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(03-04-2012 08:11 AM)scottzoe Wrote: Nice collection! My 1970's Red Sox scrapbook is long gone, but the cards and other memorabilia are still around. My current Yaz card total is at 471 different, which is only around 12% of all his cards. I'm sure there are many larger collections out there. One of my favorite Yaz cards is this one....
Obviously it was someones favorite card back in the day, I have a nice condition one too, but this one has more character!
(03-08-2012 01:28 PM)zeprock Wrote: I've got a Yaz story. He was my favorite growing up in Maine during the late 60's and through the 70's. I would imitate his stance and hold my bat high during our neighborhood games. In the late 80s I worked (and still do) at the local NBC affiliate in Bangor, Maine and Yaz came up to do some tv commercials for the local Chrysler dealership. Our tv station handled the production and I got to work on the ads and in fact even did the voice on one of them. Technically I was in the same ad as Carl Yastrzemski although it was just my voice at the end. I met him and he signed some of my old cards for me. I should've had him sign some of my less valuable cards but didn't realize at the time that I was de-valuing them.
(03-04-2012 08:11 AM)scottzoe Wrote:
(08-27-2012 04:08 PM)flatfoot816 Wrote: greetings !!
just stopped by the site to sub some cards and decided to join. Long time CU board member and major Yaz collector. Running out to dinner but look forward to sharing some of my Yaz stuff and having some fun. I currently have the #2 Yaz Master Set on the CU Registry and a whole host of other stuff. See ya soon!