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Mike D's 1990 TTM Auto Project

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  • #31
    Had a success from:

    Darrin Fletcher (1990 Topps Major League Debut # 38)

    Total Cards: 256
    Total Requests: 52
    Total Cards Sent: 68
    Successes: 16
    Total Cards Signed: 19
    Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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    • #32
      Had successes from:

      Mike Huff (1990 Major League Debut # 63)

      Joe Oliver (1990 Major League Debut # 91) (1990 Score Rising Stars # 26)

      Total Cards: 256
      Total Requests: 52
      Total Cards Sent: 68
      Successes: 18
      Total Cards Signed: 22
      Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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      • #33
        Montreal Expos

        The Montreal Expos are the next team. There are a total of 17 Expos cards in the sets, representing a total of 11 players.

        Let's take a look at the Expos cards in each set:

        1990 Donruss Rookies

        6. Delino DeShields (Front) (Back)
        12. Bill Sampen (Front) (Back)
        20. Mark Gardner (Front) (Back)
        45. Marquis Grissom (Front) (Back)

        1990 Score Rising Stars

        14. Jeff Huson (Front) (Back)
        66. Mark Gardner (Front) (Back)
        99. Marquis Grissom (Front) (Back)

        1990 Topps Major League Debut

        40. Steve Frey (Front) (Back)
        41. Mark Gardner (Front) (Back)
        48. Marquis Grissom (Front) (Back)
        52. Gene Harris (Front) (Back)
        98. Marty Pevey (Front) (Back)

        1990 Topps Traded

        12T. Dennis Boyd (Front) (Back)
        45T. Jeff Huson * (Front) (Back)
        80T. Junior Noboa (Front) (Back)
        108T. Bill Sampen (Front) (Back)
        112T. Dave Schmidt (Front) (Back)

        * - card pictures Huson as a Texas Ranger, but we'll include him here.

        Lets take a look at the player's signing habits:

        Dennis Boyd - "Oil Can" has only a 21% success rate on SCN and no successes since 2009. That's too bad, since he actually lives right here in Rhode Island.

        Delino DeShields - Only a 2% success rate on SCN, so we'll pass.

        Steve Frey - 72% success rate on SCN, but no successes since 2007. We'll skip him for now.

        Mark Gardiner - 7% success rate on SCN with no successes since 2007. We'll skip him as well.

        Marquis Grissom - Only a 31% success rate on sCN. We'll skip him for now.

        Gene Harris - 11% success rate and no successes since 2005. We'll pass.

        Jeff Huson - 92% success rate with recent successs. Now we're talking! We'll give him a try.

        Junior Noboa - 60% success rate but a spotty signing history. We'll skip him for now.

        Marty Pevey - 50% success rate and no successes since 2009. We'll skip him.

        Bill Sampen - 95% success rate with recent successes. We'll give him a try.

        Dave Schmidt - 92% success rate with recent successes. We'll send a request his way.

        We'll send requests to 3 of the 11 players in the sets (27%). We'll send 5 of the 17 total cards (29%).

        Total Cards: 273
        Total Requests: 55
        Total Cards Sent: 73
        Successes: 18
        Total Cards Signed: 22
        Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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        • #34
          Had a success from:

          Matt Merullo (1990 Major League Debut #82)

          Total Cards: 273
          Total Requests: 55
          Total Cards Sent: 73
          Successes: 19
          Total Cards Signed: 23
          Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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          • #35
            New York Mets

            The New York Mets are the next team. There are a total of 14 Mets cards in the sets, representing a total of 13 players.

            Let's take a look at the Mets cards in each set:

            1990 Donruss Rookies

            41. Julio Machado (Front) (Back)

            1990 Score Rising Stars

            10. Gregg Jefferies (Front) (Back)
            67. Mark Carreon (Front) (Back)

            1990 Topps Major League Debut

            11. Blaine Beatty (Front) (Back)
            74. Julio Machado (Front) (Back)
            80. Jeff McKnight (Front) (Back)
            141. Wally Whitehurst (Front) (Back)

            1990 Topps Traded

            11T. Daryl Boston (Front) (Back)
            32T. John Franco (Front) (Back)
            37T. Bud Harrelson (Front) (Back)
            44T. Todd Hundley (Front) (Back)
            67T. Mike Marshall (Front) (Back)
            73T. Orlando Mercado (Front) (Back)
            89T. Alejandro Pena (Front) (Back)

            Lets take a look at the player's signing habits:

            Blaine Beatty - 86% success rate on SCN, with a little hit-or-miss, but I'll give it a try.

            Daryl Boston - 6% success rate on SCN, so we'll skip him.

