Finally get another chance to update this thread with 13 successes...
(These return dates are rough estimates)
C/O Kansas City Royals in 107 days and signed 2/2
Cool success from the Royals OF. He had a pretty good year with the Astros hitting 18 Home Runs and the was traded to the Royals later in the 2013 season. I needed the 2013 Topps for my set.
C/O Atlanta Braves in 110 days and signed 2/2
Nice success from the veteran pitcher. He has been a starting pitcher, relief pitcher, and closer throughout his career. He was always a underrated pitcher and is a free agent entering the 2014 season. I also needed the 2013 topps for my set.
C/O Arizona Cardinals in 170 days and signed 7/7
Nice success from the Cardinals backup QB. He got the chance to start last year vs. the Rams but struggled and I hope he can continue to progress, he has all the skills in the world but is inconsistent. I said in my letter he could keep as many as he wanted but he was nice enough to sign all of them, even including bible inscriptions on a couple of the cards.
C/O WZGC FM in 30 days and signed 5/5
Very nice success from one of the most versitile players in the NFL. He is one of the only pro QB's who played WR and returned kicks as well. He had the nickname "slash" for playing so many positions in the NFL. I was lucky enough to meet Mr. Stewart at the University of Colorado and he was very nice and made me even more of a fan.
C/O Home in 30 days and signed 3/3 and included and cool oversized Packers card.
Awesome success from one of my favorite Packer players of all-time. He is still the Packers all-time leader in sacks and in my opinion was one of the most underrated pass rushers in his prime. He was nice enough to inscribe PHOF '13 for Packers Hall of Fame in which he was inducted into in 2013. He also wrote Jesus! on all of the cards which is pretty cool. Really nice success!
C/O Chicago Blackhawks in 176 days and signed 1/3
Very nice from the Blackhawks D-Man. He is pretty underrated and often gets overshadowed by Keith and Seabrook, but he is always been a solid player in his time in Chicago. He is a 2 time stanley cup champion and I hope he can help bring in many more to come.