The second show I went to today was on the other end of the metro area, so it was about a half hour drive to get over there from the first show. You can see part one HERE
I usually don't pay to buy baseball cards, so I had never been to this show before. But after seeing the different vendors, I think I will be checking it out again. I spent a little more than I was comfortable paying at the first show, so I focused on dime boxes at the second show.
Not sure why but the other shows I go to rarely have any common cards from 1977 - 1981, so having a bunch for .10 each was awesome!
Another dime box was full of oddballs:
I did find one great deal on a vintage card:
I didn't get Reggie Jackson's Autograph (he was signing at the show), but I did get to see Tony Oliva again! He was getting a coke from the vending machine. He wasn't signing today, but just was hanging out.