            Mark Carreon - 40% success rate on SCN. We'll pass on him.

            John Franco - 63% success rate, but no successes since 2005. We'll skip him.

            Bud Harrelson - 97% success rate with recent successes. We'll give him a shot.

            Todd Hundley - 54% success rate with no successes since 2007. We'll pass.

            Gregg Jefferies - 71% success rate, but no recent successes. We'll skip him.

            Julio Machado - No attempts on SCN. I'm guessing he lives outside the US.

            Mike Marshall - 76% success rate on SCN. A little hit-or-miss, but we'll give him a shot.

            Jeff McKnight - No successes on SCN in 9 total attempts. We'll skip him.

            Orlando Mercado - 82% success rate on SCN. Another guy who is a bit hit-or-miss, but we'll give him a shot.

            Alejandro Pena - 87% success rate, but no successes since early 2010. We'll pass.

            Wally Whitehurst - 18% success rate with no successes since 2006. We'll skip him.

            We'll send requests to 4 of the 13 players in the sets (31%). We'll send 4 of the 14 total cards (29%).

            Total Cards: 287
            Total Requests: 59
            Total Cards Sent: 77
            Successes: 19
            Total Cards Signed: 23
            Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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            • #36
              Had successes from:

              Bill Spiers (1990 Topps Major League Debut #121) (1990 Score Rising Stars # 55)

              Mike Munoz (1990 Donruss Rookies #8) (1990 Topps Major League Debut #85)

              Total Cards: 287
              Total Requests: 59
              Total Cards Sent: 77
              Successes: 21
              Total Cards Signed: 27
              Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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              • #37
                Had successes from:

                Stan Javier (1990 Topps Traded #47T)

                Xavier Hernandez (1990 Donruss Rookies # 33) (1990 Topps Major League Debut # 55)

                Total Cards: 287
                Total Requests: 59
                Total Cards Sent: 77
                Successes: 23
                Total Cards Signed: 30
                Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                • #38
                  Had successes from:

                  Gary Wayne: (1990 Score Rising Stars #15) (1990 Topps Major League Debut #135)

                  Bobby Rose: (1990 Topps Major League Debut #106)

                  Jeff Huson: (1990 Score Rising Stars #14) (1990 Topps Traded #45T)

                  Total Cards: 287
                  Total Requests: 59
                  Total Cards Sent: 77
                  Successes: 26
                  Total Cards Signed: 35
                  Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

                  Comment


                  • #39
                    New York Yankees

                    The New York Yankees are the next team. There are a total of 25 Yankees cards in the sets, representing a total of 19 players.

                    Let's take a look at the Yanks cards in each set:

                    1990 Donruss Rookies

                    26. Mike Blowers (Front) (Back)
                    44. Alan Mills (Front) (Back)

                    1990 Score Rising Stars

                    17. Clay Parker (Front) (Back)
                    27. Kevin Maas (Front) (Back)
                    40. Deion Sanders (Front) (Back)
                    50. Bob Geren (Front) (Back)
                    53. Hensley Meulens (Front) (Back)
                    87. Hal Morris (Front) (Back)

                    1990 Topps Major League Debut

                    18. Mike Blowers (Front) (Back)
                    29. Bobby Davidson (Front) (Back)
                    69. Marcus Lawton (Front) (Back)
                    83. Hensley Meulens (Front) (Back)
                    84. Kevin Mmahat (Front) (Back)
                    108. Deion Sanders (Front) (Back)

                    1990 Topps Traded

                    9T. Mike Blowers (Front) (Back)
                    21T. Rick Cerone (Front) (Back)
                    58T. Tim Leary (Front) (Back)
                    61T. Jim Leyritz (Front) (Back)
                    63T. Kevin Maas (Front) (Back)
                    74T. Stump Merrill (Front) (Back)
                    75T. Alan Mills (Front) (Back)
                    81T. Matt Nokes (Front) (Back)
                    91T. Pascual Perez (Front) (Back)
                    103T. Jeff Robinson (Front) (Back)
                    123T. Wayne Tolleson (Front) (Back)

                    Lets take a look at the player's signing habits:

                    Mike Blowers - Only one success, ever, on SCN, and it was back in 2007. We'll skip him.

                    Rick Cerone - 93% success rate on SCN with recent successes. We'll send a request his way.

                    Bobby Davidson - 75% success rate on SCN, but only one success since 2008. We'll pass for now.

                    Bob Geren - Only a 26% success rate on sCN, so we'll pass on him.

                    Marcus Lawton - No successes on SCN in 6 total requests. We'll skip him.

