Custom Sunday: Four Somewhat Recently Signed Free Agents

It wasn’t technically a New Year’s Resolution, but over the past few weeks I’ve been giving increased focus to organizing my collection and the room it’s housed in. The effort has paid off in some small ways – I’ve found some items I forgot I had, I haven’t felt the need to buy packs just for the sake of buying packs, and I can actually see the fake wood grain on the top of my desk.

The downside of this is that I’ve had less time for things like custom cards. I apologize for that, but a guy’s gotta do what a guy’s gotta do.

Today’s post is short and sweet and highlights four free-agent signings done up in the style of 1969 Topps Stamps.

Andrew Miller returns to the National League for the first time since his stint with the Marlins from 2008 to 2010.

I like Miller and was kinda hoping the Mets would sign him, but I’m generally happy with the direction the Amazin’s are heading.

The Nationals signed former Twin and Dodger Brian Dozier to play second base.

…and the Yankees signed former Rockies All-Star D.J. LeMahieu to form a double-play combo with former Rockies Al-Star Troy Tulowitzki.

Finally, the Brewers signed former Dodgers All-Star Yasmani Grandal.

I did get an idea from Twitter for a non-sports custom set, so maybe you’ll see that next week… or the week after that… or never, depending on how happy I am with the results.

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