Looking at the task I have ahead of me, getting my collection "somewhat" straightened out is going to require a lot of hours. This next week I am on vacation, and part of that time is going to be spent trying to get cards in order.
7 days to get this mess in order? Fat chance. But hey, if I can get some of it out of the way (the spare bed right now is covered in binders for starters) then I'll consider the week a success.
I found one binder so old it had Pittsburgh Steeler cards in it. I haven't actively pursued football cards in years....
Anyhow, I'll keep posting the SNI cards on here for the foreseeable future until I get some semblance of order in my chaotic card world. At least I can find the SNI binders!
Page 10, coming at ya...
Card #82: Matt Garza, 2009 Topps Finest #82/399. Courtesy of Simon from the 7 Hours from Tampa Bay blog. Tampa Bay card #3
Card #83: Carl Crawford, 2010 Topps T206 chrome #83/999. Purchased at a card show in western PA. Tampa Bay card #4
Card #84: Chance Cisco, 2013 Bowman blue #84/500. Courtesy of Alex from the Chavez Ravining blog. Baltimore card #5
Card #85: Austin Kearns, 2004 Topps gold #85/2004. Courtesy of Jim from the GCRL blog (retired). Cincinnati card #3
Card #86: Brett Kay, 2002 Topps Chrome #86/100. Purchased at a card show in western PA. New York Mets card #1
Card #87: Stephen Strasburg, 2011 Bowman blue #87/500. Courtesy of Dennis from the Too Many Verlanders blog. Washington card #2
Card #88: Adam Stern, 2003 Topps gold #88/2003. Courtesy of the Sandlot cards blog. Atlanta card #7
Card #89: Rashun Dixon, 2010 Bowman orange #89/250. Courtesy of the I collect ball cards blog.
Oakland card #3
Card #90: Russell Martin, 2011 Topps Chrome atomic refractor #90/225. I actually do remember pulling this card out of a 25 cent box at a card show! New York Yankees card #2
The Mets are finally on the board, leaving just the Pirates as the only team without a card shown in the first 10 pages. The Pirates actually end up being the only team without a card in the first 100 cards of the set.
Still a long way to go and a lot of posts to ensure that the SNI set is up to date and accurate, because my record keeping got a little shoddy (insert your own SH word here if you like..) and also because I need some posting material until I get back into the game.
thanks for reading, Robert