After years of getting screwed by card companies, coupled with a background in desktop publishing, I awoke one morning with the bright idea of designing my own cards. For your viewing pleasure, here they are!
Well, that wasn't much, was it? At least if the Yankees had to win it, Hideki Matsui was the MVP. A class act indeed. For years I've wished the Tigers would've signed him.
So that puts the 2009 baseball season to bed, but we're just getting warmed up at RobbyT Cards. Later this month we'll debut the 2009 Stat Leader Cards and probably do a little something for the 2009 Season Awards as well. I'm hoping to fill in the blanks of the long offseason with a team by team look a the cards I've done over the last two years of all the teams that didn't make the postseason, hopefully with an interesting anecdote or two thrown in for good measure. Hopefully.
With football in full force, the first every RobbyT NFL cards will be arriving shortly too!
Thanks to everybody who's stopped by and checked out the cards! It's been a lot of fun!!
I'll keep this one short and sweet, but what a Series Chase Utley is having. With that phantastic performance in Game 5, the Phillies are still alive and now the Series moves back to New York. Hopefully the Phillies can keep the Series going as this one is shaping up to be one of the most memorable Fall Classics in quite sometime.
But the last two games have had plenty of highlights.
A Rod's replay assisted HR.
Jayson Werth's 2 HR game.
Pettitte's RBI single.
But I've just about lost all interest in this series. I'll watch it, because when it's over there won't be anymore until next spring, but you can bet if the Yankees win it I'll turn it off within seconds of the last out being made.
Collector of cardboard, vintage 80's music, and fitted Tigers caps that no longer fit. Back in Tennessee again, by way of Arkansas, California, Florida, Spain, Florida again, Michigan, Maine, Tennessee, North Carolina, Tennessee again, Mississippi, Tennessee again, Illinois, Florida again, Tennessee again, Florida again, California again, and finally Tennessee (again). Winner of the 2020 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and some day third baseman for the Harry Chiti All-Stars. Ladies and Gentlemen, it's me!