01-20-2013, 10:35 PM #51
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01-26-2013, 12:01 PM #55
Went to the Cincinnati Reds Caravan this morning at Nationwide Arena. They had 6 different people signing, mostly broadcasters, front office staff and minor leaguers. I went for Brandon Phillips and Marty Brennaman:
Brandon Phillips SS ROMLB
Marty Brennaman 8x10
Also got Chris Welsh to sign a 1987 Topps for J_A_S_Z's set.
Big thanks to Andy (lambeauleap87) for the 8x10 of Brennaman. Came through in the clutch! Also, with Andy's help, found the players entrance to Nationwide Arena. I'm planning on 'graphing the Blue Jackets during their current homestand. They have an autograph signing tonight after the game, but unfortunately I'll be at work.
01-26-2013, 02:41 PM #56
"My whole philosophy is to broadcast the way a fan would broadcast." Harry Caray
Collects: Bowman/1979 Topps (240/720)
TTM project 1987 Topps
01-26-2013, 03:03 PM #57
02-09-2013, 12:51 PM #58
I haven't got much back lately, but most of what I've sent out has been to spring training. I started off by sending to those who have a good return percentage in TTM manager, then finished off with some stars and longshots.
Sandy Alomar Jr.
Already received Tomlin back, so I'm 1/33 so far. Hopefully the next few months will bring some awesome mail days.
02-09-2013, 11:57 PM #59
I should've checked my mail before posting earlier! Got this in today, and it looks awesome.
Jordy Nelson, c/o GB Packers in 38 days.
I love the look of this set. Might send out a few more to see what kind of start on a set I can get before the summer hits.
02-22-2013, 02:54 PM #60
2 in today. Happy to see another spring training return.
Drew Pomeranz, c/o Rockies spring training in 44 days.
Ron Cey, c/o home address in 11 days.
Funny story about the Cey return. I received half an envelope with nothing inside a few days ago. It was my handwriting so I knew it was a TTM. I figured it was long gone, but the other half including the 2 cards were in my mailbox this afternoon. Kudos to USPS.