Each year during the month of October, I show off only pink (and shades of pink like magenta, peach, etc) to help raise awareness of Breast Cancer, a leading cause of death for females in the United States. For each (meaningful, non spam) comment left by those that follow the blog I donate a dollar to hopefully help at least one woman get a much needed mammogram. Early detection is key!!!
If you want to make your own private donation please visit the National Breast Cancer Foundation. There is a donate button on the main page and it only takes a minute of your time. Every little bit helps.
I have focused primarily on cards that only feature Andrew McCutchen on the card, but in recent years have also featured cards with a cameo appearance (either being seen on the card or as a name cameo on the back of the card). Last year I created Falco Files which discussed players that replaced (Shane Falco Replacements movie reference) on an active roster, number worn, or trade. I will continue to utilize these styles of posts as we celebrate the 4th Collecting Cutch Save Second Base event (I am no longer counting my first run on the Pirates Treasure Room I did back in 2014.)
Please be sure to click here for a Babe Ruth relic card I am offering as a contest prize to one lucky person who posts their own pink cards for the month. I am matching the $1 per comment on YOUR BLOGS too if you show off pink cards.
You ready to get started?
Well, let's talk about...
The most famous fictional female of all
Gal Gadot is the current face of Wonder Woman
The Israel born actress is now one of the most popular actresses in the world.
She began as a model and was Miss Israel 2004.
Wonder Woman: 1984 has been delayed twice due to the Coronavirus pandemic. It's most recent delay had the movie pushed back from this past weekend to Christmas 2020.
1984 and Christmas, yup I got a card that covers both
It is also serially numbered 12/25.
(Gavin would be so proud)
For some comment chatter below please discuss any of the following subjects: Gal Gadot, 1984 Donruss, or any female fictional heroes you or your children like.