20 April 2015

Josh Reddick 2010 Topps Series 2 Autograph

Here is another card that has been sitting in my post queue for quite a while. It's a Peak Performance Autograph card of Josh Reddick from 2010 Topps Series 2. I haven't seen a lot of these pop up, so I jumped on it when I had the chance. The card highlights Reddick's short stint with the Red Sox in 2009.

Reddick now plays for the A's, who have got quite the little feud going on with the Royals right now. The A's lost the 3-game series with 1 win and 2 losses, but Reddick did get a home run in the A's lone victory. I guess the little battles with hard slides, beanings, and ejections serve to make the game a little more fun for the fans, although it all sounds like an injury waiting to happen to me. The dialogue in the video I shared seemed to favor the A's a bit more than the Royals, although in reality there seemed to be plenty of blame to go around on both teams. I did like the short cameo from another PC guy of mine, with Billy Butler shown spectating from the dugout. With all this exitement going on, I will definitely need to get my MLB.tv subscription up and running in time for these teams' next meeting at the end of June.


  1. It was an extremely hard slide by Lawrie that I could understand why the Royals thought it was dirty. It should have ended when Ventura hit Lawrie. The extra stuff when Herrera threw behind Lawrie was a little over the top. Esecailly when Herrera pointed to his head. Makes for good tv!

    1. Yeah, the slide was pretty aggressive. It's all pretty silly, but I guess it's not really any sillier than any of the drama that goes on at an office job. It just happens on a bigger stage.