If you've been reading along, you know that I received a large box of packs from Hot Corner Cards. In addition to all kinds of packs, there were stacks of Indians cards! I am VERY late in getting these posted and saying another HUGE thank you to Pat for these cool Tribers.
This is part 2 of 3 posts showcasing all the stacked Indians cards from the Hot Corner.
Check out that Albert Belle "Cut to the Chase" die cut! Very cool. I love the photos on some of these, and the artwork.
Up in the left corner is the green foil I mentioned in the last post. Fleer Ultra really took the whole "flaming ball" thing to heart, eh.
The card in the middle (1981, what my brother and I called the "hat kind" due to the hat on the card) is one I've had in my collection since it came out. I opened a pack when I was a kid and kept it ever since. Well, I opened lots of packs, but that was in one of them. You know what I'm saying, right?
That checklist always looks like he is drinking a Coke when i look at it. Anyone else seeing that? No? Just me? Okay.
There were a LOT of Tom Waddell cards in these stacks. I'm not sure just what that means.
If I ever had a second baseball card made, I'd want the pose Martinez is sporting in the bottom center.
You know, I don't think Mark Lewis aged a bit during his career. Swisher sure seems to be happy in his card.
Thanks again, Hot Corner Cards for these cool Tribers!