The Storm Before The Calm

Until some trades come home to roost, here are some more pickups and swap booty. Still lots of trade material here.

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clockwise, from top left: 2004 Topps Retired Signatures #TA-TB Tom Brunansky (auto uncirculated); 2001 Fleer Autographics Corey Koskie (auto); 2004 Upper Deck Reflections Gold #102 Colby Miller [138/250] (auto); 2001 Fkeer Autographics Corey Koskie (auto); 1999 Upper Deck MVP ProSign #ML Mike Lincoln (auto); 2005 Upper Deck SP Authentic #166 Scott Baker [055/185] (auto)

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clockwise, from top left: 2005 Topps Pristine Legends Leading Indicators #TO Tony Oliva (bat); 2007 Topps Updates & Highlights #HR-JS Johan Santana (jersey); 2004 Leaf Certified Materials Mirror White Fabric #175 Shannon Stewart [181/200] (jersey); 2005 Donruss Diamond Kings Materials Framed Blue #129 Jacque Jones [19/50] (bat&jersey); 2001 Bowman Draft Picks Futures #GB Grant Balfour (jersey); 2007 Upper Deck Artifacts Antiquity Artifacts #AA-FL Francisco Liriano [077/199] (jersey); 2009 Upper Deck UD X #UDXJ-CU Michael Cuddyer (jersey); 2003 Topps Bazooka Piece of Americana #CG Cristian Guzman (jersey)

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clockwise, from top left: 1997 Upper Deck SP Top Prospects Limited Edition #JJ Jacque Jones (auto); 2005 Playoff Absolute Memorabilia Spectrum Gold #150 Lew Ford [32/50] (auto); 2008 Bowman Chrome Draft Picks & Prospects Refractor Blue #BDPP113 Carlos Gutierrez [024/150] (auto); 2007 Bowman Sterling Refractor #BS-KS Kevin Slowey [094/199] (auto); 2008 Upper Deck SPx Rookie Signatures Silver #124 Jose Morales (auto); 2008 SPx Rookie Signatures #124 Jose Morales (auto); 2004 Donruss Studio #208 Jason Bartlett [483/500] (auto); 2009 Bowman Chrome Prospects Refractor Blue #BCP124 Bobby Lanigan [001/150] (auto)

2 responses to “The Storm Before The Calm

  1. Andrew Quillen

    Interesting that the two Jose Morales signatures look considerably different. I know not everyone has a consistent signature (I don’t), but most ballplayers have done it so much that it pretty much always comes out the same.

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