Cards have helped a little.
Here's a photo update on where I'm at with those mystery bags:
The bags have been opened and stacked. I've pulled out some cards for myself. The rest will be sorted out by team and shipped out to some of you. Any extras will be thrown into a shoebox and brought into my classroom... when I'm allowed to return.
Unfortunately... I can only sort a little (maybe an hour or so) each day. Sitting on my office floor wreaks havoc on my back and being laid out with a sore back is one of the last things I need right now.
I'm guessing I'll have everything sorted sometime this upcoming week. In the meantime... I'll continue to scan cards, read blogs, plan online lessons, attend school related meetings (online), listen to records, eat unbalanced meals, and start watching Money Heist on Netflix.
2012 Panini Golden Age Historic Signatures #RL
Back in 1970, he robbed a local bar and was given a five to fifteen year prison sentence for armed robbery. During this prison sentence, he played organized baseball for the first time in his life and he discovered that he was pretty good at it. He wasn't the only one to make that discovery.
1971 Topps #208
Through a friend, Billy Martin heard about LeFlore and gave him a tryout with the Detroit Tigers during a weekend furlough.
And the rest is history. Like I mentioned earlier, I'm not skilled at writing summaries. However if you're interested in reading his entire story, click here. Like Money Heist... it's pretty interesting.
But if that's not your cup of tea, then you can watch LeFlore's streets to stadiums story which was made into a television movie here.
Okay... I'm off to watch an episode or two of Money Heist. Hope all of you are enjoying your weekend.
Happy Saturday and sayonara!