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Old 09-16-2007, 08:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Mickey Mantle Joe Dimaggio Alex Rodriguez Cut Auto 3/3

Very nice topps co-signers triple cut auto...

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Old 09-16-2007, 10:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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To Bad A-rod's isn't a nicer cut...that card would be awesome.
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Underneath Arod's signature it says, "2004 - present". They surely didn't make the mistake of saying his rookie year was 2004 did they? Man, if that was the case, and he just hit homerun number 500 this year, he's going to more than shatter Bond's record.
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The seller also mentions multiple times that this "3/3" card is a "1/1". Are you kidding me? This is really getting old, and I know we have talked about it several times on here, but, does this also mean the 2/2 is a 1/1?

Since the 1/3 is a 1/1 being the first one made, and the 3/3 is a 1/1 being the last one made, could the 2/2 be a 1/1 since it's the ONLY card that's NOT a 1/1?

I wish I could pull that card, because for humor sake, I would actually state it's a 1/1 for this very reason in my auction just to see what people would say.
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Underneath Arod's signature it says, "2004 - present". They surely didn't make the mistake of saying his rookie year was 2004 did they? Man, if that was the case, and he just hit homerun number 500 this year, he's going to more than shatter Bond's record.

under tri-signers it also says New York Yankees, so I take it that they put 2004-present because that was his first year as a yankee.
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Old 09-16-2007, 02:18 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Ahh, got it. Thanks!
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The seller also mentions multiple times that this "3/3" card is a "1/1". Are you kidding me? This is really getting old, and I know we have talked about it several times on here, but, does this also mean the 2/2 is a 1/1?

Since the 1/3 is a 1/1 being the first one made, and the 3/3 is a 1/1 being the last one made, could the 2/2 be a 1/1 since it's the ONLY card that's NOT a 1/1?

I wish I could pull that card, because for humor sake, I would actually state it's a 1/1 for this very reason in my auction just to see what people would say.
You mean the 2/3 1/1, right?
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You mean the 2/3 1/1, right?
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The seller also mentions multiple times that this "3/3" card is a "1/1". Are you kidding me? This is really getting old, and I know we have talked about it several times on here, but, does this also mean the 2/2 is a 1/1?

Since the 1/3 is a 1/1 being the first one made, and the 3/3 is a 1/1 being the last one made, could the 2/2 be a 1/1 since it's the ONLY card that's NOT a 1/1?

I wish I could pull that card, because for humor sake, I would actually state it's a 1/1 for this very reason in my auction just to see what people would say.
im having horrible flashbacks of 4th grade math all over again
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