Gint-A-Cuffs: Pack 4 and 5

Posted: July 11, 2009 in Baseball, GINT-A-CUFFS
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Pack 4:

29 Jonathan Papelbon (Boston Red Sox)
173 Francisco Rodriguez (New York Mets)
140 Loren Opstedahl (The World’s Champions – Champion Sheep Shearer)
73 Vernon Wells (Toronto Blue Jays)
166 Gil Meche (Kansas City Royals)
81 Willie Williams (Negro League Star) +2 Points
“Willie played with the Newark Eagles in the late 1940s. He also played for Houston Eagles (1949-1950), New Orleans Eagles (1951) and the Birmingham Black Barons (1954)….”
2009 Allen & Ginter 81 Willie Williams

Mini: World’s Biggest Hoaxes, Hoodwinks & Bamboozles HHB18 – The Piltdown Man +5 Points
2009 Allen & Ginter HHB18 The Piltdown Man

“For as long as 40 years, the apparent bone fragments “discovered” in Piltdown, England were regarded as evidence of a new type of early man. In 1953 they were determined to be an amalgamation of chimpanzee and human bones.”

NP71 Josh Hamliton +4 Points
2009 Allen & Ginter NP71 Josh Hamilton

Pack 5:

119 Scott Lewis (Cleveland Indians)
219 Nate McLouth (Pittsburgh Pirates)
154 Corey Hart (Milwaukee Brewers)
307 Hunter Pence (Houston Astros) (SP?) +5 Points

2009 Allen & Ginter 307 Hunter Pence

35 Geovany Soto +2 points
2009 Allen & Ginter 35 Geovany Soto

AGHS18 – Allen & Ginter Baseball Highlights Sketch Card Derek Jeter Mr. November 4 points
“Four minutes after midnight on November 1 – The first time ever major league baseball was played in that month – Jeter blasted a 10th-inning, walk-off homer against Arizona in game 4 of the 2001 World Series. The Yankee stadium scoreboard flashed with a new nickname for the captain: ‘Mr. November’.”
2009 Allen & Ginter AGHS18 Derek Jeter Sketch card

Mini: 74 Matt Tuiasosopo (Seattle Mariners)

NP74 Yadier Molina (St. Louis Cardinals)

Total: 2 + 5 + 4 + 5 + 2 + 4 = 22 Points

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Comments
  1. beardy says:

    The Jeter card should be 4 points I think. 3 for being a sketch insert, plus 2 for favorite player list, and then minus 1 for being a freakin Yankee.

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