Behold! There will be cards and there will be superfluous commentary!
Here's a 1971 Topps Oscar Gamble. This is before he was famous for the hair style of the century. And yes, there are sideburns in the '70s!
Coming up next is the Opeechee contingent...in no particular order.
1984 Opeechee Steve Carlton: He was an etoile many times in his career. According to Google Translate, toile in French means canvas or cloth. I have no idea if that's right.
Then we have cards from the representatives of the most burlyingest pennant winners ever (ok, it's possible), the 1993 Phillies.
1993 Upper Deck Darren Daulton: I guess he should have tagged out the runner before throwing the ball away.
Next, we have modernesque Phillies in various uniforms.
Then, there were some cards from unique brands from the deluge-era of the hobby (1996-2005)
Lastly, there are recent cards, including the shiny and not so shiny.
2009 Topps Heritage Update Chrome JA Happ: He became Roy Oswalt, which just means he aged really quickly.
And so it comes to pass that the Troll distributeth (through a huge group break) and the contents be displayed for visual consumption. There are many more treasures to be stowed away as the Phillies red floods my credenza. So all hail the bounty of the Collective Troll!