First up, one of my favorite players, B.J. Surhoff. His 1987 Topps card was one of my very first baseball cards, ever. At first, when I inspected the autograph, it looked like it may be a stamp. Upon closer look, its not stamped, just a bad Sharpie maybe?
Sent c/o Home address
Next up, Dusty Baker. I had read that he was a good signer and he didn't disappoint! He was the Cubs manager the years I lived in Chicago!!
Sent c/o Cincinnati Reds
Last, but not least, Terry Steinbach. I had posted in my Top 3 Debbie Downers of 2011, that I was bummed that I hadn't gotten these cards back yet, and I was expecting them back, considering they were $2.00 a card. The money goes to a scholarship fund, so well worth the money!!! He is also one of my all-time favorite players! I was ecstatic to find these in the mail today!!!
Signed 5/5 ($2.00 per card)
Sent c/o The Terry Steinbach Scholarship Fund
Welcome to my blog!!!
I have collected baseball cards and autographs over the years. I still have boxes full of cards (as well as newer cards) that are just sitting there. So, I have decided to see how many of them I can get autographed. I use through the mail as my preferred route for this adventure. I also have an account on Zistle and The Trading Card Database for trading purposes (stevienicks77).