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Saturday, April 2, 2016

February Additions - Chris Sale Collection

This months pick-ups come from
  1. Jimmy at S.Mack Talk
  2. Ray at All Cardinals All the Time
  3. Sluggo (my cousin)
  4. JustCommons.com
  5. COMC.com
  6. LCS - Media Madhouse
  7. LCS - Just Cards
  8. Ebay
  9. Packs
I missed posting yesterday because I headed up to Ann Arbor for the Spring Game and being a night game this year, I didn't get home until after midnight. I also met up with Dennis and hung out during the game and swapped some cards.

I'm hoping to get all my March stuff scanned today, especially since it was snowing this morning and I have no more plans of going out. I only have one more post of February pick-ups which is all the more reason to get my other stuff scanned for March.

I've randomed and todays selection are going to the Chris Sale Collection
Dennis usually send me some White Sox cards with his packages and he even managed to hit a player collection with this one.


2015 Donruss ($.20)
2015 Topps ($.14)
2015 Topps Update ($.20)
2012 Panini Prizm ($.25)
2014 Topps Allen & Ginter's ($.25)
Added these 5 cards for just over a buck to the Chris Sale Collection.


2013 Topps Allen & Ginter's ($.30)
2013 Bowman Platinum Cutting Edge Stars ($.30)
2014 Panini Classics ($.40)
3 more cards for an even buck.


2013 Topps All-Star Stitches ($3)
 I also grabbed a relic of Sale from a LCS I've found.

I usually manage to grab some Sale cards as he is one of the more favorite Sox players but I still think he is underrated as far as the fans go. The MLB has taken note as well as the card manufactures of the type of player he is but I still don't think the fans give him enough love. Which is fine by me, because it keeps his card priced lower.

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