With the first half of the 2014 baseball season almost over, I have noticed that my card numbers haven't increased at all. Sure, I've had a few offers thrown out there, but nothing ever panned out. I did receive a surprise package from BSEBALLCOMMISH75 with a couple of Yastrzemski's in there, but I already had them in my collection.
While my card numbers may be stagnant, my memorabilia has gotten some incredible pieces & even better memories. I've rediscovered how much I love
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, I for one am ready for Spring Training to start! I'm ready for Winter to be over with so I can start enjoying baseball again!
As I figured in my last blog post, December & January were not the most productive when it came to adding to my collection or to hearing any news about where Michael is going to start the 2014 season for Baltimore. So I guess I'll just jump right into what this Winter has brought me, other than more snow than I wanted.
I started off in
This was a rather slow month for adding anything new to my PC, but with the holidays upon us my budget isn't really giving me much leeway to spend that much right now.
Carl made his once a year public signing in Massachusetts this month & for another year I was unable to make the trip up there from Indiana. I didn't even bother contacting his agent again this year to ask if he thought Carl would sign the one item in my collection that I really want his signature on. I believe
Well, The 2013 MLB season is officially over & I must wish a very enthusiastic congratulations to the Boston Red Sox for winning the World Series this year! Boston fan favorite & only remaining player from the 2004 World Series championship team, David Ortiz was named MVP of the series. He batted .688 (11 for 16) with two homers, six RBIs and eight walks, as well as posting the 2nd highest OBP in series history at .760.
It was nice to see Carl back out there to throw out