My open desk space is rapidly disappearing thanks to a seemingly endless supply of new cardboard being sent my way by other bloggers and trade partners. I'm starting to wonder if I'll ever get caught up, and also starting to worry that I don't have enough trade fodder lying around to return the favor to all of these generous folks.
A Blog to Be Named Later before I could even finish posting the contents of the first. I posted the first portion of Chris' first package at the beginning of this month, let's finish off the balance of it.
Today's theme is a "tour of the Pacific", as Chris hooked me up with a ton of Pacific cards from around the turn of the century. I've mentioned this before, but nearly all of these sets are foreign to me as I was in high school/college at the time and not paying the least bit of attention to sports cards.
Those are just some of the great Pacific cards that came my way in that last envelope from Chris. As I alluded to at the outset of the post, Chris actually hooked me up with yet another stuffed bubble mailer a week or two ago.
Chris, thank you for taking the time to send me both of these jam-packed and very thoughtful bubble mailers. These two packages introduced me to so many great sets, and were an absolute blast to go through. I certainly owe you some cards; I haven't forgotten.
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:*...