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Monday, March 2, 2009

I am having excellent luck with the Topps patches so far

After pulling the really nice looking Tom Seaver patch on my first Topps blaster, this is what I got out of the second:

Yep, that's the Schmidt I was drooling over on the checklist. The best third baseman ever and a White Sox All-Star patch. Now I'm intrigued to find out what all these patches are. Thorzul just pulled a Braves patch on A Pack A Day. I'm going to try to put together a checklist of these things this week with the subject and the patch. If anyone has pulled one, I'd be interested to find out what you got. If you want to send me an image, I'll put together a gallery of the things.

7 comments:

handcollated said...

Here's a list of all the patches and players:

http://cardboardproblem.blogspot.com/2009/02/more-to-2009-topps.html

That should cut down on some of the work for you...

stusigpi said...

Best hitting, maybe. Brooks Robinson, best ever

White Sox Cards said...

More evidence points to me getting a blaster soon. Nice patch pulls!

dayf said...

I knew I had seen a checklist before! That has the patch listed too, thanks handcollated!

Brooks Robinson: best fielding, maybe. Schmidt, best ever.

paulsrandomstuff said...

The patch checklist is a lot nicer than the one for the relic cards they were sticking in last year.

Matt said...

I like that Schmidt, I really do. That said, as a Phillies fan, I wish it was an '80 WS patch instead of the '83 AS game.

capewood said...

I agree with Matt. But which ever, I wish I had it!