Kansas State alumnus.
Movie watcher & Disc golfer.
Baseball fan (Royals & Cubs)
Once called the Mingus of Twitter.
Sabbath it is
Dave Lopes’ mustache led baseball with 77 stolen bases.
Now my focus switches to 1976 Topps. Michael Jack Schmidt led baseball with 38 dingers in ‘75.
@nightowlcards has this been featured as a night card? Or does the Yankeeness sully it?
In celebration of that Papi dinger here’s a 1976 Reds team photo complete with grinning Sparky.
@Mornacale @audra_marvin @Meggie_Joy here’s the jar of peanut butter in question with your tweet in the background.
Three Hall of Famers and a Hall of Very Good rookie card in the mail today. #collect
So @Meggie_Joy just made random Sunday night cinnamon rolls. That’s a win.
@mike_is_bored I’m getting closer
Here’s a terrible photoshop. @toppscards shouldn’t have attempted the logo.
@CeeAngi here’s a random Louisville mention for you.
Here’s the first Yankee I found in the bunch, for @YankeeMegs and @buttbbutt
Got a batch of 1976s in the mail today. Here’s a sneak peek. Love the old K crown in the background.
Getting sleepy. Here are some other guys that are pretty good at baseball. And I’m spent.
Some players are more photogenic than others. Not sure Fisk or Schmidt ever had a bad picture on a baseball card.
Speaking of relative unknowns, here’s a writeup on Ken, Bob, John, and George… “The Brett Brothers.”
I like that Ernie Banks is featured on the back of a Carlton 20-win-season card. Also Carlton’s ‘72 was preeetty good
This man, who shares my birthday, has a Cove named after him. Didn’t know he spent two weeks playing for the A’s.
Here’s the back of Tom Burgmeier for @juliokcmo.
Steve Garvey finishes up a page of relative unknowns. The radioactive A’s photoshop sticks out. Claudell, too.
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