This doesn't represent a re-start of this project. Technically, I never ended it such that I would need to restart it. But, to be sure, it dropped off my priority list as I started to see the end of my 1956 and 1972 Topps sets come into focus. It also doesn't represent a restart in the sense that I am probably going to stop most hobby activity as The National gets closer. I have goals for that show that exceed my normal hobby spend limits. So, while I do have one other player collection pickup to show, expect it to continue to be quiet hereabouts as I conserve resources.
Not that you could tell given my general lack of blogging even when I am active in the hobby.
Anyhow, I picked up this Joe Sewell for $23 delivered. Sewell played in the majors for 14 years, 11 with Cleveland and 3 with the Yankees. He played on two World Series winning teams; the 1920 Indians during his rookie scampaign and the 1932 Yankees during his penultimate season. He was a talented middle infielder primarily playing shortstop for the Indians and sliding over to third for the Yankees, who had Lynn Lary and Frank Crosetti holding down the 6. Joe came from a baseball family, with brother Luke clocking in 20 seasons in the majors. Brother Tommy turned had a one game, one at bat career with the Chicago Cubs. Additionally, cousin Rip Sewell had a 13 year pitching career, primarily with the Pirates. Joe Sewell was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977 by the Veteran's Committee.
You may be wondering how I am doing on this project. Here is my progress:
What I am listening to: Midnight Train to Georgia by Gladys Knight & The Pips
Goodness, 40 years later, she's still got it!