Friday, June 20, 2014

2014 Topps Series 2 Baseball - The Dodger Relic and Autographed Cards

Here is a final look at Topps Series 2 Baseball.  Below are some Dodger relic and autographed cards.  Go here to see all of my other past post on this set.

There are a couple of Dodgers Strata Cut Signatures cards in the set.  They are both "1 of 1" cards.  Unfortunately, the Durocher card (#SCS-LD) has yet to shown up.  Below is the Pee Wee Reese Strata Cut Signature card.  It is currently on eBay.

Strata Cut Signatures

#SCS-PR Pee Wee Reese 

All-Rookie Cup Manufactured Patches Set

#RCMP-YP Yasiel Puig

Breakout Moments Set

#BM-8 Clayton Kershaw

Breakout Moments Relics Set

#BMR-CK Clayton Kershaw

#BMR-YP Yasiel Puig

The Breakout Moments set includes a couple of different Clayton Kershaw autographed cards.  The autographed relic can be seen below.  Unfortunately, I have not yet seen the autographed card (#BMA-CK).

Breakout Moments Autographed Relic

#BMAR-CK Clayton Kershaw

Class Rings Silver Commemorative Relics

#CR-31 Pedro Martinez

Class Rings Gold Gems Autographed Commemorative Relics

#CRA-PM Pedro Martinez

Saber Stars Set

#SST-2 Clayton Kershaw

#SST-18 Juan Uribe

Saber Stars Relics Set

#SSTR-CK Clayton Kershaw

Saber Stars Autographs Set

#SSTA-CK Clayton Kershaw

Saber Stars Autographed Relics Set

#SSTAR-CK Clayton Kershaw

Trajectory Autographs Set

#TA-DB Dusty Baker

#TA-FV Fernando Valenzuela

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Blog Kiosk: 6/20/2014 - Dodger Links - Erskine, Kershaw and Reuss

Here's another great photo of Clayton Kershaw celebrating his no-hitter from the otther night, taken by Dalton SooHoo - son of Dodger photographer Jon SooHoo.
“Congratulations to Clayton,” Erskine said. “He’s a pretty impressive fellow. He can dominate a game.”
In celebration of Clayton Kershaw’s first career no-hitter last night, the Dodgers will offer a limited number of $22 tickets to Kershaw’s next scheduled home start, June 29 vs. the Cardinals at 1:10 p.m.
Clayton Kershaw isn't the only tall left-handed Dodgers pitcher to lose a perfect game on a shortstop's throwing error.

It also happened to Jerry Reuss on June 27, 1980, against the Giants at Candlestick Park. It also was a shortstop's bad throw after fielding a grounder (Hanley Ramirez for Kershaw, Bill Russell for Reuss) that stood as the lone blemish, with neither pitcher issuing a walk.

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