A Trade By Any Other Name Would Still Be A HOF Trade

Some trades just seem to fall together well, and this recent one with Spastikmooss at The Great Sports Name HOF is a great example.  It started with this plea to take a Paul Molitor Screenplay tin off his hands, and after skimming through each other’s wantlists and throwing a few prospective cards at each other via email, we both ended up pleased with our booty.


clockwise, from top left: 2003 Topps Bowman Draft Picks #BDP148 Joe Mauer; 1997 Topps Screenplays Paul Molitor; 2002 Topp Bowman Draft Picks #BDP20 Denard Span; 2008 Topps Chrome Xfractor #9 Joe Mauer

There were a handful of base cards I needed, an O-Pee-Chee stickerback, and what’s now my first Chrome Xfractor card. I didn’t really need to scan the Molitor Screenplay again, but I wanted to see if I could do it better than the GSNHOF scan 😉 (the action on that card is awesome!)


clockwise, from top left: 1997 Kenner Starting Lineup #19 Paul Molitor; 1997 Pacific Collections #137 Denny Hocking, doing a poor imitation of Mollie; 1989 O-Pee-Chee Star Sticker stickerback #30 Frank Viola; 1997 Fleer Ultra #92 Dan Naulty

I definitely look forward to trading with Spastikmooss again sometime in the future.

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One response to “A Trade By Any Other Name Would Still Be A HOF Trade

  1. Haha nice scan…looks way better up close.

    Glad you liked what you got!

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