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Mike D's 1990 TTM Auto Project

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  • #46
    San Diego Padres

    The San Diego Padres are the next team. There are a total of 9 Padres cards in the sets, representing a total of 8 players.

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

    1990 Donruss Rookies

    48. Jerald Clark (Front) (Back)

    1990 Score Rising Stars

    24. Greg Harris (Front) (Back)
    69. Andy Benes (Front) (Back)

    1990 Topps Major League Debut

    15. Andy Benes (Front) (Back)
    86. Dan Murphy (Front) (Back)

    1990 Topps Traded

    20T. Joe Carter (Front) (Back)
    59T. Craig Lefforts (Front) (Back)
    62T. Fred Lynn (Front) (Back)
    102T. Greg Riddoch (Front) (Back)

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

    Andy Benes - 81% success rate on SCN with recent successes. We'll give him a try.

    Joe Carter - 40% success rate on SCN with no successes since late 2010. We'll skip him.

    Jerald Clark - 15% success rate on SCN, with no successes since 2008, so we'll pass.

    Greg Harris - 89% success rate with recent successes, so we'll send a request his way.

    Craig Lefferts - 46% success rate on SCN, so we'll skip him.

    Fred Lynn - Famously includes a signed blue index card and returns cards unsigned. We'll skip him.

    Dan Murphy - No successes on SCN in 9 total requests. We'll pass.

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

    We'll send requests to 2 of the 8 players in the sets (25%). We'll send 3 of the 9 total cards (33%).

    Total Cards: 354
    Total Requests: 69
    Total Cards Sent: 91
    Successes: 34
    Total Cards Signed: 45
    Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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    • #47
      San Francisco Giants

      The San Francisco Giants are the next team. There are a total of 13 Giants cards in the sets, representing a total of 11 players.

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

      1990 Donruss Rookies

      51. John Burkett (Front) (Back)

      1990 Score Rising Stars

      22. Jeff Brantley (Front) (Back)
      91. Greg Litton (Front) (Back)

      1990 Topps Major League Debut

      16. Mike Benjamin (Front) (Back)
      72. Greg Litton (Front) (Back)
      77. Randy McCament (Front) (Back)
      125. Russ Swan (Front) (Back)
      127. Stu Tate (Front) (Back)

      1990 Topps Traded

      7T. Kevin Bass (Front) (Back)
      16T. John Burkett (Front) (Back)
      19T. Gary Carter (Front) (Back)
      56T. Rick Leach (Front) (Back)
      87T. Rick Parker (Front) (Back)

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

      Kevin Bass - 76% success rate on SCN, but very hit or miss of late. He may have either stopped signing or be charging a fee now. We'll skip him.

      Mike Benjamin - 61% success rate, but no successes since April. He used to sign c/o ASU, but appears not to be affiliated with that school anymore. We'll pass for now.

      Jeff Brantley - 20% success rate with no successes since 2008, so we'll skip him.

      John Burkett - 74% success rate, but no successes since 2006. I guess he has stopped signing.

      Gary Carter - Charges $25/auto for his foundation. I'll pass.

      Rick Leach - 12% success rate on SCN. We'll skip him.

      Greg Litton - 90% success rate with recent successes, so we'll give him a try.

      Randy McCament - No successes in 5 total attempts on sCN. We'll skip him.

      Rick Parker - 50% success rate on SCN, with no successes since early 2010. We'll skip him.

      Russ Swan - Mr Swan is deceased. RIP.

      Stu Tate - 100% success rate on SCN, despite only 10 requests ever. SCN doesn't have an address for him, so we'll try him at the address in Harvey's '09 book.

      We'll send requests to 2 of the 11 players in the sets (18%). We'll send 3 of the 13 total cards (23%).

      Total Cards: 367
      Total Requests: 71
      Total Cards Sent: 94
      Successes: 34
      Total Cards Signed: 45
      Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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      • #48
        Had a success from:

        Donn Pall (1990 Score Rising Stars #7)

        Total Cards: 367
        Total Requests: 71
        Total Cards Sent: 94
        Successes: 35
        Total Cards Signed: 46
        Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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        • #49
          Seattle Mariners

          The Seattle Mariners are the next team. There are a total of 12 M's cards in the sets, representing a total of 10 players.

