15 TTM Autograph Attempts Are Out In The Mail…

Now that my Spring Training attempts at TTM are over, I wanted to jump right into the regular season.  I probably won’t send out a lot to active players but there are a ton of veterans still hanging out around the league disguised as coaches, announcers, and managers.  You better believe I am going to go after them with some gusto.  I’ve also got a nice stack of former Cubs that I want to try to get autographs from as well.

So here is my first attempt for some ‘regular season’ autographs.

The guys – Tom Browning, Damon Berryhill, Scott Sanderson, Ken Holtzman, Don Zimmer, Greg Gagne, Dan Gladden, Doug Dascenzo, Cris Carpenter, Terry Steinbach, Billy Hatcher, Jim Presley, Tommy Hutton, Cookie Rojas, and Dave Martinez.

As always, I will be sure to post my successes with you as they roll in.  And pics too of course!!! 

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7 responses to “15 TTM Autograph Attempts Are Out In The Mail…

  1. Good luck with all of those. I am especially looking forward to see if you get Zimmer’s back. I got a ’59 Topps card of him a few weeks ago that I would like to get signed.

  2. I haven’t tried to get him yet (odd because I’m a Twins fan, I know), but he’s apparently really easy and very nice. I’ve heard that he’s even sent letters back as well.

  3. And by “him” I mean Gladden. Weird that I forgot to mention who “him” was.

  4. Tom Browning just got hit with a failure to pay child support charge. That may affect his ability/desire to sign.

  5. i was thinking about getting into the ttm thing, would you be oppossed to posting a sample letter or give a few tips on what to write players?

  6. Did you get anything from Berryhill?

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