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Private Signing Opportunity With Former MLB All-Stars Tony Fernandez And Bill Buckner!!!

Private Signing Opportunity With Former MLB All-Stars Tony Fernandez And Bill Buckner!!!

These private signing opportunities comes courtesy of Craig Nyman, autograph expert and friend of ’30-Year Old Cardboard’

Tony Fernandez
Signing to take place in March
5-Time All-Star
4-Time Gold Glove Winner
1993 WS ChampCards – $10 + SASE
Any Other Item – $15 + SASE

tony fernandez

Bill Buckner

Signing to take place in March

1980 NL Batting Champ
86 WS Play
2,715 Career Hits

Your Items
Cards – $10 + SASE
Balls/Flats – $15 + SASE

16×20’s and 86 WS Items – $20 + SASEMy Items
ROMLB – $35 – shipped
8×10 – $25 shipped (Cubs or Red Sox)
86 WS 8×10 – $30 shipped

bill buckner

Please email me to reserve a spot in any of these signings.

Please send item(s), SASE (your SASE can have US Postage on it as I will return items from the US), and payment (payment can me made by Personal Check, Cash, or Paypal Gift – craig_nyman@hotmail.com)

Craig Nyman
41 Yeoville Ct.
Hamilton, ON, CANADA
L9C 5W4
905-807-9379

NHL Legend Eric Lindros Added To The Fergie Jenkins SIgning Event In Late September

NHL Legend Eric Lindros Added To The Fergie Jenkins SIgning Event In Late September

The Fergie Jenkins Foundation has just added NHL legend Eric Lindros to their already impressive line-up for this month’s signing.

Here are the details:

Eric Lindros: Cards – $20, Pucks/Flats – $25, Jerseys/Sticks – $50

Amd just in case you missed it, here are the details for the former MLB’ers:

Fergie
Jenkins Foundation, Inc. September Event Mail Order

September
22nd, Niagara Falls, ON

Please Mail Items & Payment (Checks
payable to the The Fergie Jenkins Foundation) to:

Fergie Jenkins Foundation

PO Box 664

Lewiston, NY 14092

*Please include SASE for return shipping

Ferguson Jenkins
Chicago
Cubs, Hall of Fame 1991
1971 NL Cy
Young
Cards – $20
Balls/Flats
– $25
Bats/Jerseys
– $50
Dave Stewart
Oakland A’s, Toronto Blue Jays
89’ WS MVP, 89’ & 93’ WS
Champ
Cards – $20
Balls/Flats – $25
Bats/Jerseys – $50
Jesse Barfield
Toronto Blue Jays, NY Yankees
1986 MLB HR Champ, AL GG, AL
AS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats – $20
Bats/Jerseys – $40
Willie Wilson
Kansas City Royals
85’ WS Champ, 80’ GG & SS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats – $20
Bats/Jerseys – $40
Duane Ward
Toronto Blue Jays
92’ & 93 WS Champ, 93’ AS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats – $20
Bats/Jerseys – $40
Kelly Gruber
Toronto Blue
Jays
1992 WS
Champ, 1990 AS, GG, SS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats –
$20
Bats/Jerseys
– $40
Tony Fernandez
Toronto Blue
Jays
93’ WS Champ,
5xAS, 4xGG
Cards – $20
Balls/Flats –
$25
Bats/Jerseys
– $50
Mike Timlin
Toronto Blue
Jays, Boston Red Sox
4x WS Champ,
92’, 93’, 04’, 07’
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats
– $20
Bats/Jerseys
– $40
Meadowlark Lemon
Harlem
Globetrotters
Basketball
Hall of Fame 2003
Cards – $20
Flats
(all sizes) – $40
Basketballs/Jerseys
– $75
Bobby Bell
Kansas City
Chiefs
Pro Football
Hall of Fame 1983
Cards – $20
Flats – $25
Footballs/Mini’s/Jerseys
– $50
Pierre Pilote
Chicago Blackhawks
Hockey Hall of Fame 1975
Cards – $20
Pucks/Flats – $25
Jerseys/Sticks – $50
Johnny Rodgers
College Football Hall of Fame
1972 Heisman Trophy Winner
Cards – $15
Flats – $20
Mini’s/Footballs/Jerseys –
$40

Private Signing With The Fergie Jenkins Foundation – 8 Former MLBers In Attendance!!!

