Found October 20, 2012 on Plaschke, Thy Sweater Is Argyle:
I completed my fifth trade with Cam from Cardboard Heaven. You can refresh your memory on the first here, second here, third here, and fourth here. Cam and I had been working on this trade for a while - the delay was on me - and though it took some time to complete, it ended up being another great deal. First up, a sweet Jered Weaver Team USA jersey swatch.I love the photo Upper Deck used. #MERICA.Cam surprised me with a second Weaver relic, which is much appreciated. I love me some Ginter.I was very pleased to find the above in Cam's trade bait, and quickly requested it. It's only my third Seager card, to go along with a base card from a Team USA box set and a blue parallel USA relic I posted on a while ago. High hopes for the young man, I have.And finally, something that will be to the horror of my fellow Dodgers' bloggers and friends. Yes, I traded once again for a San Fran autograph. Numbered 146/700, it's my first Matt Cain auto, and while I'm no Giants'...
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