As we remember 9/11 today, I'd also like to pay tribute to Tom Terrific, Lou, Roberto and Jackie.
They were all Heroes.
There doesn't seem to be as many oddballs in the other sports, so when I come across a few I'd
like to show them off.
Here are a couple of Hockey oddballs.
Do Baseball spikes also smell?
A picture from the past, but we still need to say thanks to our first responders.
A non-sports card
Get your wish list in early this year.
Al Kaline was my favorite player. I had an A2000 Al Kaline mitt and my first little league home run was with a 34 Inch Al Kaline bat. My tribute to Al is this card from Tiger Stadium.
The following are some other oddball cards. The first is from a Tigers schedule.
Stroh's, Blatz, Milwaukee's best, Buckeye and Heilman's were all Regional Beers.
Another of my favorite Minor League cards.
I never liked black licorice, but Red Twizzlers were the best.
Tony's daughter says he must hydrate.
And this card is one of the many colorful names that frequent baseball cards.
It's been awhile since my last post. I have been reading all your posts and decided to get back in the game. My favorite cards are oddballs. Bubbles are first, but there are lots of other interesting topics.
Today is Hat Toppers.
Most Hat Toppers are curtesy of autos.
However, once in awhile, you never know.
And we'll finish with the helmet oddballs.
As we remember 9/11 today, I'd also like to pay tribute to Tom Terrific, Lou, Roberto and Jackie. They were all Heroes. A random Topps ...