This chair it's like a chair and in a science fiction movie or something just eats up cords and sometimes my shoelaces. You're the first thing I do when I come in your. On Saturdays is. I turned the light on. Those -- the gulf geyser like Greg they're in the dark they they work in the dark. Greg is like -- judge in the natural mean every day in that room were -- sits today. And actually matches at the lights off to write -- the glare but what's with the deal with that you guys know. That we do have electricity in there where you wouldn't be at the computer we do have. -- and is that right is that what it is I don't think that's it for Greg at a -- his explanation is his his answer to a that reminds me of the -- allow -- that there's some room here that the sign says WGR staff -- really. In almost ten years under working your -- overbay and is a room with three big lockers. And mailboxes for the guys like your paycheck goes into this. This lounge. There's. There's no well. The attorneys say there's no video games are -- there was once in the early days we got a golden team machine in there which was fab. But there's no lounging there's no coffee isn't coffee in the building there's no coffee or you know anything. And into the ground water thing -- there nothing no no water thing now we have dumpsters and there. -- have broken tables and dumpsters like something else going on in there and and that locker is my office like I don't. Have an office I sometime it'll put things in that locker they moved to the locker. When and get bumped out of an office president of the manager one candidate so. No like my office is a locker in allowance and the lights are always often they're like you're supposed to. Not turn those lights on because. You might disturb the chairs and tables that are -- expensive. They don't call it is a complaint by the -- -- complaining. I'm just seeing. References on each waiter. Sued the death of former sabre Paul sear the pulse here. Don't have them on. Anywhere else on Google or -- thing. Like that yet but. Trustworthy guy that I followed Dave Davis is mentioning the Paul singer died. That guy a arm -- a whole lot about his life but he got to get some issues in his playing days. And certainly did have. Some -- he was probably best known for his slap shot Paul -- with the sabres. In the -- try to get you some more information on that. Most of my hobby. Topics today that you know is gonna sound silly because this is a show about art collecting. Are really geared for collectors. Mean a lot of things that I'll bring up and met through an -- talking about are not. Topics that you really have to be that knowledgeable about collecting. -- bottom engage with or at least that's the that's the idea. But time today it just turns out that a few things that I thought about that a planned to have to bring up at least you know maybe. Our relief with collectors in mind and I'd like to mention a couple of those and and get started here with that. Before I do let me just tell you again that the phone lines are open for you on the show the whole hour if you ever got a question about an item. A player I don't like collect this guy -- -- wanna get back into it what should I do. I've got this what's it worth my friend is this thing what's it worth. Anything like that at the very least a listen to the and try to give you some kind of advice. It's possible but I give good advice possible we'll have no idea I have. Almost totally drifted away from. All the new releases in the hobby. Which I suppose probably makes me on qualified to sit here. And and do the show because I do still get questions from people what do you think the 2012. -- mean mean. So -- so I have no idea what they're making. And it's just been. A long time since I've bought anything new if I have money to spend in the hobby. And it sometimes happens that I do all by vintage that's just entirely what I'm doing and -- relieve. -- re explained urges redefined kind of what my. Idea here with the show is in conversations. And in some some things have written. Just to say like it's more my spin. On on life as a collector than it is any kind of reporting. Or anything like that so I hope hopefully. Some of you enjoy. 8030550. Is the number. I wanna talk about centering. Now people call and people who just have old car -- sometimes. Look at them may be an effort try to figure out what do with them. And often. People know enough we don't have to be a big card collector to noticed common sense really people know enough to know that condition is important. And one. Big factor in condition is the corners. And if you have a card that has four sharp corners you're over here if you have a car that has swear in terror in the rounded or even bench a little bit. In -- over there. Corners are important if I ask people I tell people make sure -- honest about the condition your cards corners I think -- be electorate through the first thing. You do you think about. But centering. Is. Courtesy bigger exactly but may be it is mean bigger too. The the big