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In the mailbox this week: Jason Motte, Todd Frazier & Gaylord Perry

I got three signed baseball cards in the mail this week.

First up is St. Louis Cardinals closer Jason Motte, a converted catcher who won the job late last year and was on the mound when the Cardinals won both the NL pennant and World Series championship.

Todd Frazier is was born in Point Pleasant and played for the Toms River team that won the 1998 Little League World Series. He made his major league debut with the Cincinnati Reds last year.

I would have led off with Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry, but this card came from a private autograph signing conducted by Chris Potter Sports rather than an actual autograph request.

To my fellow through-the-mail autograph collectors, what have you gotten back recently?

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4 thoughts on “In the mailbox this week: Jason Motte, Todd Frazier & Gaylord Perry

  1. I know this is a little bit off this topic, but did you hear that Topps announced that it plans to release a Kate Upton Baseball Card this july in one of it sets?

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    1. I take that Ms. Upton doesn’t have anything to do with baseball? I can’t really claim to know who she is or why she is famous.

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  2. She is a Model and was on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue this month. She also does commercials for EA Sports MLB2K12 for the perfect game club.

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    1. She’s prettier than the presidential candidates that Topps could be including, I suppose. And Allen & Ginter has a history of including non-sports figures in the set every year. I still prefer baseball players on my baseball cards, though. (Now if Topps wanted to sign a licensing deal with Sports Illustrated to produce a trading card set of swimsuit models, that would be something else entirely…)

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