Mother Nature guaranteed that the 2016 season for the Boston Red Sox (and by extension the career of David Ortiz) would last at least one more day with today's rain-out. I'll be at Fenway tomorrow evening, but not for the baseball game. I'll be seeing Kaleo in concert across the street at the House of Blues. Hopefully Clay Buchholz and the gang can at least force a game 4 while I'm enjoying an evening of live rock music.
Alright, onto Signature Sundays. Tonight I've got an autograph of a really obscure name from Red Sox history, pitcher Bill Spanswick:
He returned to the minors for the 1965 season and would never pitch an inning in Major League Baseball again. The one season wonder that was Bill Spanswick seems like an odd choice for Topps to have included in the 2014 Heritage set as a 'Real One Autograph', but as a fan of the lesser known players in the Red Sox past I'm glad they did!
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