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Thread: Sending my First TTM

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    Sending my First TTM

    So I have been intriguided, and honestly a bit jealous, of some other TTM autos I have seen some of you guys pull in. I sent my first out today to my childhood baseball idol Chris Sabo. I plan on doing several more over the course of the next week. I'll update to see how it goes.

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    Best of Luck it will be addictive
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    Good luck, and I will second Camsue's statement - it can become addictive.

    Look forward to hearing of your successes!
    Building Topps sets from 1969 to the present. Always looking for Puckett cards.

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    wantlists updated, new player tradelists added.
    http://www.katester44.webs.com/

    Kirby Puckett havelist:
    https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...sH&hl=en#gid=0

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    Thirded, if that's a word.

    Good luck with Sabo, I'm 0/2 with him.
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    There should be a 12 Step program for Ttm collecting!!
    "For nothing will be impossible for God" ~ Luke 1:37

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    Well, I am finally getting back to everyone. Since I started this thread, I have sent out approximately 161 letters/cards and received 102 of them back. You guys were 100% correct when you said that TTM can be addicting. I have felt like a kid collecting again and it has brought a lot of joy for me within the hobby. Once I can figure out how to post pictures again, I will show some of my better returns. Thank you all for the encouragement. -Josh

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    Quote Originally Posted by kycardkid View Post
    Well, I am finally getting back to everyone. Since I started this thread, I have sent out approximately 161 letters/cards and received 102 of them back. You guys were 100% correct when you said that TTM can be addicting. I have felt like a kid collecting again and it has brought a lot of joy for me within the hobby. Once I can figure out how to post pictures again, I will show some of my better returns. Thank you all for the encouragement. -Josh
    Wow! You didn't dip your toe in, you went cannonballing in the deep end! Glad you have been getting some returns back!
    Building Topps sets from 1969 to the present. Always looking for Puckett cards.

    Bench User Page has my most wanted and trade lists for 2011/12 Topps

    wantlists updated, new player tradelists added.
    http://www.katester44.webs.com/

    Kirby Puckett havelist:
    https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...sH&hl=en#gid=0

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