Thursday, March 1, 2018

Time Travel Trading Update #5

The kids today call it FOMO, or fear of missing out. To Chad Kuhl, it was just fun to crash parties he wasn't invited to. He heard about this secretive party happening in Thurmont, MD and Kuhl just knew he had to check it out.

When he got there, he decided to scope the place out first. He peeked in the windows and saw everyone was dressed in either military uniforms or lab coats. OK, so he wasn't properly attired, not a problem. "Deep breath. Stay cool. Act like you belong there." He whispered his mantra quietly to himself, approached the front door, and knocked. The blow to his head was timed pefectly so that as the door opened, he fell inward onto the floor, unconcious.

"Looks like we have another volunteer, gentleman!"


My initial idea for Time Travel Trading was to open a random pack of 2018 Topps and see what I could trade the cards for. So far, I've been able to trade away 10 of the 12 cards from the pack, and now one extra card! I was offered a trade by Greg from The Collective Mind, but for a card I listed in a Payday Pack post. Since the initial contact was made in the comments section of a Time Travel post, I saw an opportunity to expand the Time Travel stack even further!

I shipped off this card...

2018 Topps #187 Chad Kuhl
...and got this in return:

Thanks for the trade, Greg! Not a bad trade at all, if I do say so myself! As always, you get to benefit from this. The "other" Brett is now available in the trade stack - all you have to do is offer me something older!

The Time Travel Trade Stack:

2018 Topps
#135 Atlanta Braves (TC)
#180 Ryan Braun

2013 Topps Update
#US84 Stephen Drew

1990 Topps
#18 Carlos Quintana

1979 Topps
#455 Bill Lee

1978 Topps
#24 Don Money
#193 Rich Chiles
#347 Terry Forster
#445 Mike Ivie
#471 Roy Smalley
#581 Lynn McGlothen

1977 Topps
#294 George Medich

1971 Topps
#89 Ken Brett
#177 Hal McRae

1964 Topps
#305 Jack Lamabe

1962 Post Cereal
#58 Frank Malzone

1956 Topps Davy Crockett Orange Back
#54 The Alamo's Answer

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