one Robin Yount card that's new to my collection.
3. Want Lists
I'm not looking to completely close out any set, but some progress would be nice.
4. Completely Random
I'd like to come home with at least a couple items that are spur-of-the-moment purchases. Whether it's $3 box of 1989 Fleer or a card with a piece of dress worn by an actress who never appeared in color, I want to surprise myself today.

If you're in the area, feel free to join me. If you want to stop and say hi, I'll be wearing a Pittsburgh Pirates cap and a red hoodie. Full report to follow later today.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Topps Diamond Giveaway Haul: 1974

1974
#178 Garry Maddox


Everyone and their mother wanted to trade me for this card. I suppose I generally would have accepted offers of older cards for more recent ones, but the 1973/74 Corollary flies in the face of this doctrine. I've always liked the '74 set, although I wish the backs, with their dark green ink, were easier to read. Always better than '73 in my book. This was another natural redemption, and it fit well within the scope of my search for beards and hair, as Maddox is seen here sporting plenty of each.

While Garry accomplished much in his career, including eight straight Gold Gloves and the 1980 World Series, the best clip I could find on YouTube was the tough 10th inning he had in the clinching game of the 1978 NLCS for the Dodgers against his Phillies. His error on Dusty Baker's fly ball allowed LA to keep the inning alive. The next batter, Bill Russell, hit a ball that skipped past Maddox, allowing Ron Cey to score from second. Cey probably would have scored anyway, but the fact that Maddox couldn't come up with it made it academic.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

December Mega-Group Break Reminder

Are you crazy? Sign up for this! Possibly the coolest products ever in a Thorzul group break.

Trade Me Anything V #15

Ztrade for zcards from Zpop...

This trade was so chock-full of want list goodness! There were even cards in there I didn't know I wanted that I wanted! Here are five of my favorites.

1. 2010 Topps Allen & Ginter National Animals #NA3 Falcon - Iceland
"You saved us a lot of money on car insurance. I used that money to buy a falcon. Ergo, you bought me a falcon."

2. 2011 Topps Gumball Champions Mini #KC-10 Ichiro
I actually had this one in my cart at CheckOutMyCards, and I've just happily removed it.
"You saved me 50 cents by sending me an Ichiro. I used that money to buy a sticky hand from a vending machine. Ergo, you bought me a sticky hand."

3. 2010 Upper Deck Season Biography #SB-87 Prince Fielder (w/Ryan Braun cameo)
A team that goes 82-79 is a winning team, yes?
Then quit your fucking complaining.
That is all.

4. 2008 Topps Chrome #11 Yovani Gallardo Copper Parallel (428/599)
Awesome, awesome card. This will look good next to all of the other Yo cards with the same pose.

5. 2008 Topps Chome #165 Chris Carpenter X-fractor
Still working on this X-fractor set, and I really appreciate the help. Down to needing 59 more of these, still a lot, but no longer impossible.

Zthanks, Zpop!

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

The Face of American Football, Circa 1992

A quick once-over of my storage room indicated a need to pitch some stuff out. The first to go will be this picture atlas, a book I have saved since cleaning out my classroom last spring for the sole purpose of blogging about it. The picture below tells you all you need to know about the rigorous quality controls that all scanned photos here at the Thorzul Will Rule home office must pass.

The Library of Congress information lets us know that this atlas was first published in 1992. Another clue as to the book's relatively old age is the "Room 30" designation on the inside cover. Ever since I have been at my school, room numbers have always been in the triple digits.

Let's flip to the United States page to find the reason this book was worth keeping.
A fan of one of the other 31 inferior professional outdoor football teams in this country might have glanced over this superlative detail. No, not the misplaced computer symbol hovering just north of Los Angeles, although it certainly does belong in a location closer to San Francisco. I'm looking at the off-shore picture of a football player.

To the untrained eye, this is merely a generic #7 for an undetermined green-and-yellow football team. The astute observer easily recognize, however, the unmistakable countenance (even with mullet obscured) of legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback Don Majkowski.

In fact, even the laziest of Google image searches found a couple of photos that clearly served as the basis for the atlas sketch.


Yes, for the most fleeting of moments, likely in the glow of 1989's Packers/Bears "Replay Game," Don Majkowski was THE physical embodiment of sport in America. At least Labybird Books of Auburn, Maine, thought so.

Topps Diamond Giveaway Haul: 1975

This is one of those cards that people wanted me to trade to them. I held onto it purely out of spite.

1975
#237 Carl Morton


Contrary to popular belief, Carl was not the model for the girl on canisters of Morton Salt. Carl did get caught in a fierce rainstorm, he was carrying a large umbrella, and he was wearing a yellow raincoat that was three sizes too short for him. His family has never been compensated.

Forget it, that was stupid. Let's just work on finding the answer to the trivia question on the back of this card:
Which NFL owner once played major league baseball?

Monday, November 21, 2011

December Mega-Group Break Is Open!

Like we did last year, the stakes will be raised for the December group break. You're spending all kinds of money on presents for the kids, so why not treat yourself? Come on, you can do better than that Fraggle Stick Car that Junior keeps going on and on about!
This year, we're going to open a box of two different products from 2005.
The first in 2005 Donruss Prime Patches. This product has a whopping 8 hits per box, with a couple of them in the Oh My God range.

The other is a box of 2005 Playoff Absolute Memorabilia Update. The big hits in this box are going to be just as silly, with a good mix of then-current and former players.

