Who is this?
Newark Bears outfielder Tim Raines Jr.
What is this?
An autographed 2010 Someset Patriots team set card
Where'd I get it?
Raines signed it for me before Monday's Newark Bears game.
How much did it cost?
The autograph was free, and my Dad picked up the team set when he went to see a Patriots game earlier this month. It really didn't cost me anything.
Why is this so special?
Tim Raines Jr. is the son of former Montreal Expos star Tim Raines. They got to play together in four games for the Baltimore Orioles at the end of the 2001 season, and for the second year in a row Raines Jr. is playing for his father's team.
Though the younger Raines is not the player that his father was, he did appear in 75 major league games. At age 31, he still has the speed to steal bases and he's one of the best players on the Newark Bears team. However, it's unlikely that he'll have another chance to play affiliated baseball at this point in his career.
Below is a Bowman Heritage card showing Raines Jr. as an Oriole that he signed for me last year.
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