Rogers Center vending machine has packs of 1990s baseball cards
Pass on the potato chips and drop your coins in this vending machine instead.
What follows likely is not breaking news to some of you, but since I haven't darkened the door of the Rogers Center -- home of the fightin' and first-place Blue Jays -- in a few years, it is to me. Therein lies the sky-scraping importance of what follows.
And what follows is this world-championship Instagram courtesy of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's most excellent Derrick Goold ...
Thine eyes do not tell tales: That's a vending machine brimming with unopened packs of baseball cards largely sourced from the 1980s and 1990s, when we were kings, you and I. Worth a spare toonie, is what this is!
Most of all, though: Excelsior!
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