This is a steady diet of cards I received as a part of the last box break held by Kyle over at Just a Bit Outside. Kyle did a self-examination and opted to give up the hobby in favor of spending more time with his family and I can understand his decision. I wish him all the best. I certainly appreciate his final effort in the blogging community and thank him for all the great cards he sent me.
I think I'll peel this film and I can use this Leaf Steel card to repair something in my house.
Hey, it's Rusty Greer. He's one of my favorites.
A little die-cut action, circa 2012 Bowman Platinum.
Ranger. Check. Mini. Check. Black Border. Check. Rangers in the World Series for a third consecutive year...yea, um no.
I got a whole stack of these B.A.T. cards. Very cool, yet a pain to store.
Nolan Ryan may have been the "No Hit King", but the 2012 Playoff Yankees are the "No Hitting Kings". I love it.
The biggest surprise of the package was this cool 1935 Film Partners Evelyn Brent/Randolph Scott mini. I love these old cards, baseball related or not.
This one highlights the movie "Home on the Range". I've never seen it, but I can still appreciate a little vintage cardboard work of art.
Kyle, thanks for the cards and good luck with your new cardboard free life.
Now, where was that celery stick?