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Old 04-28-2008, 06:28 PM
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Default I think I'm going to bid on a T3 Home Run Baker

Posted By: plifter

I've been itching for a T3 cabinet for a while. I think this looks incredibly good for a 2. What do you think?






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Old 04-28-2008, 06:41 PM
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Default I think I'm going to bid on a T3 Home Run Baker

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Nice looking card. Go for it.

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Posted By: jeffdrum

Has long been one of my favorites. Would be even better if it was actually him on the card! Go for it!

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Posted By: Harry Wallace (HW)

That is a decent looking card for a 2.

You do know that the player pictured is not Frank Baker. I think that it is Jack Barry. Sort of a bummer in my book, especially if this is going to be your lone type example.

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It would look much better RAW!

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Posted By: plifter

I did not realize that they got the picture wrong! I'll factor that into how much I bid on it. Thanks for sharing that info with me!

And to the poster that made the comment about it looking better raw, I won't disagree with you. However, the plastic slab is good for protecting it. I don't really care about the "official" grade on it, I just want one that looks good.

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