What a weekend. The Redskins…well, it was simultaneously frustrating and exhilarating to watch. I think it’s obvious at this point that this isn’t a playoff team, though. Yet again. I’m happy though, as it looks like all of my fantasy football teams are going to win. Excellent. I believe this is my fourth season playing, and I’m finally starting to get the hang of it. It also helps a lot to have two out of my three teams easy to manage on my phone.
I keep seeing headlines about Ryan Zimmerman being kept out of the lineup, so it looks like they’re going to do what I thought they should: keep him out to the end of the year. It’s not long now, anyway.
Oh, also received a few trades in the mail on Friday. It was a busy weekend for me, though, so I’ll have to scan them in and post them tonight/tomorrow. For now, thanks to Cards on Cards and Tribecards! You guys rock!
Now let’s take a look at what transpired on the blogs over the weekend…
- Baseball Card Bust featured Heath Shuler and his oddly hairless legs.
- 1973 Topps Photography featured epic mutton chops.
- Wrigley Wax showed off some 1953 Bowman, the “Heinz” set.
- Play at the Plate opened some 1993 Donruss Masters of the Game.
- Bdj610 opened a pack of Allen & Ginter.
- Bob Lemke sought info on the 1951 Fischers Bread label releases.
- Condition: Poor showed off a bunch of great 1960 cards.
- The Great Sports Name Hall of Fame showed Geronimo Berroa on an A’s card in a Visalia Oaks uniform. Uhhh…what?
- It’s Like Having My Own Card Shop featured all of Dave Stewart’s rookie cards.
- The Greatest 21 Days featured Darrell Sherman, a prospect that I once revered.
- 30-Year-Old Cardboard completed his 2006 Fleer Greats of the Game Reds set.
- Night Owl Cards talked about why it’s important to have a “most wanted” list (need to do that).
- The Beckett Blog pointed out a wrinkle in the Million Card Giveaway.
- The Other World opened two packs of 2010 Bowman.
- Night Owl Cards continued the night card tourney.
- 1978, The Year it All Began shared pics from his time on the field with the Mariners back in 1980.
Have a great day, everybody!