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

          1990 Donruss Rookies

          52. Brent Knackert (Front) (Back)

          1990 Score Rising Stars

          37. Omar Vizquel (Front) (Back)
          54. Gene Harris (Front) (Back)
          60. Greg Briley (Front) (Back)
          85. Erik Hanson (Front) (Back)

          1990 Topps Major League Debut

          132. Omar Vizquel (Front) (Back)
          149. Clint Zavaras (Front) (Back)

          1990 Topps Traded

          52T. Brent Knackert (Front) (Back)
          82T. Pete O'Brien (Front) (Back)
          115T. Matt Sinatro (Front) (Back)
          121T. Russ Swan (Front) (Back)
          131T. Matt Young (Front) (Back)

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

          Greg Briley - 84% success rate. Appears to sign c/o minor league team, so we'll wait and send to him there in the spring.

          Erik Hanson - 84% success rate with some recent successes, so we'll give him a try.

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

          Brent Knackert - No successes on SCN in 5 total requests. We'll skip him.

          Pete O'Brien - 51% success rate on SCN with no successes since 2005, so we'll pass.

          Matt Sinatro - Only a 45% success rate on sCN, so we'll skip him.

          Russ Swan - Mr. Swan is deceased. RIP.

          Omar Vizquel - Only a 25% success rate on SCN, so we'll pass.

          Matt Young - 87% success rate with recent successes, we'll give him a shot.

          Clint Zavaras - 71% success rate, but no successes since February. We'll pass.

          We'll send requests to 3 of the 10 players in the sets (30%). We'll send 3 of the 12 total cards (25%).

          Total Cards: 379
          Total Requests: 74
          Total Cards Sent: 97
          Successes: 35
          Total Cards Signed: 46
          Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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          • #50
            St Louis Cardinals

            The St Louis Cardinals are the next team. There are a total of 13 Cardinals cards in the sets, representing a total of 11 players.

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

            1990 Donruss Rookies

            31. Todd Zeile (Front) (Back)

            1990 Score Rising Stars

            6. Todd Zeile (Front) (Back)
            34. Ken Hill (Front) (Back)
            62. Tim Jones (Front) (Back)
            74. Cris Carpenter (Front) (Back)

            1990 Topps Major League Debut

            67. Matt Kinzer (Front) (Back)
            146. Craig Wilson (Front) (Back)
            150. Todd Zeile (Front) (Back)

            1990 Topps Traded

            113T. Red Schoendienst (Front) (Back)
            117T. Bryn Smith (Front) (Back)
            118T. Lee Smith (Front) (Back)
            122T. Bob Tewksbury (Front) (Back)
            124T. John Tudor (Front) (Back)

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

            Cris Carpenter - 87% success rate on SCN, but I have an outstanding request to him (sent 9/1) so I'll wait.

            Ken Hill - 82% success rate on SCN with some recent successes, so we'll give him a shot.

            Tim Jones - 31% success rate on sCN. We'll skip him.

            Matt Kinzer - 16% success rate on SCN, with no successes since 2003, so we'll skip him.

            Red Schoendienst - 44% success rate on SCN. We'll skip him.

            Bryn Smith - 95% success rate with recent successes. We'll give him a shot.

            Lee Smith - Charges a $15 fee. We'll skip him.

            Bob Tewksbury - 78% success rate, but no successes this year. Seems to have stopped signing.

            John Tudor - 90% success rate on SCN, so we'll give him a shot.

            Craig Wilson - No successes in 7 total requests, so we'll pass on him.

            Todd Zeile - 15% success rate on SCN, so we'll skip him.

            We'll send requests to 3 of the 11 players in the sets (27%). We'll send 3 of the 13 total cards (23%).

            We also end up sending out our 100th card of this project!

            Total Cards: 392
            Total Requests: 77
            Total Cards Sent: 100
            Successes: 35
            Total Cards Signed: 46
            Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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            • #51
              Had a success from:

              Rick Cerone (1990 Topps Traded #21)

              Total Cards: 392
              Total Requests: 77
              Total Cards Sent: 100
              Successes: 36
              Total Cards Signed: 47
              Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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              • #52
                Had a success from:

                Andy Benes (1990 Score Rising Stars #69) (1990 Topps Major League Debut #15)

                Total Cards: 392
                Total Requests: 77
                Total Cards Sent: 100
                Successes: 37
                Total Cards Signed: 49
                Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                • #53
                  Texas Rangers

                  The Texas Rangers are the next team. There are a total of 20 Rangers cards in the sets, representing a total of 14 players.

