Yet another trade post. Cards from last post are packaged and will be mailed this week. There are a few nice cards here:
1980 Topps #206 Strikeout Leaders Richard/Ryan-JR Richard was bad man!
2006 Topps Rookie of the Week #17 Mike Schmidt
-not sure what I think of these multiplayer Rookies blown up CLAIMED
2006 Topps 52 #285 Danny Sandoval SP
2005 Topps Rookie Cup Blue #99 Joe Randa #39/50
-eh again CLAIMED
1985 Fleer #286 Kirby Puckett-this one is a bit tattered CLAIMED
1985 Donruss #438 Kirby Puckett
-this one is tattered too but not as tattered as the Fleer. CLAIMED
2008 Topps Chrome Blue Refractor #72 Brandon Phillips
1987 Donruss #43 Rafael Palmeiro
- my favorite junk wax set.
2010 Topps Heritage #446 Freddy Sanchez SP-didn't play his first full season until he was 27. Won a batting title at 29. CLAIMED
On to the STACKS!Rafael Palmeiro (19 cards) - he DID NOT take steroids...except he did.
Andy Pettitte (13 cards) - he DID take steroids. CLAIMED
Kirby Puckett (76 cards) - cool new Kirby statue at Target Field. CLAIMED
Tim Raines (24 cards) - should be a HOFer.
Aramis Ramirez (17 cards) - with that name, he should be a Musketeer.
Manny Ramirez (35 cards) - 14th all-time on HR list. steroids? CLAIMED
Jose Reyes (13 cards) - once called the most exciting player in baseball CLAIMED
Cal Ripken (60 cards) - the original Iron Man 2. CLAIMED
Alex Rodriguez (17 cards) - i'm getting tired of typing "steroids". CLAIMED
Ivan Rodriguez (28 cards) - Pudge 2.
Scott Rolen (16 cards) - good player, getting old. CLAIMED
Pete Rose (19 cards) - the gambler 2, after kenny rogers.
Nolan Ryan (29 cards) - no hit king. CLAIMED
Tim Salmon (18 cards) - often the best player on bad angels teams.
Ryne Sandberg (45 cards) - Ryno. CLAIMED
Johan Santana (13 cards) - i need him to win the CY as a Met.
Curt Schilling (16 cards) - bloody sock.
Mike Schmidt (23 cards) - isn't in trouble when his middle name, Jack, is used. CLAIMED
Tom Seaver (14 cards) - best Met. CLAIMED
Richie Sexson (15 cards) - ???
Gary Sheffield (25 cards) - the cream.
Alfonso Soriano (17 cards) - not a lead-off hitter
You guys are forgetting to follow my rules of trading, so I won't even bother posting them.