So taking a week away from all things card-related (all things computer related too for that matter) was really nice. In fact, it was so nice that when I got back from Ireland I decided to take another week away from cards. No blog posts, no card purchases, no browsing eBay, nothing. It was long overdue. I think the fact that the Red Sox totally suck, combined with what seems like a certain lengthy delay (at best) to the start of the 2012-13 NHL season, has made this break relatively easy to bear.
Plenty happened while I was gone, though. One of my favorite Red Sox personalities of all-time, Johnny Pesky, passed away. The team also shed more than $250 million in payroll in one of the more remarkable "trades" I've seen pulled off in my lifetime. I'm starting to feel my interest towards the hobby slowly creep back, but I'm still not all the way there yet, so for today I'm going to wade back into the blogging waters with a simple, one card post. Continuing my recent trend of acquiring 1964 Topps baseball cards, here's the latest addition to my collection from that set:
Johnny Pesky manager card from the same set.
At some point I'd like to add a vintage Berra from his playing days. 1953 Topps would be the obvious choice since I'm working on that set, but I've seen a couple of other great ones as well, most notably 1950 Bowman. Any suggestions?
Parkhurst Project Card 37: Mr. Hockey - If there was ever a fire and my family was safe and I could go and grab one item, this might be it for me. I have made it very clear 1951 Parkhurst is my f...