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Very nice, I met him in a card store in Dallas a couple years ago (randomly). I had no idea who he was til he pulled out a Rangers card and signed it for me without even asking for it. Such an awesome guy. Congrats on the return!!
That is a cool success! Congrats!
By the way, Andrew, that is a cool story of how you bumped into Lucchesi at a card shop. Kind of reminds me of the first time I saw Enos Slaughter. He was the autograph guest at a card show in San Antonio in the summer of 1980. There were only something like 30-tables at show, and no autograph line to speak of. So, since he was being paid for a couple of hours he started walking around and introducing himself to everyone, asking if they wanted his autograph. He wound up the day, spending the last hour with myself and a friend of mine, just talking baseball and baseball history. A really cool guy! Very down to earth. You don't see card shows like that any more.