Thursday, March 10, 2011

No idea post.

Sorry about the lack of a post yesterday. Ended up having to work late and then doing the Wednesday night church thing. Didn't seem to have a lot of post ideas so I'm not sure you missed much.

Still don't have a lot of ideas today either. Spring Training keeps moving along. So far the Rangers have avoided any major injuries. There actually seems to be some competition for spots in the starting rotation and a couple of guys appear to be poised to break out. Would be nice to see the pitching hang in there and give the team another great ride this season.

With the dearth of post ideas I am presenting this cyan printing plate from the 2005 Upper Deck set. This particular plate is from card number 220 - Frank Francisco. I know Frankie's no longer with Texas but it isn't every day that I can show off a 1/1. Guess there is an upside to not having any post ideas.

3 comments:

Colbey said...

Is that a printing plate framed by cardboard? Interesting...

Play at the Plate said...

What do you think about Feliz? Starter or Closer???

Spiff said...

Colbey - Yes, Upper Deck put their printing plates in cardboard frames for the 2005 set. Makes them stand out a bit from other sets.

PAP - I like him better as a closer but he would probably be better for the club long-term as a starter. That's a good idea for a post. Thanks!