Anonymous Collectibles NJ said...

“Let me see if I got this right. You buy low grade

beat up cards and feature them on your blog.

That’s awesome. Totally different than all the

other blogs I have seen featuring the nicest cards.”


1968 Topps
Harmon Killebrew

Do yourself a favor.

After reading this post, log onto eBay and type in "1968 Topps Harmon Killebrew." Buy it.

One in this condition should cost you about $2. One in much better condition about $5.

Take the card, admire it for a few days and then give it to a kid. It doesn't matter if it's a son or grandson, daugher or granddaughter, nephew or niece.

Explain that Harmon Killebrew was one heck of a ballplayer and one of the game's good guys.

Tell them of his 573 home runs, his 13 All-Star appearances and his 1969 MVP season.

Tell them about the time he hit a ball 520-feet in Minnesota or the time he hit a ball over the left field roof at Detroit's Tiger Stadium. Tell them how he was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1984.

And make sure to tell them about his character. That he was a nice guy. That he played fair and with humility.

1 comment:

collectibles pa said...

That whole crop of players were underrated, killebrew also has one of the nicest autographs in my opinion. This isw Kevin from Collectibles NJ by the way. Just opened a site please feel free to stop by and leave a comment as soon as we get some nice articles flowing. Glad to see your still upkeeping this blog.