Finally completed my Luis Tiant Master Set
After 5++ years and a lot of wondering if I'd ever get to this point, I got my last card yesterday. It's a 104 card set with some very tough cards, especially the Venezuelan's and a few obscure issues.
As those of you who work on Master Sets know, the challenge can be daunting, but I guess persistence is the key. There were a lot of time gaps and an occasional Composition change, which made the hill a bit higher, but, I got to the top.
Tiant was a huge fan faviorite in Boston during his prime in the 70s. Chants of Louie, Louie were heard when he pitched and his delivery of almost looking at the center fielder before pitching was his trademark.
Nice feeling to have the set locked up.