Sases for Sox: Steve Carlton

Over the years I’ve started to really like multi-signed cards. So I sent a couple of cards to HOFer Steve Carlton that feature him with Sox players. I wish he had more Sox cards, and that the ones he does have were nicer. In any case, I’m very happy to add these to the collection. I’ll be sending the Fleer off to Carlton Fisk shortly. Thanks Mr. Carlton!

Send Date: 2/8/21
Receive Date: 3/9/21
Total Days: 29
Items Sent: 2 cards
Items Received: 2 cards
Pen Used: Thin blue (not sure if it’s a Sharpie)
Fee: $40 per card


Roberto Alomar Private Signing

I recently sent in a couple of cards for MAB’s private signing with Roberto Alomar. I’m pleased with how the rookie turned out, but not happy at all with the Donruss Champions card. If there has ever been a set with an obvious place to sign, it’s this set. I’ve never felt the need to label these cards, as it’s just so obvious. And yet, Alomar signed this card in a horrible spot. I guess it’s my fault, but I’m still not very happy. I’ll have to get another one signed in the future.

Best Update EVER!!!

It’s been a while since my last post.  For that, I apologize.  To make it up to you, I present…


I’ll spare you any further buildup.  Here are my new Frank Thomas items… all 14 of them!

First, the multi-signed cards that I finally completed.

Not bad, huh?  How about a few “jumbo” cards, one of which is multi-signed?

Great stuff, right?  Let’s keep going!  How about a baseball?

Okay, just one baseball.  No big deal.  How about 3 16x20s?

16×20 not big enough for you?  Picky, aren’t you?  Fine, here is a 20×24, loaded with inscriptions!

Still not impressed?  Only care about the most premium items?  Well, I guess I can’t satisf… wait, hold on.  What’s this, a jersey?  An authentic World Series jersey?  With 6 inscriptions?  And PSA/DNA authentication?