                    Tim Leary - 25% success rate on SCN. We'll skip him as well.

                    Jim Leyritz - 73% success rate, but no successes since 2008. I guess he stopped signing.

                    Kevin Maas - 66% success rate, but no successes since 2009. Another guy who used to sign but stopped?

                    Stump Merrill - 93% success rate with recent successes. We'll give him a shot.

                    Hensley Meulens - 88% success rate with recent successes. We'll send him a request his way.

                    Alan Mills - 30% success rate with no successes since 2008. We'll pass.

                    Kevin Mmahat - 75% success rate, but no recent address (last on SCN has is a RTS). So I guess I'll have to pass unless anyone has an up-to-date address to share.

                    Hal Morris - 79% success rate, but seems to be very hit-or-miss (or swapping cards outs). I also have an outstanding request to him (from 9/30). We'll pass.

                    Matt Nokes - 33% success rate, so we'll pass.

                    Clay Parker - 87% success rate, but no successes since mid-2010. Another guy who used to sign but stopped?

                    Pascual Perez - No successes ever in 8 requests. We'll pass.

                    Jeff Robinson - 40% success rate with no successes in 2011. We'll skip him.

                    Deion Sanders - No successes in about 40 requests. We'll pass.

                    Wayne Tolleson - 64% success rate with no successes since 2009. We'll pass.

                    Lots of Yankees cards here (the Yanks were actually pretty terrible in 1990). Not a lot of signers, though. We'll send requests to 3 of the 19 players in the sets (16%). We'll send 4 of the 25 total cards (16%).

                    Total Cards: 312
                    Total Requests: 62
                    Total Cards Sent: 81
                    Successes: 26
                    Total Cards Signed: 35
                    Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                    • #40
                      Oakland A's

                      The Oakland A's are the next team. There are a total of 10 A's cards in the sets, representing a total of 10 players.

                      Let's take a look at the A'scards in each set:


                      1990 Donruss Rookies

                      5. Felix Jose (Front) (Back)

                      1990 Score Rising Stars

                      82. Lance Blankenship (Front) (Back)

                      1990 Topps Major League Debut

                      7. Larry Arndt (Front) (Back)
                      54. Scott Hemond (Front) (Back)
                      62. Dann Howitt (Front) (Back)
                      112. Dick Scott (Front) (Back)

                      1990 Topps Traded

                      43T. Steve Howard (Front) (Back)
                      51T. Joe Klink (Front) (Back)
                      100T. Willie Randolph (Front) (Back)
                      110T. Scott Sanderson (Front) (Back)

                      Lets take a look at the player's signing habits:

                      Larry Arndt - No successes in 3 total attempts on SCN. We'll skip him.

                      Lance Blankenship - No successes in 13 total attempts on SCN. We'll skip him.

                      Scott Hemond - 50% sucess rate on SCN. We'll pass on him.

                      Steve Howard - 22% success rate on SCN, with no successes since 2004. We'll pass.

                      Dann Howitt - 57% success rate with very spotty history and iffy addresses. We'll pass.

                      Felix Jose - 73% success rate, but no successes since 2009. I'm guessing he's stopped signing.

                      Joe Klink - 56% success rate, but no successes since 2005. Looks like another guy who stopped signing.

                      Willie Randolph - 28% success rate. We'll skip him.

                      Scott Sanderson - 69% success rate, but only one success since 2009. Looks like another guy who's stopped signing.

                      Dick Scott - 100% (10 for 10) on SCN. No address listed on SCN, but I'll try the one from Harvey's 2009 list.

                      We'll send requests to 1 of the 10 players in the sets (10%). We'll send 1 of the 10 total cards (10%).

                      Total Cards: 322
                      Total Requests: 63
                      Total Cards Sent: 82
                      Successes: 26
                      Total Cards Signed: 35
                      Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

                      Comment


                      • #41
                        Philadelphia Phillies

                        The Philadelphia Phillies are the next team. There are a total of 11 Phillies cards in the sets, representing a total of 9 players.

                        Let's take a look at the Phillies cards in each set:

                        1990 Donruss Rookies

                        3. Pat Combs (Front) (Back)
                        47. Dave Hollins (Front) (Back)

                        1990 Score Rising Stars

                        12. Charlie Hayes (Front) (Back)
                        31. Ron Jones (Front) (Back)
                        75. Dennis Cook (Front) (Back)

                        1990 Topps Major League Debut

                        24. Pat Combs (Front) (Back)
                        47. Jason Grimsley (Front) (Back)
                        79. Chuck McElroy (Front) (Back)

                        1990 Topps Traded

                        1T. Darrel Akerfelds (Front) (Back)
                        41T. Dave Hollins (Front) (Back)
                        68T. Carmelo Martinez (Front) (Back)

                        Lets take a look at the player's signing habits:

                        Darrel Akerfelds - 87% success rate, so we'll give him a shot.

