Jeff Montgomery, Kansas City’s all-time saves leader (304), remembers his first cards and the “error” jersey he wore on the mound. BECKETT MEDIA: What does the baseball card hobby mean to you today? JEFF MONTGOMERY: “Baseball cards, man, it’s just one of those things that, going back to my childhood, it brings a lot of special memories. In transition over the years, I still have a lot of the cards I received from the card companies during my time as a player. I don’t get a chance to look through them unless I happen to be in the storage area…

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Tony Reid

From the time he was a little kid, Tony has been a huge sports fan. If he could play sports, watch sports and talk about sports it was a great day. From as early as he was drawn to sports, Tony was drawn to collecting sports cards. Not much has changed over the years. He collects RCs of star players in baseball, basketball and football. He also has a soft spot for first autographs of MMA stars. If you want to talk to Tony about the greatness of Michael Jordan, Bo Jackson or Ken Griffey, Jr. you can reach him at @reidrattlecage on all social media platforms.

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