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Hello. Can anyone help me track down a couple of retired baseball players, please?
I almost have a complete set of baseballs signed by every member of the 1989 World Series roster Oakland A's, but I am missing 4 autographs and I do not know where to look for them. Ebay has plenty of signed cards, but I am only looking for signed baseballs.
I am searching for the following...
Stan Javier (OF)
Todd Burns (P)
Mike Moore (P)
Anybody know chuck bednairks through the mail auto address if ther is one
- Topps Black #16 #/53
- Topps Total #427 Black Border #/50
- Topps Total #427 Gold Border
-Donruss Classis Timeless Tributes
1. Gold #/25
2. Platinum #/10
- Playoff Prestige Xtra Points #39 Green #/50
(Look for # variations, #/50 & #/100)
- Score Black #66 #/6
- Score Gold #66 #/600 XXXX
- Score Red #66 #/120
- Topps Total Gold #306
- Topps Turkey
Every year I set a goal to organize better, and every year I take another (small) step closer. This year I finally got all my complete Red Sox team sets cataloged. So wha do I consider complete? All the cards issued in the base (or parallel) set. That includes variations, autographs, & memorabilia cards. In cases where auto letters (2009- 2010 Finest for example) I only count having 1 letter as complete. So, what have I got then, now that I've tallied it up?
2303 Complete Team
Updated 03-22-2016 at 04:28 PM by scottzoe
Sitting at his kitchen table in early 1952, Sy Berger designed a masterpiece.
Baseball card collectors have benefited from his artistry ever since. And Sunday, collectors lost the “father of modern day baseball cards.”
Seymour P. “Sy” Berger, the iconic Topps employee known as the “father of modern day baseball cards,” died early Sunday at his home in Rockville Center, New York, said baseball historian Marty Appel, a friend and former public relations man for Topps