Nana's Vibrator: Exception, of course, is when an unnamed source (*cough* Larry Lucchino*cough*) plants the info directly with the Globe and insists they print it.
funk_soul_bubby: I'm actually with subby here. I think this kid may be special.
RAWISRADFORD: Dodger fan -But when I was ten I heard that if you sent a self addressed stamped envelope with a baseball card to a major leaguer - you had a good chance to get it returned signed.Loved baseball cards (never cared for autographs that much) - decided to give it a try - put together letters and cards to about 30 different players c/o the stadium address.About 10 replied - often times with something you could tell was presigned and either returned my card unsigned or not at all (I assumed some PR guy was doing the handling)Trammell - sent the card back signed with a thank you and signature on the letter.Whiticker - good ole sweet Lou wrote a personal letter saying he was keeping my letter - signed my card - included a signed team set a couple of 8x10s and a plush tiger all in a box that was shipped priority mail./csb
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