It's been so long I didn't even bother to title the post.

I could being this post with a long preamble about how I haven’t posted for the last week and I’ve been too busy, but we’ve been there done that.I could admonish myself for being too busy, too tired or just plain apathetic, but we’ve been there, done that as well.So, in order to get a post online, I found one page from the baseball serial numbered set that I scanned weeks ago, and had yet to post.  Page 30 it is!Card 262:  Andy Laroche,  2007 Topps ’52,  #’d 262/552.  Los Angeles Dodgers card #10Card 263:  Alexei Ramirez, 2009 Topps Triple Threads #’d 263/1350.  Chicago White Sox card #6Card 264:  Vladimir Guerrero, 2008 Topps Heritage Chrome #264/1959. Los Angeles Angels card #14Card 265:  Bobby Cramer, 2011 Topps Heritage Chrome #265/1962.  Oakland card #14Card 266:  Tony Wolters, 2011 Bowman Green #266/450.  Cleveland card #12Card 267:  Lenny DiNardo, 2007 Topps gold #267/2007.  Oakland card #15Card 268:  Edinson Volquez, 2007 Topps gold #268/2007.  Texas card #9Card 269:  Asdrubal Cabrera, 2011 Topps Heritage Chrome #269/1962.  Cleveland card #13Card 270:  Cole Hamels, 2011 Topps Gypsy Queen #270/999.  Philadelphia card #11 Favorite card on the page:  Vlad Guerrero.  Love the orange background, that’s something you really don’t see often on cards.I also like the Edinson Volquez card.  He’s turned himself into a pretty decent journeyman pitcher; it’ll be interesting to see how he fares with the Marlins this year.Thanks to Max from Starting Nine, Johnny from Cards from the Quarry, and Dennis from Too Many Verlanders for helping contribute to this page.  A couple of cards also came from Roger from the long dormant Cool Breeze Baseball Buzz blog. That’s how long this has been going on….Thanks for reading, Robert

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