So Im not as active on the forums these days, probably wont be until August. Mostly to concentrate on other interests of mine, but Ive always got time to teach the hobby to others. So during my "sabatical" from the hobby, Ive managed to take on another person wanting to learn the ins and outs of the hobby and the different avenues and methods to getting ones personal collection bigger, or at least manage to make it something to constantly stare at in their case. For the record, this friend
Updated 10-24-2014 at 12:06 AM by Rockstartrev
I'm always looking to buy bro
I sent to McDermott using the TTM address in the database and I have been waiting for 3 weeks. I sent a white filler card and I really want to get this back. I just want everyone's opinion on whether I should send to him again or keep waiting since other people have gotten him in only a week.
Fan of all ATL teams. Go Hawks!
I know it's been awhile since my last blog posting, but there has been a lot going on in my life here lately that has taken me away from adding much of anything new to my collection. So, I thought I'd let it build up a little bit before I posted a new entry.
I'll start off with updates regarding Michael for those who may have missed it. He made his first appearance in an Orioles uniform in ST when they played the Red Sox, going in as a pinch-runner & scored the first run for the
Well the past few weeks I have had good success with TTM. I received cards back from Josh Harrison (2), Jim Leyland (1 of 4), Brock Holt (2), Sidney Crosby, and Jim Duffalo (1). I think that's is it.............don't have my list in front of me.
The Jim Duffalo was a great one for me personally, He played back in the 60's and he is from the town I was born in. I normally collect Pittsburgh Pirates players and local Western PA. players. I found his 1965 Topps card at a run down card