Tommy’s signature is no longer recognizable. It’s always been sloppy but that is a shame, especially for a $20 donation!Already had both on other cards:
Rick Cerone on a 1983 Fleer card, signed in blue sharpie, sent to his home on 4/16/21.
26 Ocean Terrace Apt 2B Long Beach, NJ 07740
Tommy John on a 1987 Donruss DK Card ($20 fee), signed in blue sharpie, sent to his home on 4/16/21.
82435 Stradivari Rd. Indio, CA 92203-3826
I am really clueless on prospects these days, unless they happen to be Dodgers. I'll have to educate myself to see what an expensive purchase means in current Yankee-speak! I hope it is not Judge territory. Sorry you are having to shell out big bucks for unproven players. i suppose it is the game we all play though and congrats on locking one in regardless. Hopefully he follows with a solid career that won't make this one of those stories later down the road that you can only nervously laugh about.