The mailbox can unkind again today, but it will not keep me from showing you another awesome part of the 1967 Topps Autograph collection.
On January 6, 2009, I sent this to Mr. Tiant at his home in Massachusetts and 9 days later in my mail was a great surprise. Mr. Tiant signed the card in a beautiful blue sharpie! What a gem!!
Card #377 in the set, Luis Tiant was a Cleveland Indians to start his career, but made his name as a Boston Red Sox. To learn more about his life and career, check out his biography at wikipedia.com.
If you have not seen "Lost Son of Havana", I highly recommend it. Very nice movie and story.
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