collectors. Appetites. Then senator Ben corners rather centering which you have no control over when you open a -- your card you couldn't. Just buy you some great fortune. Find a five cent pack of early fifties Topps baseball. In a box somewhere in your -- today. But this is government opened a could have a Mickey Mantle -- something like that and open it and the cards are pristine. Part from whatever -- things might be on the ones on each on each side. Org column in the later years. Apart from that you could have. Perfect. Untouched it's just a dream. But the centering you can't control and the surrendering. Has a lot to do with the grade. I don't talk about this a little because my experience in buying rated cards in and knowing more more collectors Somalis trying to. Expand the network meet new people I'm always looking forward -- conversations with people about collecting. -- mean with a lot of stuff that actually comes up during the week. Bill sabres to sports stuff. And I try to get away from it not work but as far as Carrasco just the opposite and anything let's talk about cards I'm. Ready to drop everything and do that. So. Centering is an area where people. Don't know about you know and they don't know the importance of it. So they figure out what I heard Mike on the radio talk about grades in like August cars perfect it's got four sharp corners and edges are great. And there's no scratch on -- like that good to go. The card is outset is off -- not good to go in fact it's all most. Not even worth upgrading. A card as clean as it might be as old as it might be if it's way off senator. He really is a bomber and a lot -- a lot of collectors who spend money. Have an attitude about centering. It's just got to be setter and even cards that are not marked almost see by the greater by PSA are like that that are not designated for being off center but. You can look at it conceded that. The picture is a little bit the laughter the right up -- down. And it's say the greatest of seven. On such a card a seven is not a seven there -- not all created equally. And the one that sent -- well. Will sell better than the one that isn't. Now there are two schools of thought about that and one is like a cool one. And the other is the one that I think a lot of collectors just don't want to admit to. There's the woman the stigma. When it comes to buying. Rated cards or just. Getting them -- anything along these lines. The one that's better Saturday is the one were -- but he says they wanna be. I have two seven's of 1957. Making -- for enemy. And one is centered seemingly perfectly and the other one is it maybe the other one has other attributes that are better. Which is why they have the same grade. It's the -- one that sells for more and sometimes it's a lot more. So not all the grades are equal and this is interesting to me because. Really while people in collecting tend to say. That they prefer. The -- one. I'm not sure why that has to be true there's a stigma about the guy who says he's just buying the grade and techno and says. People might do it sure a lot of people do it trying to collective. Seven rated set something. And you have an opportunity to buy a few Internet. As well Saturday as you'd like. Maybe with that the prices lower. So I think most of the time you would do it. But don't like to admit to this. And I know it's a little bit of of a narrow. Topic compared to some other stuff like could be talking about and I admitted that up front that this is -- collectors topic. But if you have an opinion about it maybe you're someone who is into this hobby is I -- I'd love to hear you talk about it of the gets some conversation going about this. I have a a friend who is a big collector his name is mark. And I was talking him recently about this and he said. That he feels the opposite way and it may be like him so much. That he was taking the the -- Side of the argument right away just. Yeah I don't. I don't need the well senator -- and his point was -- this point his point was to me. And the set again just saying I -- numbered as have to via a seven grade but. To me the seven that's all sinner. Is better. Because it's. The rest of it is and is bad off. From what human Wednesday it you know -- the corners are probably better and to me was saying that's a better card than the one that setter must have a little bit more aware somewhere. Because of those two cards have in the same grade I hope that makes cents -- want this to be. And if it's not something you know about her even as we care about at least -- want to be able to -- them free to follow. So anyway you have you know two different kinds of -- mentality here. And I I think I'm with mark I I'm not gonna go out and look for off -- cards but. I don't need them. To be well -- like it doesn't mean that much to me I liked his point that. If they they are well centered and there's something about -- -- is irreparable that they haven't been touched up as much but you can really if you look up. Big cards and that's not just you know the 52 mantle or hold a