Card-ography #6 – Mike Montgomery

It’s been a little more than a month since I’ve added to this series, and I have quite a few autographs from my player collections to show off. I don’t have an autograph of everyone (looking at you Bryant and Rizzo, among others), and I think a couple of the relievers have no certified autos […]

Card-ography #5 – Tony Gwynn

Welcome to Part 5. I missed the recent Blog Bat Around focusing on autographs and building a team with the signatures in their collection. I honestly don’t have enough autographs to make that workable anyway (unless I were to draw from pack pulled stuff I have sitting around that I haven’t sold or traded yet). […]

Card-ography #4 – Carlos Marmol

How about this blast from the past? Part 3 of this feature came 4 years after the first two. Now, #4 comes back into the fold over two years after that. Crazy how time flies when you have insufficient time to blog. I have quite a few autographs in my collection now, so I hope […]

Card-ography #3 – Ryan Dempster

Who’s ready for a reboot of a feature that hasn’t appeared on this blog in over 4 years?

Even after having a hand in the case-breaking world, Autographed cards still fascinate me. Allow me to explain with this series introduction from the early days of the blog. To see the other parts of the series, […]

Card-ography #2 – Rich Hill

I meant to make this a more regular feature on the blog, but it kind of slipped away from me a little bit.

Anyway, let’s delve into the world of Autographed cards with this episode of Card-ography, the second in a series.

Now that I’m back into collecting, one of the biggest surprises greeting me […]

Card-ography

Autographs.

There used to be a time when opening a pack of cards and finding an autograph inside was something you only heard about on the playground. It never really happened, even if Tomothy’s brother’s best-friend’s cousin’s neighbor swears he saw it with his own eyes.

When I left the hobby, autographs were starting to […]