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  • December 2008 TTM sucess thread

    December is my birthday month, so here's wishing everyone a great month and Merry Christmas (or Hanukkah).

    Happy Holidays!
    Trusted traders list-
    Mike D. Rockhound, MadHatter

    2007 PawSox Dunkin Donuts set: 24/30.

    Still need: Kevin Cash, Jacoby Ellsbury, George Kottaras, Jon Lester, Brandon Moss and Ed Rogers.

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    Jim Palmer c/o eBay
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    TTM Is Like A Box Of Chocolates, You Never Know What You're Gonna Get

    http://www.freewebs.com/joesttmandipautographs/

    2009 Orioles: 60/60 100% ... So Far

    Trusted Traders: Mike D., Zito75, MadHatter, icecool1994, Coachsmallhead, The Commisioner, Kearns643, Edsachs1, chucksk8er, Rockhound, KidCavalier23, Extra Innings

    2000 and Counting

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    • #3
      Today brought,
      Phil Garner 2/2 76 Days, Mr. Garner signed an 85 & 87 Topps w/Fine Blue Sharpie
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      As of 1/11/15 7369 Autographs and Growing!! 6472 of which are Baseball!
      164 Pieces of Sports Memorabilia

      Check out my Ebay listings!! Seller ID Howiek1227

      Some of my Memorabilia Collection
      http://photobucket.com/HowiesMemo
      Check out my new Blog
      www.strongislandgrapher.blogspot.com

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      • #4
        Today...

        Mike Mussina 2/2 2 weeks
        c/o home

        Jimmie Hall 1/1 4 YEARS
        c/o home

        Bert Campaneris 2/2 1 week
        c/o home

        Dave Chalk 2/2 1 week
        c/o home

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        • #5
          Jimmie Hall is a tough one. Here's what I read about him on signingshotline:
          "Several Minnesota show promoters have tried to get Jimmie Hall to do a show, but he has always refused, saying 'he's not interested'. One promoter I talked to several years back say he'd probably pay Jimmie Hall $10,000 if he'd agree to do one of his shows. Another offered $1000 to anyone that could get Hall to do one of his shows. Jimmie Hall even refused to attend the Twins 40th 1965 World Series reunion in 2005 despite repeated attempts by the Twins & some of his former teammates to get him to show up for the reunion. He has simply refused to have anything to do with baseball for 30+ years. As far as collecting sports memorabilia, it's sad as he's on most Twins want lists & is still remembered today as a popular player for the Twins. You have to respect the man though. He has said he was done with baseball & has stuck with his decision all these years. "
          Baseball Happenings
          - Linking baseball's past, present and future.
          http://baseballhappenings.blogspot.com

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          • #6
            Ken McMullen Craig Anderson Mark Guthrie
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            Family Autograph Thread
            http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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            • #7
              Originally posted by metrotheme View Post
              Jimmie Hall is a tough one. Here's what I read about him on signingshotline:
              "Several Minnesota show promoters have tried to get Jimmie Hall to do a show, but he has always refused, saying 'he's not interested'. One promoter I talked to several years back say he'd probably pay Jimmie Hall $10,000 if he'd agree to do one of his shows. Another offered $1000 to anyone that could get Hall to do one of his shows. Jimmie Hall even refused to attend the Twins 40th 1965 World Series reunion in 2005 despite repeated attempts by the Twins & some of his former teammates to get him to show up for the reunion. He has simply refused to have anything to do with baseball for 30+ years. As far as collecting sports memorabilia, it's sad as he's on most Twins want lists & is still remembered today as a popular player for the Twins. You have to respect the man though. He has said he was done with baseball & has stuck with his decision all these years. "
              Oh I know he's tough! I had tried him many times throughout the years, from the mid-'70's until now, and was extremely surpised when this showed up in the mailbox! Four years may seem like a long time for a return, but I'll definitely take it!

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              • #8
                Mail call
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                Family Autograph Thread
                http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                • #9
                  Monday Mail
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                  Family Autograph Thread
                  http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                  • #10
                    More mail
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                    Family Autograph Thread
                    http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                    • #11
                      mail day
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                      Family Autograph Thread
                      http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                      • #12
                        mail today
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                        Family Autograph Thread
                        http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                        • #13
                          Monday Mail
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                          Family Autograph Thread
                          http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                          • #14
                            In the mail
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                            Family Autograph Thread
                            http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=75871

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                            • #15
                              First day of the month and the first success--Woody Woodward former shortstop of the Reds on a 5 X 7 photograph in 22 days at home.

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