Looking for 2011 Topps Marquee Museum autographs, rare Frank Thomases, and any Grady Sizemores I don't have
Mike....what happened to u? ; ) Best regards, David
Losted in Space, on Gilligian's island without a boat, can't get back into Narnia, struck in a time machine!
Topps should have made it an awkward young looking batboy pic like the original '69 card.
The Trout card just looks like the wrong picture of a real player. This could have been a great card mirroring a famous error, but they screwed it up.
Set builder, autograph hunter and fan of the Texas Rangers & '50s-'60s Yankees
Anyone know who's in the photo? My first guess was Rene Rivera, but I think that's wrong...
Currently Collecting: Nomar Garciaparra, Nolan Ryan, Vintage and Modern Angels
Terribly Out of Date Photobucket
In my opinion, paying tribute would be to make it a regular card. An uncorrected error, like the original. But let me guess, it is not an uncorrected error, it is some ridiculously hard to get SSP card and there is probably a "corrected" version that is way easier to get? Meh...more gimmicks that I have lost interest in over time.
Mariano Rivera Super Collector. Always buying rare Mo's - PSA's, Auto's, Patches, Printing Plates, or any other rare Mo's. I PAY MORE THAN ANYONE FOR MARIANO'S I NEED.
good news is the 1969 Rodriguez is plentiful and reasonably priced (I have one in my collection) while the "Trout" one is expensive and lame that I'm not going to chase it.
That was my thought - with Auerelio Rodriguez, many didn't know the difference. Doing it with a marquee player makes it less desirable in my mind.
Looks like $150-200 these days.
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