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    Anyone have Sam Lecure?

    I am looking for the hard to get stuff from Sam Lecure. He came up with the Reds and now is in the Dodgers system. I have most base and medium hard things but I would like to pick up some of the Printing plates and lower numbered cards. I would also like to pick up more of his certified auto card. Plus anything oddball like stadium giveaways (Khan's, Thompson Plumbing, ect) and I still need some minor league cards.

    Please let me know what you have and what you are looking for. Thanks
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    Collecting Tom Henke, Joe Crede, Dennis Higgins, Sam Lecure, Albert Pujols, Lou Brock and Keith Hernandez


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    I am very curious......What is a Cardinal fan doing collecting a Red.....I mean ex-Red. That would highly be frowned upon.........We (Cinci folk, do not like Cardinals.....any of them ). I'd imagine it's the same for "you" people as well
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    PC wants: Looking for Eugenio Suarez(Tigers/Reds), A.J. Green (Bengals) rookies and autos.

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    I live in Sam's the hometown and we went to the same high school (albeit many years apart). I used to play softball with his uncle. Being from the same town is also why I collect Tom Henke, Joe Crede and Dennis Higgins. As far as "us" people not liking the Reds I suppose that would be the case if we paid you any mind.

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    ha ha, nice :), you can't ever ignore "us" :)

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    Come on guys and gals, someone has these cards and I want them.

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