In return, I picked up a great package of cards.
I don't often remember specific games unless they hold huge significance. Though my fellow Dodger fans and bloggers will probably finds this outrageous and traitorous, I distinctly remember watching all of Tim Lincecum's debut outing. It was a late afternoon game if I recall, and I was firmly planted in front of the television not only because I was excited to see Lincecum, but because his opposite number that day was Cole Hamels, my favorite non-Dodger pitcher.
I do believe it's Hammer Time. Hebrew Hammer Time, that is.
And now we turn to the vintage portion of this recap.
'64And finally, this WalMart exclusive:
Thanks for another great trade Matt, I'm sure we'll complete another one in no time.