1961 Topps Yastrzemski...and enigma
I like the card. I'll say that right off the bat. I have had collectors love it and I've had collectors hate it. Recently, I began doing re-do's of some of Topps uglier cards. I was surprised (always am--as I like the card) when I got a request to "re-do" it to a more attractive card.
I understand the colorization was a third party and they used an old photo they obtained so the card has a more "52ish vibe".
But I'd like to see more artistic cards regardless.
I wonder what you guys think of the '61 Yaz and the way it presents within the set.
"You've gotta be a man to play this game...but you'd better have a lot of little boy in you, too"--Roy Campanella