swagger army cards that. So 400 dollars or more which is a lot of them fifties and sixties you look up those card's look up the stars. Of those years. You concede plenty of those cards on eBay and you can compare and you'll notice that if you look at them closely the ones that are centered. Will sell for more. Then the the other ones. Now this is a point that I've pretty much known about for a few years and I've talked to a few people about this is no revelation. On my behalf to something to bring up. One thing is as far as what's new. Goes one thing that I've been thinking about lately with my collecting and it had a pretty good week to spend some time on my stuff. And it's that Tom there is really in this is. True of so many things there's really no substitute. For knowledge and experience. And while you can look up now mean the Internet again this is a parallel to so many other things in in life when you could look up no information about. You know it. Checklists or just at your fingertips all the time you wanna see a certain card is in a certain set how many cards are in a certain set. Prices selling prices all the information. That there is on line so easily. -- by. There's no substitute. For knowing. From experience which cards have sold for better than others really a book good point within this is which cards in this set. That are not of the star players which commons. -- sell better then others which ones are known to be off senator. Mean there's the guy who collects 1978. Topps baseball. There's the guy who does that and knows that the big card and it would be -- -- rookie and knows that the Ryan sells well and you know has all this information. But then there's the guy at the top of the heap who knows that Bob Watson. In that set. Is. Expensive. In high grade because of if -- -- -- it's centering your -- I assume that it is but because of issues in the production of that card the guy who knows which are the short print cards. A price guide can tell you but. The person who has the knowledge has the edge. And doesn't need to resort to the computer or other means to to find out what's what when I was in Toronto for that card show a couple of weeks ago it was so. Longing for that because I couldn't get online and walking out my iPad what shall do wouldn't show and if card appeals to me just to a quick you know Internet search and what should -- be paying for this. And -- I've got my information. Working in here a lot of times that's what happens somebody mentions something you don't know what you think you need to know when you just go to the computer real quick and look it up. Mean don't we all do that. In a lot of situations. But in Toronto I wasn't able to do that. I don't think it's because they don't have the Internet there in the case because -- couldn't get couldn't get on so that was mostly funny so anyway that person has the edge. Andy they know what the short print cards are they know where were the you know the seek read this sneaky good byes are because this guy is well centered and that's a tough card in -- knows that and I don't so that's really I mean it goes without saying I suppose. -- to be able to. Have that kind of information but the learning is valuable. So -- that's all I've been thinking lately about this it's justified but not. In a position where I can afford be buying any thing. And I tend to be a little bit lazy when it comes to selling -- not often. Running from my house scanning cards or posting them on eBay or anything like that I should do more of that than they do. I'm not in that mood but I am in the kind of a relaxed mood well what do wanna do lately is just. Read up on some of these sets try to learn about which cards are the the ones that the the insider really knows the score about 1976. Baseball. You know if you you collecting your pretty. Savvy -- you know pretty much an avid collector. That 75 as the George Brett rookies of the 76. Brett would be the second year in and that's okay he's a hall of Famer. But if you really know it you know that card is another one of those cards it's very very tough. To be well senator wherever it was positioned on the sheet when they cut the cards or whatever happened. To it that caused that. That's super tough in like an eight or nine because of centering so. You know like you said as with most things the more you know the better off. -- -- All right so I've been talking a lot. 8030550. Is the number if you got something you wanna know more about if he got something you wanna sell can you think all of a player. Fourteen or anything like that that you like to. Be starting out collecting I've met someone recently who is just getting into it he's been asking me for some advice about how to do that. And actually sold him a couple things that. I think -- he's enjoyed having that opportunity. To get started right away like that and and not have to buy on the Internet you can buy from someone that Adam you know open. Medium somewhere and deliver the deliver the merchandise. And -- it'll tell you a little bit more about