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Latest Trade Nets 155 Cubs Cards With More Ryno's and Some 1970's

Another Twitter trade is in the books. This latest deal was with Kevin, @soldoutscandal. Our deal swapped 155 San Diego Padres cards for 155 Cubs cards. My package came on Monday and included 10 Ryne Sandberg cards for the “Ryno Count.” All of them are duplicates in my collection, but I do have a limitedContinue reading “Latest Trade Nets 155 Cubs Cards With More Ryno's and Some 1970's”

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Trade Review: Another 364 Chicago Cubs Cards Courtesy of a Twitter Trade

Check off another succesful Twitter trade. The baseball card community on Twitter has been tremendous and will be an asset to collect one million Cubs cards. Andrew Armstrong reached out for a trade and we agreed upon a swap of roughly 400 cards. I sent off a box of Detroit Tigers and a handful ofContinue reading “Trade Review: Another 364 Chicago Cubs Cards Courtesy of a Twitter Trade”

Cubs Convention 2018: Starting It Off With Bill Buckner and Ray Burris at Club 400

Club 400 is a magical place in Lake in the Hills, Illinois. As you drive into the neighborhood the outside looks unassuming. Visitors enter through a garage. It’s a garage. Simple, just like yours and mine. You walk into the mud room. Washer and dryer, just like yours and mine. And then…. You descend uponContinue reading “Cubs Convention 2018: Starting It Off With Bill Buckner and Ray Burris at Club 400”

Cubs Convention 2018 Preview

For the fourth consecutive year, I will be making the trek to Chicago’s downtown Sheraton for the annual Cubs Convention. After a career in radio (no money) and Division I college Athletics (no time), I made a career move that allowed me time each January to attend the convention. Year one was amazing and itContinue reading “Cubs Convention 2018 Preview”