Friday, October 15, 2010

Dodgers Police: 1981 Set - Part 4

I am back with the final installment of cards from the Dodgers 1981 Police set. Check out Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3.
I don't remember Pepe at all, but your afro is awesome! Plus, your helpful tip on the reverse of this card is surprisingly simple and needs to be taught to every kid out there.
Hey, Bobby. 1981 was Castillo's last year with the Dodgers.
Skateboarding is not a crime!
I love Mickey Hatcher, and I will never forget his incredible performance during the 1988 World Series run. Unfortunately, Mickey was traded to the Twins for Kenny Landreaux just before the start of the 1981 season. So, this card is a bit prematures and we would have to wait a few more years before experiencing the magic from the man who would lead "The Stuntmen."
RIP Steve.

Auto Collection: Green Auto Patch

I apologize for my disappearance over the past week or so, I've just been buried by other things. On top of that, with the Dodger season over I figured a few days off from the virtual world might do some wonders.

Anyway, now that I'm back I figured I'd start nice and easy with a pic of another card from my own collection. Here is the front and reverse of Shawn Green's 2004 Upper Deck SP Game-Used patch and auto card, numbered 48 out of 50. This card is much cooler in person. It is very thick with the front die-cut along the sides to give it a 3-D look. Plus, I love that the patch is obviously from his Dodger uniform. There is nothing worse then getting a patch from a uniform you know isn't Dodger related.