him in just one. He's been asking is someone that you know sports fan collected as a kid like so many of us and now kind of wants to get back into it. But about it you know talk to somebody. Also no offense meant you even in their. You've been in their swing of batters on. I notice what's gonna wanna. When I got one of the guys from WB and -- baseball coach means showing me is fungal bad. Oh you are only heard pounding on the ground is that though that was my rage. Not yea those are the ones that says that it you know only pre game win. You know I was cover in the buys his game yesterday by the weight -- EGR 550 economic story -- -- on the margins. On the buy it well unveil the -- -- two home runs he did hit two home runs is as perfect an unbeatable for the game and we were talking about. Batting approaching what you're thinking at the plate and I told them what mine used to be in any at all to home run so while I said after the game to bread is being the PR guys that he can buy me wings anytime he wants. The you know for me offering my advice yeah he'll be calling he's got 200 and something home runs and as my early career but yes so alive anyway I was watching Wally back -- -- one of those fungal bats and he's like a wizard with a thing. He can hit it in May go straight up for the catcher elected almost high school coach that that's all that stuff he can throw it hit it and have a go straight up. Yet brilliant hit it up in an elevator shaft yes that credible that is pretty good I I don't doubt -- would be skilled with the Longo. He was also back I'm betting skilled with the -- go in the preakness today. Ironic I head up high school band was called skilled -- -- long ago. All right give us a call if you would you talk about collecting or sports 8030550. I might show and this is the hobby on WG -- Welcome back to the hobby. Heard every Saturday morning 8 to 9 eastern here on WGR and online at WGR 550. Dot com still always excited to get email from people who -- outside of Western New York. Which show him. Is great mean there aren't that many. Collecting show is anywhere. And this one's a little different as this sort of got into before just that I'm not. Teen on the new products in Estonia sort of my week was sparse collecting goes in trying to bring up. A couple of players who were in the news different subjects. Whatever happens happens on the show so I am glad to do it and two to give me call and talk about collecting her. An athlete somebody that's interesting to you. Some item that you found anything like that you know works 8030550. Is the number the lead story in baseball last night it would probably be Justin. Verlander taking a no hitter. Being too with the ninth inning. It would have been his third no hitter and that is a pretty elite group of pitchers but he didn't get their Josh Harrison. Got hit with one out in the ninth for Pittsburgh. A soft line drive up the middle. And that was it Verlander did arrest one hit shutout. Recently we've been asking I've been. Asking like on the show last week who you think the best pitcher in the game is. And for -- certainly got a lot of votes and lot of mentions. I don't know why I'm not as quick to put them number one I I like Halladay on experience a little bit more Keisel safer for me. But I think if everybody has their best night the answers Justin Verlander no doubt you group that. Hard argument two no hitters and taken another one this far he's gonna really be kicking himself after that though breaking ball on an 02 pitch into right. He's really going to be kicking himself but -- an eye on their best night. It's hard to take anyone but him but consider that elevate threw a no hitter in the playoffs and throw perfect game so old. I don't know I still have Halladay at the top of my list is not up to the best start but I think that you know he's been such a horse for such a long time though. You know Verlander is now going on three straight seasons of putting it together here so -- it's tough to argue with any of and. Justin Verlander has. To if I'm if I remember right the one in. Toronto last year prior to that he pitched one. Maybe against Chicago. Not sure I've got a list that doesn't look I'm not sure this is a good latest list of pitchers with more than one no hitter. -- unseat berliners name on it so might be at least two year old book. I've got five guys in baseball history with three or more. Nolan Ryan was seven it's tough to -- sandy Colfax with four. And one of those was a perfect game Ryan never had a perfect game. Bob Feller. Cy Young -- believed did have a perfect game a -- taller but this one recently because rube Waddell who was also all fame pitcher made the last out. While it may have had a pinch hitter. They didn't do that a hundred years ago but still -- Waddell wasn't a good hitter if you're down your last out of the ninth inning giving -- a base runner. Does what they'll need to bet there. -- is playing video games for all the pinch hitters in the dugout and maybe. And the only other name with more than two quarter the -- I'm looking at no hitters in the history of baseball is a man named Larry Corcoran. Born August 10 1859. 