Baseball Card Haiku Project #18: 2003 Topps Brad Voyles

In which I write Haiku-style poetry about a potpourri of baseball cards I found in a value pack. Because, well, it’s my blog.

2003 Topps Brad Voyles

VoylesToppsTotal2003I have to admit

I don’t know how many sounds

Are in Brad’s last name

Baseball Haiku Project #17: Todd Hollandsworth 1997 Bowman

In which I write Haiku-style poetry about a potpourri of baseball cards I found in a value pack. Because, well, it’s my blog.

1997 Bowman Todd Hollandsworth

Hollandsworth1997BowmanTodd Hollandsworth’s card

Red-and-black border has he

Swing, Batter, Batter

Baseball Card Haiku Project #16: 1990 Topps Jeff Kunkel

In which I write Haiku-style poetry about a potpourri of baseball cards I found in a value pack. Because, well, it’s my blog.

1990 Topps Jeff Kunkel

Kunkel1990ToppsJeff Kunkel, cool name

What a awesome name to say

This was his last year

Baseball Card Haiku Project #15: 1992 Score Ellis Burks

In which I write Haiku-style poetry about a potpourri of baseball cards I found in a value pack. Because, well, it’s my blog.

1992 Score Ellis Burks

EllisBurks1992ScoreEllis Burks played for

the Red Sox in Nineteen Nine-

ty two. Centerfield.

Baseball Card Haiku Project #14: 2007 Bowman Carlos Silva

In which I write Haiku-style poetry about a potpourri of baseball cards I found in a value pack. Because, well, it’s my blog.

2007 Bowman Carlos Silva

2007BowmanCarlosSilvaHe’s Carlos Silva!

Righty with a signature

That looks a bit weird

Baseball Card Haiku Project #13: 2005 Bowman Melvin Mora

In which I write Haiku-style poetry about a potpourri of baseball cards I found in a value pack. Because, well, it’s my blog.

2005 Bowman Melvin Mora

2005BowmanMora

Melvin Mora played

Mainly for the Orioles

Made three All-Star teams