Today let's try our luck with a plus size Heritage pack. I had some bad luck on a regular Heritage pack a little while ago
and so let's see if that bad luck stays with me.
Greg is the Mariner's #1 prospect
and could be the best player from The Netherlands since Bert Blyleven.
|#362 Greg Halman [RC]|
I recently did a little post on Billy Butler and his new contract with the Royals
over at the my home blog.
|#275 Billy Butler|
Which Tommy Hanson
will we get this season? 11-4 Tommy Hanson or 10-11 Tommy Hanson?
|#63 Tommy Hanson|
Brian started out as a pitcher but was eventually moved to the outfield. A few days ago Brian was cut from the Spring Training
team and so he'll start the season in the minors.
Kung Fu Panda has apparently slimmed down
|#204 Brian Bogusevic [RC]|
for Spring Training, which is certainly news...
|#40 Pablo Sandoval|
The latest episode of The Onion's Sportsdome has a hilarious segment of "Who Would You Kill?" with Kevin Slowey...but you don't take my word for it
|#166 Kevin Slowey|
I don't think I'll make a go of completing this set but might do some of the insert sets or collect all the "floating heads" cards.
|#58 Wins Leader Roy Halladay/Adam Wainwright/Ubaldo Jimenez|
It will be interesting to see who the Royals will put at 1st base this season Billy Butler or Kila Ka'aihue? No Royal has had over 100 RBIs since 2003 and could Kila be the player that breaks that streak?
|#481 Kila Ka'aihue|
Here's what The Onion thinks of John Lackey
|#336 John Lackey|
|#123 Aaron Hill|
Ivan is about 180 hits short of 3,000
|#181 Dillon Gee [RC]|
but he hasn't had that many hits in one season since 1999.
|#262 Ivan Rodriguez|
And my chrome cards was a Bobby Abreu.
|#C-80 Bobby Abreau Chrome #1765/1962|
|#4 Ben Zobrist|
|#20 Johnny Damon|
|#152 Jim Riggleman|
Rather have Billy Butler than Kila Ka'aihue on my team. Ka'aihue given so many chances but shown to be a big swing hitter. Butler can hit, put a player on base, and get a double.
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