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Monday, 16 December 2013
*Starts circus music*
'And now! In this year Christmas Circus we have the one and only Lastings Milledge!'
*Sound of claps*
'Our little Milledge can balance in the tip of his foot and catch baseballs that look more like eggs!'
*Sound of claps again*
'And it gets even better! He can do it on top of a line!'
*Sound of more claps*
'Here goes nothing! Catch Lastings! Catch!'
*Ends circus music*
(This post should have been aired yesterday but the blogger went nuts...)
Saturday, 14 December 2013
I was too lazy to take the cards out of the binders.
And thanks to the 'Lights Sound' the card looks weird.
That and David looks like tripping and because of that he might catch that ball.
Friday, 13 December 2013
Second Ruca...errrrrrr...Brett Gardner card in the series.
I warned you that outfielders usually have a field day in what flying and diving catches matters.
I just cannot help but think this card has some photoshop on it.
Even if it was just to put some Sfumato technique on the card.
Thursday, 12 December 2013
Today I'm seeing double.
Ben Zobrist can mimic himself ground flying (just made that up right on the fly!) to catch the ball.
Still I think is better not to work the rest of the day. It must not be normal seeing double...
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
I've always loved mister Gardner.
Even if he reminds of Ruca...
Because he looks one thing with cap/helmet on but when he takes them off...
But none the less, Brett Gardner has great flying cards.
Tuesday, 10 December 2013
Bautista here is an other side of the Flying Like a Bird collection.
You don't have to always fly to catch a flying ball.
Sometimes you have to fly for a nearly ground ball.
And in these cases, sometimes, you get to see them sliding on the ground and get all that dirt on the uniform.
(I kept trying to avoid writing 'dirty uniforms'...oh wait!)
Monday, 9 December 2013
I've already talked about that besides collecting dusty and front row cards I also collect Flying Birds.
I have yet to add the tab on the top of the blog menu bar but for now let me show you some of the cards I have.
This Ozzie Smith card was the true trigger to make me gather the cards and put them into binders.
Usually this type of flying cards are brought to us by the flying men playing outfield.
Our Ozzie is exception to the rule.
Let him fly!