143. Games in 1880. With from the Chicago. White stockings. That would in the National League that's kind of confusing because the white stockings. Or the White Sox but there was no American League in 1880. Only 43 games. Anyone that says only that three no hitters. He became the first man of course to throw two no hitters in a career. And then I'm. His third stood alone until 1965. According to Wikipedia. And apparently the cellular. Apparently Corcoran. Threw righty and lefty. We have a guy like that now in the -- Early yanks in the Yankees -- the might think normal pants you know they have the make it to zero. -- -- made a new rule you can't that he can't change during an at -- that's right he's got to stick with it whatever maybe right. Because one night a switch hitter kept walking to the other side of the plate he kept switching gloves and -- just became a mess and it figured out why. -- Is -- was an actual writing he's still alive. He pitched four innings alternating. Throwing arms on June 16 1884 because his right index finger was inflamed. And he's also credited with creating the first method of signaling pitches -- his catcher which consisted of moving a wad of chewing tobacco in his mouth. To indicate what pitch would be thrown so he called the pitches by which side of his mouth his tobacco -- He died at age 32. In New Jersey this man threw three no hitters they are later throughout from. There were hospitable they -- all the guys they were he -- was two outs last night from becoming I believe the six. Pitcher in baseball history to get to three. I'm I think he'll do it and you know he hands it -- that. It's hard to predict but if there's any guy who has Nolan Ryan like stuff. He might have Nolan Ryan stack up velocity curve ball with better control that Brian. I think he could throw a perfect game. I -- I don't lawyers say that com. Ryan was great but why old sometimes and is he got first all time in walks yeah I think his winning percentages in March. So for Verlander you know longevity will be -- That's what Nolan Ryan. He really stands alone. -- great pitchers are these is over that 41 those are 40. Yeah. I would guess 44 but I'm in Niger when he pitched one when he pitched to one -- Oakland. I think you -- against Ron Allen thought it was in 91. That's I think right but was with the Oakland one after the -- run number seven. Well was not sure was that the day where there was two on the same day was that some files though that was doing the same day -- day -- Stewart and Fernando Fernando but Dave Stewart was in Toronto. The tangled webs we Wheaton. Also doubt that this has anything to do with cards but I'll -- via a little bit of something on that. With this Paul sear the report is on a website called greatest hockey legends dot com -- a link to it. On my Twitter feed here. It says former Buffalo Sabres player pulse a year has passed away was forty years old. Kendall Hanson of CH DK news says -- past we have a heart attack -- suffered from diabetes. Related health issues. 1982. Draft the sabres had three of the first sixteen picks Scotty Bowman ran the sabres. They pick Phil mostly at six. One -- after Scott Stevens. To. Washington believe that you're drafted by Washington. House leeway at six -- Wear number six senior was picked ninth. And Dave -- chuck was picked sixteen. And I just -- I I guess at before I don't remember about -- that he had a a big slash I was kind of fast and -- darling was. Kind of stylish when announcing his name regenerate to -- -- of those guys in the and eighty sabres the you know people fans. Like polls here he was cool but you know also that team was known for just falling short year after year after year. So I'm sad news for sabre -- polls here reported dead at age 48. Marty Brodeur. And the doubles host the Rangers today game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals Broder at age forty. The only man or one up to. To start or appearing. Play off games both in his forties. And as a teenager. Marty Broder. And I love Marty Broder. He's one of these guys go as far as card collecting goes that. It's just kind of sad that the rookie cards are so cheap because of when they were made 19901990. Score for Broder. The card show it Batavia downs that I set up -- with my friend Bob -- a couple of months ago a guy came around with a small group of broke her rookies that he had seven or nine of them. In its other cards too is looking to sell them and -- was an interest stated anything else he was selling but when I got too -- her he said he wanted. Five dollars each. For the broad -- rookie I think it might have been seven. And I just said yes. A couple of guys but that I mentioned that to later teased me about it like wait a minute. You're the dealer here on this side of the table you just don't say yes disposed to negotiate you know exposed to get. Your price or whatever it's 35 dollars about seven Broder rookies. So welcome. I sold