A couple textbooks, some Topps RHR's, and WHAT! Diez sobres!!!

tigsfan

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I wonder how many of you brushed up on your foreign languages after today's title. ;) Yes, that would be Spanish for TEN ENVELOPES!!!

All in 10 days too (who would've guessed)

Sal Butera 2/2
Jeremy Giambi 3/3
Geoff Jenkins 2/5 - kept the rest, which all would have turned out better than the two he signed. Both badly bubbled and will trade for an upgrade
Doug Jennings 2/2
Tom Kelly 1/1
Les Lancaster 3/3
Gregg Olson 3/3 + note on website
Danny Patterson 2/2
Jeff Reardon 1/2 - kept other
Mark Schlereth (Dan's father and ESPN NFL analysis) 1/1

RTS:
Royce Clayton
Craig Paquette (used the old address, oops!)

Mr. T's Comment: Mr. T is taking today off because of how much typing it would be today. He would just like to thank these people for taking the time during the holiday season to sign his mail, and quickly. :)
 

tigsfan

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Congrats on the nice haul! I like Mark Schlereth on ESPN, but I have not heard of Dan Schlereth, what does he do?
Good question, so I'll try to give you a little more info than you really need.

Dan, Mark's son, chose a path to the big show as a left-handed relief pitcher in MLB. He was originally drafted and signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2008 (26th overall). This was after playing for the University of Arizona for his 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years of college (with now Tigers RHP Ryan Perry), so it was close to home for him.

Dan made his MLB debut w/ Arizona in 2009, and I believe stuck around with the team for the rest of the season after he was called up. But during the offseason, Dan was part of the big blockbuster trade that sent OF Curtis Granderson to the Yankees and RHP's Edwin Jackson to Arizona and Max Scherzer to Detroit.

My scouting report is that he has a good arm, but at time makes the wrong pitch. He will develop into a decent closer or a good left-handed specialist depending on Leyland's choices for the 2011 bullpen. Right now he appears to be the #1 LH now that Phil Coke will be a SP.
 

jrchoholic83

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Wow, that was a lot of info! Thanks!

Good question, so I'll try to give you a little more info than you really need.

Dan, Mark's son, chose a path to the big show as a left-handed relief pitcher in MLB. He was originally drafted and signed by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2008 (26th overall). This was after playing for the University of Arizona for his 2nd, 3rd, and 4th years of college (with now Tigers RHP Ryan Perry), so it was close to home for him.

Dan made his MLB debut w/ Arizona in 2009, and I believe stuck around with the team for the rest of the season after he was called up. But during the offseason, Dan was part of the big blockbuster trade that sent OF Curtis Granderson to the Yankees and RHP's Edwin Jackson to Arizona and Max Scherzer to Detroit.

My scouting report is that he has a good arm, but at time makes the wrong pitch. He will develop into a decent closer or a good left-handed specialist depending on Leyland's choices for the 2011 bullpen. Right now he appears to be the #1 LH now that Phil Coke will be a SP.
 
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