A couple of weeks back I got an email from Dave & Adam's Card World letting me know they were having a sale, and since I had a few minutes I decided to check it out. While I didn't find any boxes or other unopened modern product that caught my eye, there were two cards in their vintage singles section (one baseball, one hockey) that I was highly interested in and thought were priced more than fairly.
Tonight I present the first, HOFer Alex Delvecchio:
Alex Delvecchio is one of those guys that from my point of view seems to get slightly less hobby respect than some of his contemporaries. I'm not really sure why given that he was a member of three Stanley Cup winning teams, and that when he retired he was second in career games played, assists and points.
How cheap? I paid $10. Yup, I'd call that a bargain!
no. 727 - ray lamb - *Who is the man: *Ray Lamb pitched 35 games in relief for the Dodgers in 1970, going 6-1. He was traded to the Indians in December 1970. *Can ya dig it:*...