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(11-26-2012 08:46 PM)michaelpoyma Wrote: I have the same problem, especially from mid 80's - early 90's. It's a lot of work, but why not mail a card to players and see if they'll autograph and send back? Some guys who have been out of the game might be willing to sign.
(11-26-2012 10:12 PM)jlandry287 Wrote: That's a really good idea, how would I get their address to send it to??
(11-26-2012 11:19 PM)x5ofspades Wrote: This may sound horribly wrong and i dont mean it to at all. But i would love some unwanted common cards, My dad is a teacher and recently started a sports card collecting and trading club, I would love to help him out and these kids who show up often for it.
But donating to a school near by or a YMCA would be an idea, or you could donate them to a church or local charity who needs gifts for young boys and girls for christmas/ other holidays that happen in december.
There was a member doing a Kards for Kids for Kristmas check him out too.