With a high price tag on both boxes, the cost of the break is going to be higher than normal, too.
A two-team slot will cost you $51.00. You get one team of your choice, and the other will be assigned to you randomly. If you want, I will give a discount on a four-team slot (two of your choice, two random) for $100.00. (Canadian residents, please add $1.00 per slot.) As always, please include your screen name, team(s) chosen, and shipping address with your payment.
Immediate payment can be sent via PayPal to: bill13boehm@yahoo.com

1. Angels -
2. Athletics -
3. Rangers -
4. Mariners -
5. White Sox -
6. Indians -
7. Royals -
8. Twins -
9. Tigers - sewingmachineguy (paid)
10. Red Sox -
11. Yankees - BS (paid)
12. Blue Jays - D a V e
13. Orioles -
14. Rays -
15. Cubs -
16. Cardinals - IkesCards (paid)
17. Brewers - Thorzul
18. Pirates -
19. Astros -
20. Reds -
21. Padres -
22. Diamondbacks -
23. Dodgers -
24. Giants -
25. Rockies -
26. Braves - Chris Mays (paid)
27. Nationals/Expos -
28. Mets -
29. Phillies - BS (paid)
30. Marlins -


Yes, I do realize this is a bit early, but with the holidays coming up I want to beat the Christmas shipping rush.

Let Me Buy Your Straw (Or Something Like That)

Next Sunday, I am planning on going to a card show. To liven things up a bit, I'd like to do some shopping for you.

Here's what I'm thinking. At a local card show (if they have them in your area), you are going to pay a premium for the home team players. Yes, the selection of Brewers is much bigger in Milwaukee, but you will pay more for, say, a Yovani Gallardo relic card than you would in a place like Phoenix or Seattle. Or maybe you keep seeing the same old sellers and you've picked over anything of theirs that interests you.

Here's where you can actually take advantage of this trend. If you send me some cash along with some buying parameters, I will do some shopping for you. However much money you send me, I will try to fulfill a general wish list with that money, minus a couple of bucks for the cost of shipping the cards back to you. I don't even know if anyone will want to participate in this, but it's worth a shot. I'm taking a maximum of five participants. If this interests you, leave a comment. Please make sure you send your cash to me so it arrives before this coming Sunday. The money, along with your address and your team/player/set preferences to:
Bill Boehm
1916 N. 52nd St.
Milwaukee, WI 53208

Please be reasonable with your wish lists. If you're going to have something specific like "1956 Topps #129, 253, 302...," then also ask for something general like "Pittsburgh Pirates." (And just so you know, all unspent money will be returned, of course.)

If you feel like taking a reasonable gamble and you're in the mood for a surprise, now's the time to jump in!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Trade Me Anything V #14

This one's from Chris in New York.

Thanks Chris, I appreciate the Brewers and old-school Bucks. Lots of great inserts in there, too!

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Wii Schmii

This is how Thorzul is spending his Saturday night.

Hope this makes dayf feel a little bit better.



Try to stay out of the cemeteries, kiddies. Those flying eyeball things will FUCK. YOU. UP.

YOU KNOW BAGU?

THEN I CAN HELP YOU CROSS.

Friday, November 18, 2011

Topps Diamond Giveaway Haul: 1977

1977... at last we've arrive back to a year when I wasn't yet born. The highlight of this sports year had to be Marquette winning the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. The championship game victory over North Carolina proved to be coach Al Mcguire's last, and believe me when I say that he is still beloved 'round these parts, God bless his soul. Let's get to the cards.

1977
#240 Ron LeFlore
After another card that has not been shown, I'd have to say that this was the most trade requested non-Die-Cut card in my virtual collection. Maybe it's because of Ron's amazing life story. In a break from tradition, all of what you will read here is true. Ron was discovered playing ball in prison, where he was doing 5-15 for armed robbery. Billy Martin, then the Tigers manager, scouted LeFlore, offered him a tryout and then a contract, got Ron out on parole, then put him in the minors. LeFlore made the Tigers roster a few years later, but by that time Martin was gone. The most amazing part of this, however, is that LeFlore's story was documented in a made-for-TV-movie One in a Million: The Ron LeFlore Story in 1978. The actor playing LeFlore? LeVar Burton.

Let me break it down for you.
An actor we all know and love named LeVar... played a guy named LeFlore... as well as a Star Trek character named La Forge. That's spectacularly awesome!

#293 Jack Brohamer

That's just an awesome last name. I have a brother-in-law named Joe, and we sometimes call him Broseph, but Brohamer is almost as good. I think it might become my pen name for future novels.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Boxes For Sale!

I've been trying to clear out some space in my baseball card and comic book room (Best. Room. Ever.), and I've come to realize that I need to get rid of some of the EMPTY card boxes I've been saving. Whether they're from group breaks or from personal purchases, the stack of boxes and tins has grown. Before throwing them out, I've decided to offer them up to collectors. I'm sure there are player or team collectors who would like a box with their favorite player on it, but don't want to spend the money n the whole box of cards just to get it.
I'd say a price of $4.00 each for these would cover shipping and handling and hopefully find some of these a good home. Here's what I've got.

Derek Jeter Sweet Spot

Alex Rodriguez Moments & Milestones

Cal Ripken Donruss World Series

Cal Ripken Diamond Kings

Mark Teixeira Prestige

Derek Jeter / Cal Ripken Sweet Spot Retail Tin

Ken Griffey, Jr. Sweet Spot Tin (I have three of these.)

Lou Gehrig Sweet Spot Tin

George Brett Donruss Champions

Wade Boggs / Ryne Sandberg Topps Retired Signature

All tins and boxes are in good shape with no dents or tears. The tins will come with whatever velvet trays were inside of them.
If there's anything you want for $4.00, let me know.