Sunday, November 1, 2015

Wanted: Topps Heritage Baseball Cards

I am working on completing Topps Heritage Baseball Card sets. Listed below are some of the sets that are in progress. I would prefer trading as I have many cards available for your want lists as well. Contact me at dugoutdug@gmail.com if you can help.

The strike through a number means that the card has been part of a trade, but not yet received.
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2013 Heritage

       430
440
469
487






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2012 Heritage




















427 467
461 479
501-600

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2011 Heritage Baseball









430 493
460 498
471
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2010 Heritage

114462477
411466478
437469480
444472486
448474494
454476



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2009 Heritage

426454479695
427456480700
428457481704
432458483708
433459485716
436460486
437461487
438462488
439465489
441466491
442467492
445468494
447469495
448470496
449471497
451473498
452477499
453478


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2008 Heritage

150 454 519
315 459 538
381 462 547
432 469 595
435 470 648
441 475
447 479
448 488
450 489
493
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2007 Heritage

5 222 321
40 231 348
41 240 365
130 248 366
131 249 374
139 275 393
150 276 402
158 284 410
168 293 429
204 302 455
213 312 491
492
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2006 Heritage

1 255 294 326
2 266 295 330
18 271 300 332
25 272 304 340
35 274 307 342
55 279 308 344
70 281 310 346
76 282 312 349
95 283 313 350
99 287 318 400
123 292 322 407
293 323
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2005 Heritage

5 425 456
20 428 458
30 430 459
101 431 460
135 433 461
260 434 462
292 435 463
400 436 465
401 438 467
402 439 468
405 442 469
406 443 471
413 444 472
414 445 474
416 449 475
418 450
420 451
421 453
423 454
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2004 Heritage
4 420 448
28 424 452
198 425 453
398 428 454
399 431 455
400 435 457
401 436 462
406 437 467
407 441 468
409 442 469
410 443 470
417 444 473
418 447 475
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2003 Heritage

25 377 403
53 382 408
250 390 414
364 392 415
368 395 424
369 397 429
374 399 430
375
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2002 Heritage

53 377
82 386
104
244
375




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2001 Heritage 
311 332 354 377
312 334 355 378
314 335 356 379
315 336 357 380
316 338 359 383
317 339 362 384
318 340 364 385
319 342 365 392
321 344 367 395
323 345 368 396
324 347 369 398
326 348 370 400
327 349 372 405
330 351 374 407
331 353 376
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Thursday, March 8, 2012

1967 Topps Hal Lanier #4 San Francisco Giants


Today's entry in my 1967 Topps Autographed Baseball Card collection is an infielder who later turned into a Major League Manager during the 1980's. It is Hal Lanier, second baseman for the San Francisco Giants, card number 4 in the 1967 Topps Baseball card set of 609 subjects.

This autograph was obtained through a reputable dealer off of an internet auction site. Hal Lanier beautifully signed the card with a black sharpie. As of March 8, 2012, I have accumulated 571 different signatures in my collection of 1967 Topps Autographed cards.

Hal Lanier played 10 seasons in the major leagues, with the San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees. His career started in 1964 with the Giants, playing second base, shortstop and third base during his time in the big leagues. He was traded to the Yankees at the end of the 1971 season and played 95 games over the next two seasons in New York. His career statistics include a .228 batting average, while hitting 8 home runs and driving in 273 runs while playing 1196 games. His best season was his rookie campaign in 1964 when he batted .274.

After his playing days were over, Hal Lanier worked as a coach and subsequently as a Major League manager for 3 seasons. He won a World Series ring as a third base coach for the 1982 St. Louis Cardinals. Mr. Lanier was hired as Manager of the Houston Astros in 1986 and led the team until 1988. Hal won the National League Manager of the Year Award in 1986 while leading the Astros to a 96-66 record and a playoff appearance. His career managerial record was 254 wins against 232 losses.