Mad Dog,Sep 14 2013 wrote: This first one goes out to E. I can send you a Score card if you want to try your luck...
Yeah, that's impressive. Did you send c/o the Broncos? I've seen other people mention that he's better-than-average with this type of stuff.
I don't have any extra Manning cards (even from the Colts), so if you can spare a Broncos one, please send!
Oh, and BOOO to getting Mike Harden on a Raiders card. You should sent it to Steve Largent (who knocked the living snot out of Harden as a payback for an earlier hit, circa 1987).
Picked up cheap 8x10's with COAs for Louie Wright
and Mike Anderson
, at a local dealer last week ($5 each). Used $1 store frames and added them to my Wall. I used to replace my Ebenezer Ekuban and Tatum Bell 8x10s. First time I had paid for an autograph since 1999. But at that price, I couldn't pass it up. The 8x10s cost just as much, if not more.
Took me almost nine years, but I finally got Matt Holliday
on a sweet-spot autographed ball, last night at Coors Field. Right after the national anthem and on the visitors side tarp. Surprisingly, he didn't drop the ball I handed to him (**hey-ohh**rimshot).
He also signed for some fans above the dug-out during BP. About the only Cardinal who did. That area and time-frame (tarp, right after the anthem) has been the best for me, this year. Going early during BP has been a waste, this season.
Jose Oquendo signed for one uber-Cards fan, then stopped to look around to see if anybody else wanted him... but nobody did. I would've, but I was about 4 sections away.
Didn't even try the Rockies side, since there was a mob for Todd Helton, who signed about 20-30. Charlie Blackmon was the only other player who hung around, signing for everybody who wanted.