I've been slowly recovering from whatever made me sick the past day or so. My wife took our daughter to run some errands and go bargain hunting in the Austin area, and I got to hang out at home with Foster. After having a rough first year or so, he's become quite the sweet kid, and in between reading books and watching Ninja Turtles with him (the ones from when I was a kid), he let me have some free time to do some card organizing.
I've been tinkering with my trade list tab on the right side of this blog, and it's been hard to keep up with what I have/don't have. I also am not one to make long, extensive lists of cards that may not interest very many people.
So, today I decided to photograph some of those cards and make it a more "visual" trade spot.
At some point, I'll have to go through and add the cards that I have for trade from 2014 Topps (a pretty decent-sized stack) and a few other sets from last year, but the rest of what's not on there are more team-collector cards (not stars, random sets, etc.).
Anyways, I figure a quick post with minimal commentary will be a good start for the new list today. If you see anything that interests you, leave a comment or shoot me an email. If you have some cool Padres to trade, that's awesome. If not, lemme know, I kind of would like to clear out some space anyways.
Love these Baseball Card Magazine cards, but have no need for these particular ones.
Frank Robinson patch.
A whole bunch of Cal Ripken cards. There are a few more that I couldn't squeeze in as well.
A bunch of Nolan Ryan cards as well.
This is a pretty cool set as well that I thought about keeping as well, but somebody else may appreciate it more. One of the Franklin Caramel sets.
Black bordered Orioles and Rays.
For that Chien-Ming Wang collector in your life.
These are all numbered cards. The Zobrist card is #/75, and I forget what the other two are.
Guys that now play for the team formerly known as the California Angels.
Emeralds from 2013.