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

                  1990 Donruss Rookies

                  11. Jeff Huson (Front)(Back)
                  13. Brian Bohanon (Front)(Back)
                  32. Scott Coolbaugh (Front)(Back)

                  1990 Score Rising Stars

                  28. Kevin Brown (Front)(Back)
                  38. Dean Palmer (Front)(Back)
                  46. Kenny Rogers (Front)(Back)
                  51. Chad Kreuter (Front)(Back)
                  61. Jack Daugherty (Front)(Back)
                  72. Brad Arnsberg (Front)(Back)
                  79. Scott Coolbaugh (Front)(Back)

                  1990 Topps Major League Debut

                  3. Wilson Alvarez (Front)(Back)
                  8. John Barfield (Front)(Back)
                  25. Scott Coolbaugh (Front)(Back)
                  95. Dean Palmer (Front)(Back)
                  105. Kenny Rogers (Front)(Back)
                  145. Paul Wilmet (Front)(Back)

                  1990 Topps Traded

                  3T. Brad Arnsberg (Front)(Back)
                  22T. Scott Coolbaugh (Front)(Back)
                  94T. Gary Pettis (Front)(Back)
                  107T. John Russell (Front)(Back)

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

                  Wilson Alvarez - 73% success rate on SCN, but no successes since 2008. We'll pass.

                  Brad Arnsberg - 90% success rate on sCN. A little hit or miss lately, but we'll give him a try.

                  John Barfield - No successes on SCN ever, in 8 total attempts. We'll skip him.

                  Brian Bohanon - 80% success rate on SCN, but no successes since early 2009. Guessing he has stopped signing.

                  Kevin Brown - Only a 12% success rate on SCN, so we'll skip him.

                  Scott Coolbaugh - 78% success rate, but none since April. Seems like he's stopped signing consistantly.

                  Jack Daugherty - 96% success rate with recent successes. We'll give him a shot.

                  Jeff Huson - 90% success rate on SCN with recent successes. We'll give him a shot, as well.

                  Chad Kreuter - Only a 58% success rate, but some recent successes. I'll give him a try.

                  Dean Palmer - Also a 58% success rate, but no successes since 2009, so we'll skip him.

                  Gary Pettis - 63% success rate with a bit of a scattered history. we'll pass for now.

                  Kenny Rogers - No successes on SCN, in 55 total attempts. We'll pass.

                  John Russell - 74% success rate on SCN, with some recent successes c/o Orioles. I'll give him a try there in the spring.

                  Paul Wilmet - 50% success rate with no successes since 2006. We'll pass.

                  We'll send requests to 5 of the 14 players in the sets (36%). We'll send 6 of the 20 total cards (30%).

                  Total Cards: 412
                  Total Requests: 82
                  Total Cards Sent: 106
                  Successes: 37
                  Total Cards Signed: 49
                  Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                  • #54
                    Toronto Blue Jays

                    The Toronto Blue Jays are the next (and final) team. There are a total of 15 Blue Jays cards in the sets, representing a total of 10 players.

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

                    1990 Donruss Rookies

                    2. John Olerud (Front) (Back)
                    24. Glenallen Hill (Front) (Back)
                    29. Willie Blair (Front) (Back)

                    1990 Score Rising Stars

                    18. Junior Felix (Front) (Back)
                    48. Goose Gozzo (Front) (Back)

                    1990 Topps Major League Debut

                    10. Kevin Batiste (Front) (Back)
                    20. Francisco Cabrera (Front) (Back)
                    26. Steve Cummings (Front) (Back)
                    35. Junior Felix (Front) (Back)
                    44. Goose Gozzo (Front) (Back)
                    59. Glenallen Hill (Front) (Back)
                    107. Alex Sanchez (Front) (Back)

                    1990 Topps Traded

                    8T. Willie Blair (Front) (Back)
                    83T. John Olerud (Front) (Back)
                    129T. Frank Wills (Front) (Back)

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

                    Kevin Batiste - 11% success rate on SCN, so we'll pass.