a couple. And then -- -- a couple. And I've got a sort got a stack of him from ones I had before and I love Marty Broder so the -- is super cheap. -- -- He's in disputed indisputably an all time great and just too bad broader nick Lidstrom Brett Favre. Emmitt Smith to an extent -- guys from around those years that the rookie cartridges. Dirt cheap because of the the mass production and just that the direction in the hobby went in in those years by. Still the -- artists connect Q2 keys to staying in their and a Jersey throughout improbably on draft day. In his got a little mustache means a teenager. And you know who knew looking at that at tech guy in that picture what kind of a career. He would have still going strong and the doubles have the home ice today for game 311. In that series a talked about centering some today wanna tell you what my latest infatuation. Within within cards is what set have been. Just working on the most lately. And a -- call 8030550. Is the number you wanna get on and talk about collecting with me I might show and this is the hobby on WGR. Last night but fell short. The catcher with a record for most no voters caught. Is Jason Varitek I did not know that Matthew tells me that he had four. Not in order necessarily know mole Derek Lowe Lester and buckles. For Varitek or -- Boston. And that Nolan Ryan's last no hitter was the one against the blue jays ahead. Re arranged that one with the when he threw an Oakland but against the seventh and final no hitter of Nolan Ryan's career was in. Texas against Toronto in 1991. We should mention speaking of pitching as we often do in here meant to and I am a hobby. Is the retirement of Kerry Wood. Yesterday Kerry Wood. Arguably. Through the greatest game ever pitched. Twenty strikeouts -- braves 98. Astros cubs cubs Astros -- 98 yes 9820. Strikeouts three balls left the infield. And nowadays with the that the statistical revolution. Strikeouts are worth more. Then groundout to fly -- Like there there -- more and this I think makes sense of an indication of the pitchers greatness a better performance. You want every -- -- almost every pitch you throw you wanna miss the bat with. So -- what did plenty of that that day and that I think he had a better career. Then a lot of people would just think off the top of their head mean he's been -- meddling relief pitcher for a few years now but he was dynamite for awhile for playoff teams. Gary would yeah he. Better than people give him credit for plus you know it looked like his career was done any work really hard to get back in play in the majors again which is an accomplishment not at all. Announced. Or it just came out yesterday that he would pitch one more game and then retire. In a 32 game I don't know if it maybe you didn't have to play out this way yesterday they were two to going to the eighth. Beckham homered off so -- and the cubs went to carry would have struck out this year go on three pitches and laughed -- by by Caroline. Here is Joseph on WG RI -- -- -- show this joke from like you haven't. He had an extensive football collection cycle from 1962. The president 96 is 63 had. This set of clear that start -- they have felt the camp from -- before they're president have cops and many -- -- it. He had that all ensure route taken every set it to someone. OK I think I can answer this I went about insuring my collection. And I talked to a few people about it. IE. I already had this but I -- a detailed spreadsheet of everything I owned and what I what I ultimately found out. Is that it was it would be covered in my homeowner's policy. Because and I don't know the terminology by. There's a section where the cut the value of the contents of the house. Okay and the the value of the collection was low enough. That it -- suffice that that that. Insurance a -- east but if that's not the case then. You might wanna see about. Am adding something else I think you should you're you're asking me that I would I would agree with you. And I am -- talk to your agent because. It's definitely worth doing my my agent didn't know much about it until he started looking into it upon my request. So why am definitely would be be insistent and and make sure you get across that this is important you because. Yeah it's south gets stolen and her you know damaged. All right yeah zone. And it is quite extensive collection that's why one hand and -- just chase some that they have. It sounds like that it's a beautiful sounding collection those sixty's football sets and I happen to think a lot of them are undervalued to. Right right and some of the subset -- there's enough I think these. Our work more than that a complete set itself. Yeah I give me an example of that I don't know a lot about the sub sets football in the six. In 1970 when you have the OJ rookie. If I get -- nice that an excellent condition for maybe 3400 dollars. But the two -- that they come -- Super sized cards where they're on. Really sick are plastic. And and then and glossy cards. And notable for almost 300 bucks this each. While the glossy