Added these Mickey Mantle cards in a trade with rooster1 sending him some Ken Griffey, Jr. cards for his collection. Included 1996 Bowman #M20, 2006 Topps Chrome Black Refractor #7 and 2002 UD Piece of History #38.
I added a much sought after 1999 Pacific Prism Derek Jeter to my collection with a trade with Steve from the Bench. I sent him some 1994 Leaf cards for his set. The 1999 Prism set included 150 cards. Key cards besides Jeter include Cal Ripken, Alex Rodriguez, Mark McGwire, Ken Griffey, Jr., Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Mike Piazza.
Most teams include 5-6 players I have 2 of the 6 Yankees: Jeter and Tino Martinez. I'm missing David Cone, Orlando Hernandez, Hideki Irabu, and Bernie WIlliams. I have the following for trade: Jeff Bagwell, Wade Boggs, Bobby Bonilla, Kevin Brown, Tony Clark, Roger Clemens, Chuck Finley, Cliff Floyd, Luis Gonzalez, Vladimir Guerrrero, Brian Hunter, Randy Johnson, Andruw Jones, Eric Karros, Barry Larkin, Javy Lopez, Pedro Martinez, Quinton McCraken, John Olerud, Rey Ordonez, Sammy Sosa, Mo Vaughn.
Only beef in these Jimmy Dean sausages! Shown here is from a trade (2nd) with Rhubarb_Runner of http://mmmrhubarb.wordpress.com/baseball-cards/ I sent him some Twins from Pacific sets that he needed. He is a terrific Twins fan and collector so contact him if you want to trade.
Upper left to lower right: 1972 Kelloggs Buddy Harrelson, 2001 Post Babe Ruth, 1993 Post Don Mattingly,1992 Jimmy Dean Bobby Bonilla and Andy Stankewicz, 1993 Jimmy Dean Eddie Murray, 2011 Topps Kimball Johan Santana, 1988 Topps Major League Leaders Mini Darryl Strawberry, 1989 Baseball Card Magazine Don Mattingly/Kirby Puckett
10 Interesting Rod Carew Facts: 1. Carew collected his 3,000th career hit (a single off Frank Viola) on August 4, 1984 - the same day that Tom Seaver won his 300th career game. 2. Alan Bannister called Carew "the only player who can go 4-for-3". 3. He was the best bunter of his generation, and he stole home 17 times. 4. Toiling for the poor Twins teams and the hard-luck Angels, Carew collected more hits than any player who never played in a World Series. 5. Rodney Cline Carew was named after Dr. Rodney Cline, who delivered baby Carew while on a train in the Panama Canal Zone, on October 1, 1945. 6. Born in the Panama Canal Zone, he learned to hit tennis balls and wads of paper taped into balls. 7. When he was 16 his mother took the family to New York City to live with Rod's godmother. 8. Carew grew up not far from the old Polo Grounds, and near Yankee Stadium. 9. In 1976 his string of four straight batting titles was halted when he lost the crown on the final day of the season to George Brett. 10. In 1977, faced with the overwhelming evidence that his six-time batting champ was the best hitter in baseball, notorious cheapskate Twin's owner Calvin Griffith voluntarily gave Carew a $100,000 bonus!
Upper left to lower right: 1987 Kmart, 2005 Topps Rookie Cup, 2001 Topps Through The Years, 1982 Kmart 20th Anniversary, 1991 Bowman, 2005 Topps All-Time Fan Favorites, 2003 Topps All-Time Fan Favorites, 1991 Bowman, 1987 Nestle Dream Team
Upper left to lower right: 1995 Jimmy Dean All-Time Greats, 1981 Kellogg's, 1984 Fleer Sticker, 1981 Fleer Stamp, 1986 Fleer Future Hall of Famer, 1983 Topps Glossy Send-Ins, 1982 Topps Sticker, 1981 Fleer Sticker, 1984 Fun Foods Pin
These are some of the Rod Carew items I own. If you have any for trade please contact me.