                    Willie Blair - 66% success rate on sCN, with a good number of recent successes, so we'll give him a try.

                    Francisco Cabrera - 3/3 on SCN, no attempt since 2003. We'll skip him.

                    Steve Cummings - 40% success rate on SCN, so we'll skip him.

                    Junior Felix - No successes on SCN in 9 total attempts. We'll pass.

                    Goose Gozzo - 39% success rate on SCN with no successes since 2007. We'll pass.

                    Glenallen Hill - 44% success rate on sCN, so we'll pass on him.

                    John Olerud - 86% success rate on SCN. Nothing since the end of August, but he appears to take 75-100 days, so he may just be waiting for a pile to go through and sign. I'll give him a shot.

                    Alex Sanchez - 11% success rate on SCN, so we'll pass on him.

                    Frank Wills - 52% 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 4 of the 15 total cards (27%).

                    Total Cards: 427
                    Total Requests: 84
                    Total Cards Sent: 110
                    Successes: 37
                    Total Cards Signed: 49
                    Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                    • #55
                      Send-Out Phase Complete!

                      With the sending out of the Toronto Blue Jays cards, the send-out portion of this project is complete.

                      A quick accounting so far:

                      Total Cards: 427
                      Total Unique Players: 328
                      Total Requests: 84
                      Total Cards Sent: 110
                      Successes: 37
                      Total Cards Signed: 49

                      We end up sending out a little over 25% of the total cards in the sets. All thing considered, that's not too bad. We'll send to 84 of the 328 unique players in the set, which also works out to just a bit over 25%.

                      We've already had successes from 44% of the requests we've sent, which is a pretty good rate considering we started this set just over 3 months ago. I expect a lot more requests to roll in over the coming weeks and months, and I'll continue to update this thread as the successes roll in.

                      In the meantime, look for another project to start up really soon, based on the 1985 Topps Traded Set.
                      Last edited by Mike D.; 12-10-2011, 11:06 AM.
                      Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                      • #56
                        Had successes from:

                        Greg Harris (1990 Score Rising Stars #24)

                        Stu Tate (1990 Topps Major League Debut #127)

                        Had a RTS from Bob Patterson (1990 Topps Traded #88T).

                        Total Cards: 427
                        Total Unique Players: 328
                        Total Requests: 84
                        Total Cards Sent: 110
                        Successes: 39
                        Total Cards Signed: 51
                        Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                        • #57
                          Had a success from:

                          Brad Arnsberg (1990 Score Rising Stars #72) (1990 Topps Traded #3T)

                          Total Cards: 427
                          Total Unique Players: 328
                          Total Requests: 84
                          Total Cards Sent: 110
                          Successes: 40
                          Total Cards Signed: 53
                          Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                          • #58
                            Had successes from:

                            Bryn Smith (1990 Topps Traded #117T)

                            Jeff Huson (1990 Donruss Rookies #11)

                            Jack Daughterty (1990 Score Rising Stars #61)

                            Terry Jorgensen (1990 Topps Major League Debut #64)

                            Scott Ruskin (1990 Donruss Rookies #27) (1990 Topps Traded #106T)

                            Total Cards: 427
                            Total Unique Players: 328
                            Total Requests: 84
                            Total Cards Sent: 110
                            Successes: 45
                            Total Cards Signed: 59
                            Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                            • #59
                              Had successes from:

                              Willie Blair (1990 Donruss Rookies #29) (1990 Topps Traded #8T)

                              Pat Combs (1990 Topps Major League Debut #24)

                              John Tudor (1990 Topps Traded #124T)

                              Total Cards: 427
                              Total Unique Players: 328
                              Total Requests: 84
                              Total Cards Sent: 110
                              Successes: 48
                              Total Cards Signed: 63
                              Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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                              • #60
                                Had a success from:

                                Stump Merrill (1990 Topps Traded #74T)

                                Total Cards: 427
                                Total Unique Players: 328
                                Total Requests: 84
                                Total Cards Sent: 110
                                Successes: 49
                                Total Cards Signed: 64
                                Visit my card site at Mike D's Baseball Card Page.

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