Monthly Archives: February 2013

The HOF pickups continue

Bob St Clair dominated at offensive tackle for the 49er’s during the 50s, I’ve been pretty excited to add more 50’s era guys to the collection – 96 to go! Reggie White was one of the most dominant defensive players … Continue reading

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Walking Dead, Bones and an amazing sketch

Danai Gurira plays Michonne on The Walking Dead. I’ve not made many (any really) pickups from the Show, but I couldn’t miss my chance at one of the best characters from the comic and show. She’s a great young actress, … Continue reading

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A New project!

I decided that I’ll start a project for the Heisman Trophy Winners, much like I do with the NFL HOF. It’s going to be a fun side project, so I’m kicking it off with a bang. A lot of college … Continue reading

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Two more hall of Famers and a College Legend!

Fats Henry was a Tackle/Kicker/Punter for the Canton Bulldogs and New York Giants. a true legend in the birth of football, Fat’s Henry is a great addition to my collection. the ’55 All American set has always held a soft … Continue reading

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3 more hall of famers for the collection!

Les Ritcher was a guard and linebacker for the Ram’s and a dominant force in the 50’s, making the Pro Bowl for 8 straight years. He’s a great addition to my hall of fame collection and it’s nice to add … Continue reading

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A Hall of Fame Mailday!

Sid Gillman is a coaching legend, a guy largely responsible for telling his WR’s to go deep. He was a pre Super Bowl coach and an integral part of the game. His rookie brings me to 104 Hall of Famers … Continue reading

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A huge Baseball update with a bit of Basketball

Andy Pafko is a 5 time All Star that’s a baseball legend. He was a 7 year member of the Braves, and played alongside Hank Aaron, Eddie Matthews and Warren Spahn when the Braves bested the Yankees in 1957, in … Continue reading

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