Since Monday brought me ten packages, I didn’t expect to come home to a package in my mailbox on Tuesday, but I did. Steven in Connecticut sent 29 Cubs cards.
On top was a graded Mark Prior rookie card. It’s a Beckett 8.5 of Prior’s 2001 Fleer Platinum. I always enjoy receiving graded cards in trade because I don’t typically seek them out as a buyer unless it’s vintage.
He also sent a bunch of 2019 Topps.
Including a Kyle Schwarber silver pack refractor.
And an Anthony Rizzo silver pack refractor from 2018 Topps.
SP Legendary Cuts is such a classic set. Here’s a Hack Wilson from 2006.
By the way, check out this neat picture of Hack Wilson. This was tweeted out by Baseball History Nut, who tweets a lot of vintage photos.
Did someone say vintage? Here’s a 1968 Topps Joe Niekro, and I don’t believe this was in my collection.
Would you look at this beauty. Javier Baez 2017 Topps Tier 1 numbered 276/340. This is nice!
One Million Cubs Project Stats
Tuesday’s (2/5/2019) Cards: 29
Tuesday’s (2/5/2019) Packages: 1
January’s Cubs Count: 9,343
February’s Cubs Count: 4,530
Total Trades/Donations: 42
Trade States of Origin: Arkansas, California (3), Connecticut (4), Illinois (5), Maryland, Massachusetts (2), Minnesota, New Jersey (4), New York (5), North Carolina (2), Ohio (3), Pennsylvania (2), Tennessee (2), Texas (2), Washington, Wisconsin (4).