This blog is about sports cards. I tend to only purchase cheap items so don't come hear expecting to see big money cards. My teams collections are Chicago White Sox and Michigan Wolverines. I also have a bunch of player collections.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Random PC Card #7

These will probably be about all I post for awhile due to financial issues but hopefully you’ll enjoy these.  The collections have been randomed along with all my memorabilia and autographed cards.


Greg Mathews – 2010 Sage HIT autographs silver #A23

What?  A Michigan Wolverines card here?  I know, I know but I think Dennis would forgive me since it’s for my random card posts.  For those that don’t know, my Michigan stuff is usually posted at “Too Many Manninghams” so check that blog out for a few of my cards and a lot of Dennis’ awesome Maize and Blue cards.

I like getting cards of players that I watched at Michigan and Greg Mathews falls into that category.  He wasn’t the most spectacular receiver in Wolverines history but he was pretty consistent when the ball was thrown his way.  I like the Sage and Press Pass autographs, but that’s mainly because they are always in college uniforms.

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The collections that can be represented are the following.  Tier 1 are my main concentration and Tier 2 and 3, I’ll pick up here and there after I start buying cards again.

Tier 1 - Paul Konerko collection, Luis Aparicio collection, Billy Williams collection, Tom Seaver collection, Dave Dravecky collection, Mike Hart collection.

Tier 2 – Jim Abbott collection, Mark Buehrle collection, Joe Credecollection, Carlton Fisk collection, Chris Getz collection, Shoeless Joe Jackson collection, Michael Jordan collection, Barry Larkin collection,Bill Melton collection, AJ Pierzynski collection, Chris Salecollection.

Tier 3 – Johnny Bench collection, Steve Carlton collection, Gary Cartercollection, Cal Ripken jr collection, Mike Schmidt collection, Hoyt Wilhelm collection, Wilbur Wood collection, Carl Yastrzemski collection, Ryan Zimmerman collection.

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