As we are in the holiday season (start of December counts for me - even if September seems to count for the big box stores) it only seems appropriate to has some greenery appear...
It seems to be that the card is considered, for team purposes, a Blue Jays card, so it will be put into my collection as such. It is great to add to my collection, and being O Pee Chee - probably harder to find versus the Topps version (not ridiculously hard, but maybe a little more scarce.
Enver is not a player I know by name. Looking him up, he player a few years in the NHL before heading to the KHL around 2010.
The first two are my favs of these. Always liked Daryl Strawberry, even if things didn't work out for him personally - enjoyed him playing the game. Also, any pre 1986 or so hockey cards will get my nod, so happy to pick up the Dionne, even with the ugly Kings uniforms.
Not a big fan of the Legends design on the 09-10 O Pee Chee - personally preferred the prior year better.
Nothing to speak of here other than the couple nice McDonalds dupes.
Through 5540 cards:
|- Complete 2003-04 SP Authentic Basketball (90 card pure base)|
|- 3 Complete 2007-08 UD McDonald's Hockey Checklist Subsets (6 cards)|
|- 1973-74 O-Pee-Chee Hockey #30 Bobby Orr (All-Star)|
|- 2004-05 Upper Deck Legends Classics Platinum Hockey #64 Marcel Dionne 06/10|
|- 2007-08 Topps 1957-58 Variations Basketball #112 Kevin Durant (Rookie)|
|Inserts / Var Kept||161||24|
|Doubles Inserts / Var||62||1||66||67|
Tony Fernandez also played for the Reds..ReplyDelete
He ended up with four separate tours with the Jays.
Yes, and the 4 tours is the most for anyone as a Jay I believe.Delete