cards the rounded corners right exactly. Excellent and and so on in the 1970 items -- subset to the office. Well you treated when they exaggerates. It and they have a lot of duplicate the water that we can we get together. It's doing and I I collect that stuff I have a tough time finding it not the sub sets I don't know a lot about those but I am open to it. But sixties football yeah I've got I've got a couple Philadelphia sets but the you're the AFL is more in my -- I'd rather of the AFL sets like you do. Right that's like collect this 68. Through 63 clear. You know great -- I'd love to do that I'd love to do that. And a great kid can you hold on a minute so maybe Matthew would be kind enough to take your number and we'll give you call you're okay thanks show. I'm of the trading. All right. What's go to Paul next hi -- go ahead. Hey good morning to you. I heard you talking earlier about how sometimes turns her unexpectedly. Higher in costs just because of stuttering issues on that particular herd yeah I the most horrible story missile. And all -- talk about you wanna do it and when on Friday. And I would Cano opened up by a plentiful peachy -- discovered you don't do with him for a but at the same dynamic and -- aperture logic that maybe they did note too much about perhaps baseball and and I knew in my head from -- it's somewhat the that axle. Talented players in the high numbers of mid sixties. Both for a lot of money could you can't find them in great condition all right I -- rush Snyder 66. But there books for 25 but that must be averaging. Really nice conditions missed cuts in with the ones that are really well centered and sharp Beckel for like 800 on eBay. This guy was suffering from 1990. Talking down -- -- -- well though he didn't immediately out of all this guy. Why did he can't vote for that they would turn the only saving thing for me for that trip. Knowledge -- power. You know what I thought I don't know what year old PG hockey you were thinking about but I I have a very nice 689. Set the first modern LPG set. Missing two cards one of which I sold because it was in high grade in the other I've never had the vest and a card with worst lead in national. So I went up there and I've done this before too like I assume I'm gonna see it. At that show. And no one -- -- like I -- in May may be there were a couple that were torn you know but like the that was just a super tough card that day. So yeah good for you I mean information. It's invaluable the knowledge and experience you have will certainly pay off for you when debt. Yeah and stole. When he took her short from having every tapped -- Baseball from 1952 to 2011. Is that right listen to these two calls now. What like give me a couple of big ones are missing. Many rookies. Yeah 55 -- rookie 67. Are you particular on condition and Iran get at least six a little -- to be there to be Roddick and created man what could be expander better. And I try to get them at discount any day and then patients are placed only 22 so it's it's the big ones are waiting. So -- -- -- are just -- I'm Clinton down in the 67 I number another one bit of an ever goal for what the book says. You all set on -- fan and 52 and three my great uncle. You know what I remember him -- -- when I was a kid. Governor elect a street Louis browns after they get that emblem. Pepper it's Canada. -- there's there's a page Jersey Mitchell and that's. You know. Just like him but newly made Satchel -- Jersey with that that guy's face on -- yeah. Well Paul that's that's good luck with that I'd love to get updates on earlier you're doing as you get closer to. Collecting the -- I try to return for one month -- all we do it. And we'll see -- that Montrose. Yes good luck you wanted if you wanna send me a list may -- can help you I don't know. Two and try it you got to regroup all right email me a list and -- -- five I don't know might have anything and he probably not. Sounds like you're you know do you really great edit. But maybe I know somebody who would sell one we can bring together -- moment that. Oh good all right thank you Paul semi email you want Paul anybody show as CH OPP at WGR. 550 dot com. Thanks for listening it looks like we have a beautiful. Weekend shaping up to go one more thing forming your -- One more little no hitters that. Nolan Ryan head to 184 no hitters broken up in the seventh inning later the next most ever is Randy Johnson with a lot quicker those. It's 24 times he went into the seventh inning where they would have had the MLB network update headed existed he's go to the -- right money. Four time so that means 31 times he. Had no hitters through six. Right. Pretty good on. Big hobby deal -- Ryan. Is one of those guys that stands a ball of his numbers and his numbers are amazing. Not wins losses but. He's he's better than his numbers comment day Nolan Ryan. Colfax. Mantle of course one of those guys thank you Matthew. We'll -- enjoyed today's show we ought to start date for every every -- Every Saturday. Have a nice week everybody I'm Mike show this is WGR.