Private Signing With The Fergie Jenkins Foundation – 8 Former MLBers In Attendance!!!

The headline says it all.  And here are the details:

Fergie
Jenkins Foundation, Inc. September Event Mail Order

September
22nd, Niagara Falls, ON

Please Mail Items & Payment (Checks
payable to the The Fergie Jenkins Foundation) to:

Fergie Jenkins Foundation

PO Box 664

Lewiston, NY 14092

*Please include SASE for return shipping

Ferguson Jenkins
Chicago
Cubs, Hall of Fame 1991
1971 NL Cy
Young
Cards – $20
Balls/Flats
– $25
Bats/Jerseys
– $50
Dave Stewart
Oakland A’s, Toronto Blue Jays
89’ WS MVP, 89’ & 93’ WS
Champ
Cards – $20
Balls/Flats – $25
Bats/Jerseys – $50
Jesse Barfield
Toronto Blue Jays, NY Yankees
1986 MLB HR Champ, AL GG, AL
AS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats – $20
Bats/Jerseys – $40
Willie Wilson
Kansas City Royals
85’ WS Champ, 80’ GG & SS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats – $20
Bats/Jerseys – $40
Duane Ward
Toronto Blue Jays
92’ & 93 WS Champ, 93’ AS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats – $20
Bats/Jerseys – $40
Kelly Gruber
Toronto Blue
Jays
1992 WS
Champ, 1990 AS, GG, SS
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats –
$20
Bats/Jerseys
– $40
Tony Fernandez
Toronto Blue
Jays
93’ WS Champ,
5xAS, 4xGG
Cards – $20
Balls/Flats –
$25
Bats/Jerseys
– $50
Mike Timlin
Toronto Blue
Jays, Boston Red Sox
4x WS Champ,
92’, 93’, 04’, 07’
Cards – $10
Balls/Flats
– $20
Bats/Jerseys
– $40
Meadowlark Lemon
Harlem
Globetrotters
Basketball
Hall of Fame 2003
Cards – $20
Flats
(all sizes) – $40
Basketballs/Jerseys
– $75
Bobby Bell
Kansas City
Chiefs
Pro Football
Hall of Fame 1983
Cards – $20
Flats – $25
Footballs/Mini’s/Jerseys
– $50
Pierre Pilote
Chicago Blackhawks
Hockey Hall of Fame 1975
Cards – $20
Pucks/Flats – $25
Jerseys/Sticks – $50
Johnny Rodgers
College Football Hall of Fame
1972 Heisman Trophy Winner
Cards – $15
Flats – $20
Mini’s/Footballs/Jerseys –
$40

1988 Fleer Superstar Specials – Card #635 – Tony Fernandez, Cal Ripken, and Alan Trammell

1988 Fleer Superstar Specials – Card #635 – Tony Fernandez, Cal Ripken, and Alan Trammell

“AL Slugging Shortstops”

Tony Fernandez, Cal Ripken Jr, and Alan Trammell are three shortstops that can be considered superstars.  In 1987 all three enjoyed outstanding seasons which measured up to their precedent-setting seasons of the past.

Fernandez rapped 186 hits and batted .322.  Both figures were 7th best in the American League.  He also scored 90 runs, hit 29 doubles, eight triples, and stole a career high 27 bases.  Tony is a Gold Glove winner and this year he led all American League shortstops in putouts. 

Ripken, baseball’s Iron-Man, again played in all 162 games, and again produced the type of numbers that baseball fans have come to expect from him.  He hit 27 home runs, had 98 RBI’s, and scored 97 runs.  He was the starting shortstop in the All-Star game, his fifth consecutive selection to the AL squad.

Trammell had the greatest season of his career.  He achieved career highs in batting average (.343), runs scored (109), home runs (28), RBI (105), and game-winning RBI’s (16).  His 205 hits were the third best in the American League.

1989 Topps – Pack #5

Here is what I pulled from pack #5 of the 6 that I will be opening today:

 Pack 5A

 Pack 5B

 Notable:  Tony Fernandez, ROY winner Walt Weiss, and Braves monster Ron Gant

Pick of the pack:  No contest – Kirby Puckett All-Star!!!