Found April 15, 2013 on Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
PLAYERS: AJ Ellis
TEAMS: Los Angeles Dodgers
A couple of recent pickups that were acquired separately but belong together for obvious reasons. First up, Kid K in either short or super-short-print form.I'm honestly not sure which but it's at the least rare-ish. Kersh hitting is appropriate considering how putrid the Dodgers have been with the bats in '13. I fully expect that to change, though. Anyhoo, let's move to the other half of the battery.Numbered 152/199, it's a sweeeeeeet black parallel of A.J. Ellis. I had to bite on this bad boy the second I saw it existed. I love the picture of A.J., black parallels are awesome generally-speaking, and Ellis doesn't have a lot of solo cardboard.
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