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    Some one please take this off my hands!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I dont like this card and never have. It was included in a deal I made with another guy. Please just lmk what you think a good BV would be and ill tell you yes or no. It is 2005 Fleer Showcase Carl Crawford auto bat knob. Once again you name the BV

    http://s143.photobucket.com/albums/r...t=100_1552.jpg

    CRAD IS GONE BUT FEEL FREE TO LOOK THROUGH MY BUCKET FOR OTHER THINGS!!!!!!
    Last edited by YummiestBeef; 02-06-2007 at 10:18 PM.

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    hey man lets talk i love that card myself although its not astheticlly pleasing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeans
    hey man lets talk i love that card myself although its not astheticlly pleasing
    What BV are ya thinkin

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    i have no idea man i really dont crawford is a minor star (i wish beckett didnt get rid of the CHART that used to make things so much easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by briguy0216
    chekc ym bucket

    Brian
    didn't see anything I could use right now thanks

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    how about a 2001 Donruss The Rookies Albert Pujols RC for It? One thing though, do you have a picture of the other side of the card? id really like to see it thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylert295
    check my bucket please
    thanks
    can use the Joe mauer auto. PLMK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbeans
    how about a 2001 Donruss The Rookies Albert Pujols RC for It? One thing though, do you have a picture of the other side of the card? id really like to see it thanks
    whats that pujols book. do you have a scan of it. Let me get a scan real quick here

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