Turns out it was a blood sugar thing. Not good, but by the time most of you read this I will have spoken to my doctor.
Fortunately, the dizziness only lasted about 3 minutes. I'm feeling better at the moment and my vision is clear.
That brings us to the baseball card part of this post. I'm on record a couple hundred times as not being a fan of Panini and their logo-less cards. I'm a logo snob. I can admit it.
That's not to say Panini hasn't put out a few cards that I like. Take the Pinnacle Clear Vision cards. I like them. A lot. As in I picked up a couple of "lots" of them off Ebay.
The hitters Clear Vision cards come in Single, Double, Triple, Homerun and Cycle versions. The Cycle versions are 1/1's, but I couldn't find any print run info one the others. They are tougher to pull as you go up the line.
The pitcher Clear Vision cards come in Win, Complete Game, Shutout, No-Hitter and Perfect Game versions. The Perfect Game cards are 1/1's.
If you see anything in these lots that you'd like, let me know. I'm primarily after the Rangers and any players I collect.
Some of the Rangers I have came from the lots I purchased.
I guess I need to do a want list for these.
This Kemp came in one of the lots and already has someone's name on it. Yea, Matt Kemp's. Badum bump. I'm here all week.
Apparently, I can find the Singles.
I can find the Triples. Just no doubles.
The Pudge actually looks fine without a logo because you probably wouldn't see it in this photo anyway.
The Yu Darvish card makes him look like he's pitching on a prison squad.
Hey, a Complete Game in the yard. Some of the inmates won't be happy.
You know Nolan would go inside on an inmate. He isn't scared of anything.
Maybe I need him to high and tight on my dizziness.
That would scare it away.