19 days was all it took for Roberto Alomar to return this perfectly signed baseball card back to me!!!
Alomar was one of the biggest stars during the 1990’s and has a legitimate shot at being voted into the Hall of Fame in January.
A 12-time All-star and 10-time Gold Glove award winner, Alomar was as gifted of an infielder as there was during the 90’s. With a career batting average of .300 alongside his 2,724 hits, Alomar excelled on offense. He compiled 210 home runs, 502 doubles, 474 stolen bases, while also scoring 1,508 runs and driving in 1,134.
Alomar was also a member of the 1992 & 1993 World Series champion Toronto Blue Jays.
I am now 2/5 on the TTM requests I sent out just 3 weeks ago. Who will come home next: Charles Johnson, Jim Palmer, or Bobby Richardson??? We’ll see…