                        Pat Combs - 91% success rate on SCN for this RI native (now living in TX). I'll send a request his way.

                        Dennis Cook - 66% success rate, but no successes since 2005. Appears to have stopped signing.

                        Jason Grimsley - 19% success rate with no successes since 2007. We'll skip him.

                        Charlie Hayes - Only one success on SCN in 22 requests, and it was back in 1999. We'll pass.

                        Dave Hollins - 81% success rate on SCN, but none since 2009. Assume he stopped signing.

                        Ron Jones - Mr. Jones is deceased. RIP.

                        Carmelo Martinez - Only 1 success in 19 attempts on SCN, and that was back in 2005. We'll skip him.

                        Chuck McElroy - 21% success rate with no succeses since 2006, so we'll skip him.

                        We'll send requests to 2 of the 9 players in the sets (22%). We'll send 2 of the 11 total cards (18%).

                        Total Cards: 333
                        Total Requests: 65
                        Total Cards Sent: 85
                        Successes: 26
                        Total Cards Signed: 35
                        Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                        • #42
                          Had a success from:

                          Steve Searcy (1990 Score Rising Stars # 97)

                          Total Cards: 333
                          Total Requests: 65
                          Total Cards Sent: 85
                          Successes: 27
                          Total Cards Signed: 36
                          Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                          • #43
                            Had a success from:

                            Kevin Tapani (1990 Donruss Rookies #35) (1990 Topps Major League Debut #126)

                            Bill Sampen (1990 Donruss Rookies #12) (1990 Topps Traded #108T)

                            Total Cards: 333
                            Total Requests: 65
                            Total Cards Sent: 85
                            Successes: 31
                            Total Cards Signed: 40
                            Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                            • #44
                              Had successes from:

                              Bud Harrelson: (1990 Topps Traded #37T)

                              Dan Petry: (1990 Topps Traded #93T)

                              John Orton: (1990 Donruss Rookies #54) (1990 Score Rising Stars #64) (1990 Topps Major League Debut #94)

                              Total Cards: 333
                              Total Requests: 65
                              Total Cards Sent: 85
                              Successes: 34
                              Total Cards Signed: 45
                              Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                              • #45
                                Pittsburgh Pirates

                                The Pittsburgh Pirates are the next team. There are a total of 12 Pirates cards in the sets, representing a total of 10 players.

                                Let's take a look at the Pirates cards in each set:

                                1990 Donruss Rookies

                                27. Scott Ruskin (Front) (Back)

                                1990 Score Rising Stars

                                8. Rick Reed (Front) (Back)
                                41. Randy Kramer (Front) (Back)
                                71. Jeff King (Front) (Back)

                                1990 Topps Major League Debut

                                12. Stan Belinda (Front) (Back)
                                23. Steve Carter (Front) (Back)
                                66. Jeff King (Front) (Back)
                                71. Scott Little (Front) (Back)

                                1990 Topps Traded

                                5T. Wally Backman (Front) (Back)
                                88T. Bob Patterson (Front) (Back)
                                106T. Scott Ruskin (Front) (Back)
                                116T. Don Slaught (Front) (Back)

                                Lets take a look at the player's signing habits:

                                Wally Backman - 34% success rate on SCN, so we'll pass.

                                Stan Belinda - 50% success rate on SCN, with no successes since mid-2010. We'll skip him.

                                Steve Carter - Only one success on SCN in 7 requests, and it was back in 2002. we'll pass on him.

                                Jeff King - Only a 36% success rate on SCN, so we'll pass.

                                Randy Kramer - Only one success on SCN in 11 requests, and it was back in 2005. we'll pass on him.

                                Scott Little - 57% success rate on SCN, but no successes since 2009. We'll skip him.

                                Bob Patterson - 93% success rate on SCN, with recent successes. We'll give him a try.

                                Rick Reed - 70% success rate, but no successes since 2008. We'll skip him.

                                Scott Ruskin - 85% success rate with recent successes, so we'll give him a shot.

                                Don Slaught - 22% success rate on SCN, so we'll skip him.

                                We'll send requests to 2 of the 10 players in the sets (20%). We'll send 3 of the 12 total cards (25%).

                                Total Cards: 345
                                Total Requests: 67
                                Total Cards Sent: 88
                                Successes: 34
                                Total Cards Signed: 45
                                Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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