A HUGE HOF update, a classic hottie, a Brave & A wrestling legend.

I was able to pick up 5 Hall of Fame rookies, bringing me down to 49 to go! This is the closest I have ever been to being “Complete”

Ernie Nevers was one of the inaugural members of the NFL hall of fame. a 5x All Pro in the 1920’s, “Big Dog” was one of the first greats of the game. I am super stoked to add him to my Hall of Fame collection

Bob Waterfield was inducted in the Hall of Fame in the Class of 1965 and took the Rams to two championships in 1945 and 1951. He had a short career as a player, playing only 7 years. Waterfield not only played QB, but kicked and punted as well. Great addition to the HOF collection.

Art Donovan was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1968, and was a key defensive tackle for the Colts, and a member of the all 1950’s team. He’s one of the best ever to line up at DT, and is a key pickup for my Hall of Fame collection

Gino Marchetti was Inducted to the Hall of Fame in 1972, and was a dominant force, even moreso than Donovan.  A 10x All pro, Member of the All 70’s team, and the All Time Team. Marchetti is an amazing pickup for my collection.

Randy Moss was inducted to the Hall this year, I already had his Bowman Chrome, but wanted his Topps chrome as well, This was an easy pickup to make.

Tina Louise is best known for playing Ginger in Gilligan’s Island, one of the first iconic redheads, Tina Louise is a great addition to my collection and will go right alongside my Dawn Wells.

Scott Steiner is best known for being a force in WCW. He won the WCW Championship and was more or less known for being a Tag Team champ with his Brother Rick 6 times in WCW and 2 times in WWE. I got to watch him wrestle in a highschool Gym, and it’s good to see, he still has it at 55. Can’t say the same for Buff Bagwell.

Ender Inciarte has won 2 Gold Gloves and made an All Star game with the Braves. in an era filled with mediocricy. Ender has been the light of brightness for the Braves.


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