Before I say anything, I would like to apologize for not blogging pretty much all winter. It was baseball’s off season, and I guess I took an offseason also. The winter was long, and baseball is finally almost back. I wish JosÃ© Reyes’ injury was an April Fools joke, but it sadly is not. But since I had a long time away from the blog, my mail stack grew larger, and I will share that with you guys now.
Former Brave and Pirate, Sid Bream, who is most notably known for a play simple known as “The Slide”, signed my cards. For those of you who don’t know what “The Slide” is, click HERE
Former 3 time all star pitcher, Dan Plesac, signed a card.
Met Legend and 1969 Miracle Met, Bud Harrelson, signed 2 cards, and one of the cards is from the Long Island Ducks team set.
A man whose birthday is in less than 2 weeks, Woodie Fryman, signed a card in black pen, making the signature pretty hard to see.
1980 World Champion Philadelphia Phillie Del Unser signed all 3 of my cards.
A man who has been in baseball for over half a century, Don Zimmer, signed all my cards, my index card, and even personalized one of the cards. I appreciate him for that.
You have to remember Jon Lieber, he signed all 3 of my cards.
(Is my scanner really that bad that I missed the top of all the cards?)
During spring training, I wrote to a couple current players, no superstars, just a few pitchers.
Orioles starter, Koji Uehara, signed a card. He either signed it or scribbled on it and wrote 19.
Ryan Rowland-Smith, Mariners reliever, signed a card.
Lastly, White Sox pitcher John Danks signed a card.
That is all for the ttm cards. I will be at Citi Field for Mets Opening Day on Monday.
Thanks for Reading.