Thursday brought in a package from Brian in Los Angeles. Some Cubs goodies were inside and I’ll be compiling a package of Dodgers to send back to California.
Some 2019 Stadium Club Cubs with parallels. Albert Almora base with a blue foil parallel.
Anthony Rizzo base and a sepia parallel.
Bryzzo checks in. A pair of 2019 Topps Home Run Challenge cards of Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo. I am very bad at entering codes for these home run challenge cards. Typically I put them in my eBay store as a buy it now and then forget about them until it’s too late.
Last year, I did catch it on time and entered six codes on the last day of the season. I did hit on Charlie Blackmon and received the special card they send. I wasn’t as fortunate in 2019 and let several codes expire.
These Topps 1984 inserts are cool. Ernie Banks and Anthony Rizzo.
Vintage Fergie. A 1971 Topps Fergie Jenkins. This design will be featured in a few months when 2020 Topps Heritage is released.
I’m not as high on the 1971 design as I am as the 1972 Topps design.
And look at this. I love it. Javier Baez 2019 Topps Heritage Chrome refractor numbered 116/570.
One Million Cubs Project Stats
Thursday’s (10/24/2019) Cards: 61
Thursday’s (10/24/2019) Packages: 1
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: 13,984
Total Trades/Donations: 274
Trade States of Origin:
New Hampshire (2)
New Jersey (14)
New Mexico (3)
New York (26)
North Carolina (6)
Rhode Island (2)
South Carolina (2)
West Virginia (7)
Countries of Origin