Tim Lincecum Was A Collector!

Its always great to see the same people that we collect cards of, do some collecting of their own. I was a big fan a couple of years back of Phil Hughes of the Yankees being into the hobby so much that he would preview cards that he was signing on the Beckett Message boards. Recently I stumbled upon an article that talks about Tim Lincecum collecting cards. The article isn’t actually about him but its rather an ESPN writer, Jim Caple, going to a shop where Lincecum grew up and taking a look at today’s baseball cards. He opens a pack of 2010 Topps Series 1 in the article and of course, he pulls a Lincecum card!
The article itself is a great article, it talks about the thrill of opening walks, especially at a hobby shop! Seems as if many people still enjoy cards, I mean what’s not to enjoy about them right? The article even kind of gives credit for a couple being married 42 years simply because the husband gives his wife a pack of baseball cards every year for her birthday. Try showing your wife this every time she attacks you for having a card collection!
Kudos to DJ’s Sportscards in Renton, Washington for having this article done about them!
Enjoy!
Play Ball America,
Cesar

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