I'll be honest: at this point I can't think of any other punny or clever titles for when I post Freehan stuff. Let's get on with the cards, shall we?:
Bill Freehan 2001 SP Legendary Cuts Debut bat
Bill Freehan 2005 SP Legendary Cuts Classic Careers patch (#15/50)
Bill Freehan 2005 SP Legendary Cuts Glory Days Material Gold jersey (#33/75)
These are three of the four Freehan hits I picked up most recently--all at very reasonable prices, I might add. To start with, I like the 2001 card because I have another famous Tiger from that set: Alan Trammell. Considering how simple the design is (it WAS sort of the early days of relics, after all), it still looks pretty nice, and includes a fairly satisfyingly large bat chip.
The SP Legendary Cuts patch is actually pretty great as well. It's only a single color, so it's more along the lines of a Topps "patch" than a true gem, but it's still a beautiful Tigers orange (even if the scan doesn't quite convey that) that stands out from other single-colored swatches.
Last is one of the Glory Days relics from the same set, and that card features a more familiar single-swatch color: gray. At least it's not just white! Bill looks pretty happy on all three cards (two of which used the same photo--also very Topps-like!), and why shouldn't he have been, since these photos WERE taken during his glory days?
I always love adding Freehan stuff to the PC since he counts as both a Tiger and Wolverine. In terms of his counts, I now have 15 total hits after today's additions, and 40 different cards (including a 1/1) in his PC, with more to come!