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  1. A Teen's Journey Through Collecting Autographs

    May 8th-14th
    Had a long streak of no TTMs, but finally received the 12th Rusty Greer, I had given up on it previously. The next day Jon Lieber came in through the mail I was wondering what took so long?
  2. A Teen's Journey Through Collecting Autographs

    May 1st-7th 2014
    My first TTM in May was Calvin "Pokey" Reese, he signed both of the cards I sent him, even though I offered 1. May 3rd I got back Dan Majerle although he didn't send back with my protector, luckily it wasn't damaged. Scott Hamilton the ice skater sent back my card back really fast. I gave it to my mom for Mother's Day since she likes Scotty Hamilton. and finally Greg Gagne who inscribed it with John 3:16. The fifth I receved this time as a success Clyde Lovellette. ...

    Updated 06-01-2014 at 02:51 PM by Calebssportscards

  3. A Teen's Journey Through Collecting Autographs

    April 25th-30th 2014
    Not much came I only had 2 TTMs come in the mail. Ed McCaffrey, and Gary Nolan. Ed McCaffrey only lives an hour from me so I sent to him since I missed him back in 2005 at an in person signing. Gary Nolan was a nice one to get back too. He signed a 1970 Topps.
  4. A Teen's Jounrey Through Collecting Autographs

    April 17th-24th 2014
    This week of April was a really good one for me. I received the 17th Claude Osteen, Lindy McDaniel, Jim Perry, and Bob Dandridge [signed in pen]. Received a RTS of Clyde Lovelette but it had the other address which I sent the next time. Also got a Jim Dickson autographed index card from Ebay that same day.
    On the 18th I received a RTS for Cazzie Russell, that was two RTS in a row, bummer. They said there was no person by that name there, so I tried it now people ...
  5. A Teen's Journey Through Collecting Autographs

    April 13th 2014
    I know it's Sunday, but a friend found a card on my front porch, the mail man delivered it to the wrong address. It was Mike Lieberthal. I was wondering if I was going to get that one. Well, that's always good to know your mail service could be losing your cards and giving them to other people.
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