It’s always sweet when a package arrives from resident Ryan McMahon super collector, @socalhobbyclub. The Buffalo, New York resident sent another package of Cubs goodies, and Richard in Brooklyn also sent some Cubs baseball cards my way.
Once again, I was surprised with a Cubs baseball card package from Andy. He broke some 2019 Topps Heritage and sent some sweet Cubs hits my way.
A Javier Baez Clubhouse Collection relic.
Look at this. I was actually flipping through the stack of cards a little too quickly and almost did not recognize this action variation of Anthony Rizzo.
He pulled a hot box and got three purple refractors including Jon Lester, Javier Baez, and Anthony Rizzo.
Then…some hits from 2019 Topps Pro Debut. If things slow down this winter I may order a couple boxes of Topps Pro Debut because it’s a cool product and I never buy any. Here’s a Brennen Davis green parallel numbered 30/99.
Miguel Amaya green autograph! Wow! This Amaya autograph is numbered 73/99.
A really cool, unexpected package and I’ve been stashing any Ryan McMahon cards for Andy.
The second package was also from New York. Unlike Andy’s package from Buffalo, Richard sent cards from Brooklyn. New York, New York. Richard’s package had a nice mix of Cubs including Kris Bryant, Javier Baez, Willson Contreras, and more.
One Million Cubs Project Stats
Saturday’s (10/5/2019) Cards: 66
Saturday’s (10/5/2019) Packages: 2
January’s Cubs Count: 9,343
February’s Cubs Count: 8,980
March’s Cubs Count: 15,704
April’s Cubs Count: 11,651
May’s Cubs Count: 7,273
June’s Cubs Count: 7,690
July’s Cubs Count: 10,803
August’s Cubs Count: 11,929
September’s Cubs Count: 9,127
October’s Cubs Count: 2,467
Total Trades/Donations: 257
Trade States of Origin:
New Hampshire (2)
New Jersey (13)
New Mexico (3)
New York (25)
North Carolina (6)
Rhode Island (2)
South Carolina (2)
West Virginia (7)
Countries of Origin