Friday, October 19, 2012

Dodger Autographs Served On A Sushi Platter

I've never sent an autograph request through the mail, but I've always wanted to. There are a lot of players and former players that I need for my autograph collection, I'm just too damn lazy to write to them. Luckily, my good friend Spiegel, from Nomo's Sushi Platter isn't as lazy as I am. He's been mailing autograph requests all year and it's definitely benefited both of us. See, we have this agreement in which I get autographs in person and he gets them through the mail, then we give each other any doubles we have. We did this throughout the baseball season.You can see some of the cards I've given him here and here.

As for my latest haul, Spiegel realy hooked me up. 

Hiroki Kuroda and Mike Marshall are my two favorites. I never got Kuroda's auto when he was in LA and I always regretted it. Now I have his sig! The Marshall is a bit of a sentimental auto for me. Mike Marshall was the first autograph I ever got. That was a million years ago at my local card shop in Chatsworth(there were five card shops in Chatsworth back in the day!). Anyway, I tore my parents place up looking for that autograph and I couldn't find it, so this is a nice replacement.

Thanks to Spiegel for all the TTM autographs. You can check out his blog Nomo's Sushi Platter here.


  1. DodgersClippersBruinsFanOctober 19, 2012 at 9:28 PM

    I'm diggin the Casey Blake. The real beard to fear!

  2. A new batch will be mailed out soon. I have some days off coming up. Thanks for the trade!

  3. New Dodger promotions (including bobblehead dates) released today. Man, this site is slow...

    1. Sorry...I was working all day. When I got home I was too tired. I do the best I can.

  4. Your doing fine bro, some people just aren't patient enough for quality

  5. Does anyone know the address for Dodger player Jose Morales he was with the Dodgers from 1982-1984. I need to get his autograph to help finish my 1982 Unocal prints.

  6. Nice! Do you have a site where all your cards and signed baseballs are on display? You must have hundreds of them!!