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1988 Score – Gavin Floyd

I made this Score set a while ago and I need to post the rest of the cards that I made so that when I make my new template I don’t have any of these left. Since I will be at the Sox game tonight with Gavin on the mound I thought that it would be a great opportunity to get this card out there. (more…)

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2011 csd Preview – Ramon Castro

Ramon came to the Sox to be the backup to A.J. Pierzynski at catcher. That has to be a fairly easy job as A.J. does not like to sit out many games. Ramon has made the most of his chances though. He caught Mark Buehrle’s perfect game in 2009. From what I have seen in batting practice he has a lot of power as well. He hits some tape measure shots when they are just thrown in there. If he could only transfer that to the games. (more…)


2011 csd Preview – Gavin Floyd

Since Gavin came to the Sox in the Freddy Garcia he has been one of the most frustrating pitchers for me to watch. I don’t mean that in a bad way. He has such great stuff that you expect a near no-hitter almost everytime he takes the mound. That being said he has been a solid pitcher for the South Side, and is expected to be part of the great starting staff the Sox have this season. (more…)


1981 Fleer – Gavin Floyd

I was not too happy with how small my first attempt at the 1981 Fleer card was so I decided to try again. I really could not find a card online that was big enough for a decent template. I tried again with a different card, but I think I ended up with the same result. I used a Rangers card that was a little bigger, and just changed the team name. I can make a couple teams with this template now. (more…)


1989 Donruss – Gavin Floyd

We reach the end of the 80’s with a 1989 Donruss card of Gavin Floyd. I was originally just going to go to here, but I thought I might just go to the end of my collecting days. Right around this time was probably the most I was into the hobby. Around 1989 to 1990 I was out buying my own cards, and trying to pull players like this young kid named Griffey. (more…)