I'm still in a bit of an unmotivated state in terms of posting despite having lots of great cards scanned and ready to show off, and a death in the family will further take away from what little focus I have here in the next week or so, but at least for today I'm finally getting off my ass and getting down to business.
With my last Sportlots post centering on Tigers legend Lou Whitaker I bet you're all not too surprised about today's start, brand new Hall of Fame member Alan Trammell. As you might expect, his name came up a lot in terms of availability from the sellers already in my cart because his cards mostly hail from the junk wax and 90s era that may be the most representative on the site.
Because I picked up so many cards (a number still dwarfed by the final player in this series), I'll probably be a bit more concise in my summaries for each scan. Besides, in most cases the cardboard can speak for itself!
a great trade package from Fuji back in December.
Lou Whitaker and Geoff Zahn (in a post from the end of last October. Man have I been dragging my feet on posting!).
In the end I added over 100 Trammell cards thanks to this purchase giving me a milestone-passing total of 315 of the HOF SS. I'm thrilled to both pad and diversify my PC of one of the all-time great Tigers, a guy whose career I enjoyed very much.
With this post in the books I have one more player to get to, and he'll require two separate posts due to the sheer volume of incoming items. I don't know when I'll be putting those up but I do look forward to sharing them with you. Until then, congratulations to Trammell and the other deserving members of the 2018 MLB Hall of Fame class!