The first 2 player collections we both collect so I'm sure these are all dupes for him.
These 6 Ripken cards were all new to me and put that collection at 321 cards. I actually thought I had a couple of them but according to my records (which is always accurate, yeah right!) I don't.
These 3 Johnny Bench stickers put that collection at 68 cards. I love these stickers because I used to buy and stick these in the Topps albums that you can buy when I was a kid.
These were great additions because I don't get to add to many to the Billy Williams collection. I assumed there would at least be 1 Billy Williams in the 100 years of Wrigley set but I hadn't actually seen one yet. They are nice cards, I like the sign with the ivy, I'd like it more if I was a Cubs fan but I could see a fan really loving that set. These 2 cards put that collection at 64 cards.
Dennis also hit my Gary Carter collection with this Tribute card. I don't get to see to many of those considering everything I buy is a quarter or less. This Carter puts that collection at 102 cards.
He even managed to hit the White Sox collection with this autograph of Bobby Howry. I remember him being a decent reliever back in the days before our last World Series.
The 2nd autograph that he sent me was a Michigan auto of Will Johnson. This card is from 2009 and is my first auto of Will.
These 4 cards are all starter to each player collection. I don't know that De'Veon will have to many cards in the pros. Taco Charlton should as he was a very good DE but we'll see if he sticks somewhere, plus, you know defensive players don't get to many cards to begin with. I fully expect Jake Butt to have some pro cards so this 2 card head start on his career is a nice step.
As always, a big thank you to Dennis for the cards and for the great seats on Saturday.