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Old 06-04-2022, 07:09 PM
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Thanks, gents! Low level homebrew with the box, but it does spruce things up a bit!

I’m kicking around a few ideas once this one is wrapped up, but would prefer allocating my current hobby funds to tracking down these final 14.

1. A “Lefty Louvre” project including all 15 HOF southpaws. Again, no rookies, but a different card for the post-war guys than this Topps era HOF project.

or

2. A pack certified autograph run of every southpaw Cy Young winner (25 total). All but Mike Flanagan have one, I think. Mark Davis might not have one either. Would just get a JSA or PSA/DNA copy for them.

Have enjoyed following this one and look forward to the next! Both of those are great ideas.


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Old 08-10-2022, 06:01 PM
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With today’s arrival, the 70’s are complete.

Card 33:

1974 Steve Carlton




Current Progress: 33/40 (83% complete)













At Large

Bob Feller
Don Drysdale
Hal Newhouser
Jim Bunning
Robin Roberts
Satchel Paige
Whitey Ford
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Enjoying your passion. Awesome Storage Box! Glad you chose the '63 Koufax, but sorry to hear you chose the '58 Ford...the '58 Spahn is a great-looking card...but, hey, looks aren't everything.

Continue on, Sir.


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Enjoying your passion. Awesome Storage Box! Glad you chose the '63 Koufax, but sorry to hear you chose the '58 Ford...the '58 Spahn is a great-looking card...but, hey, looks aren't everything.

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haha…you’re not wrong. The ‘58 Spahn is terrific. Come to think of it, the ‘54 Ford is a nice one too. Guess I could have swapped years for those guys. Just preferred an earlier Spahn, I suppose!

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Thanks to gustomania, I just learned about PSA’s cool digital album feature.

Totally free and non-competitive (unlike their registry).

So, I moved everything over this afternoon. A nice upgrade, IMO!

https://www.psacard.com/psasetregist...nt/album/21532

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After a 7 week hiatus, cards 34 and 35 have arrived.



5 to go:

1952 Robin Roberts
1953 Satchel Paige
1956 Bob Feller
1958 Whitey Ford
1960 Jim Bunning


Updated PSA Album:

https://www.psacard.com/psasetregist...nt/album/21532

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Here's the '58 Ford.

36 down, 4 to go....


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