Marshfield is a couple hours from where I'm staying but I don't have anything going on on Saturday so I'm planing to get a card signed but the question is which Cooper card should I have signed??? We can eliminate several cards right away, meaning his cards that are already signed.
We can also eliminate any card with with Cecil as a Red Sox because for me he will always be a Brewer. We can also get rid of cards that are too busy and a signature just won't work.
Plus, I can't really get my new favorite Cooper card autographed...I've never really heard of too many relic cards that are then signed in person. I pulled this out of a retail pack of Topps Archives the other day.
|2012 Topps Archives #56R-CC Cecil Cooper Bat Relic|
So this leaves us with a couple of good options. Here are the top four contenders to get signed.
We'll start with the what I think is the nicest looking photography wise and the card design has a lot of great space for an autograph.
|2007 Upper Deck #48 Cecil Cooper #492/575|
|1978 Topps #154 Cecil Cooper|
I think a nice signature directly under the "Milwaukee" on his jersey but this Fleer design as never been one of my favorites.
|1981 Fleer #639 Cecil Cooper|
The home jersey and the photograph placement gives a great spot to put the signature that should be very readable.
|1985 Fleer #580 Cecil Cooper|
2007 Upper Deck Sweet Spot?