Dwight “Doc” Gooden Appearance 12/1/13

Nov 16, 2013 | Comments(0)

Former New York Mets & New York Yankees superstar Dwight “Doc” Gooden makes an appearance at CT Card Shows!

*4 X All-Star 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988
*3 X World Series Champion 1986, 1996, 2000
*Silver Slugger Award Winner 1992
*National League Cy Young Award Winner 1985
*National League Rookie Of The Year Award Winner 1984
*Triple Crown Award Winner For Pitching 1985
*Pitched A No Hitter 5-14-1996
*2 X National League Strikeout Champion 1984-1985

Come out and meet Gooden on Sunday Dec 1st, signing time is from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

Admission $2 Dollars
Signatures on your item $25 Dollars each
Inscriptions are $10 dollars each
Photos & Baseballs sold separately

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In 2008, Connecticut Cards Shows owner, Lenny Svelnys took over the Stratford Sports Card and Collectible Show, which has been running on the first Sunday of every month at the Stratford Hotel for the past 25 years. Since Lenny’s acquisition, he has transformed the show into a must-attend hobby experience. At any one of CCS’s shows, the sports and non-sports card and memorabilia collector can find all of their hobby wants and needs in one location; from the latest wax boxes, rookie cards, vintage cards of all grades, authenticated autographs, right down to the supplies that protect them. With over 40 highly knowledgeable dealers and dozens of tables of inventory, a CCS show is the perfect place for today’s collector to buy, sell and trade vintage, modern sports cards and memorabilia.

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