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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Set: 2014 Topps Heritage (Rate)

Card: #83 Justin Smoak



“ Awesome photo. ” -Thomas_Kava

“ I know I am in the minority here but I really like the Topps Heritage sets. ” -carthage44

“ Take one more picture & I will Smoak you !!! ” -uncaian

“ Nice! Looks like he's ready to play ball. ” -RoyalChief

“ Put the bat down, Justin. You may have bat but if you look at my baseball card, I am holding a taser. ” -NJDevils

“ I like Heritage over Archives, they are the same basic idea, except Archives uses 4 vintage designs and Heritage has only the design that will be 50 in the next year. I like the tribute but they tweak the fonts too much. Teams that were not around during the vintage days I am sometimes disappointed in the color design they chose for them. They also pay homage to that particular year's errors by making some mock error cards, I don't like that part as much. ” -captkirk42

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Friday, February 5, 2016

Set: 1993-94 Topps Premier - Gold (Rate)

Card: #108 Vladimir Konstantinov



“ The Vladinator ” -vrooomed

“ I like this design. While Topps mostly was using the same themes in all their sports at the time, this set did not make it's way to the NBA. A shame. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ The "Vladinator". Great player, great team, and a nice card. ” -Kaline6

“ Nothing premier about this set. ” -carthage44

“ Pretty good except for the foil name I can't read. Have I said I don't like the silver/gold foil/leaf that card companies insist on using since at least the mid-90s? ” -captkirk42

“ For whatever silly reason, my favorite part of these old Gold parallels is that the checklists didn't get the gold treatment. They replaced them with a player that isn't in the base set (Alan Conroy is one for this set I believe) and I think that's so cool. ” -wax_house

“ Well, I was wrong. Alan Conroy is an example in 1992-93 Topps. ” -wax_house

“ Even the gold doesn't improve this card. ” -NJDevils

“ I always found the gold name on gold stripe was very difficult to read. Very good design for the base set. I just don't like the golds. ” -switzr1

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Set: 1991-92 O-Pee-Chee (Rate)

Card: #2 Guy Lafleur



“ Favorite all time Canadien. I liked this set, but it was also the start of "the garbage years" as far as hockey cards were concerned. Way too much product & not enough substance. ” -uncaian

“ Wasn't he the first HOFer to come out of retirement to play the sport again? The only other 2 I can think of are Mario Lemieux and Michael Jordan. ” -vrooomed

“ Is french still the #1 language in Canada? ” -carthage44

“ Nice OPC card. Excellent design. ” -captkirk42

“ I like OPC but don't think I've ever owned a hockey card from the era that they were the Canadian counterpart of Topps. Just baseball. I should buy one online, I guess. ” -switzr1

“ This is a rare error card, "Guy" is misspelled "Gueeey" on the back of the card. :) ” -RoyalChief

“ Don't understand why he's on the Rangers on this card. His last game was with Quebec. ” -wax_house

“ Of all the crazy anecdotes surrounding Lafleur's career, this is my favourite: In 1979, Lafleur released an album called Lafleur. The album consisted of Guy Lafleur reciting hockey instructions, accompanied by disco music. (from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Lafleur) ” -dilemma19

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Set: 2013 Panini Prizm - Prizms Blue (Rate)

Card: #150 Doug Martin



“ I like Prizm cards. I like how they shine. I just wish the baseball cards would have to logos. ” -Young Kilo

“ never really cared for the Prizm brand.. good RB though ” -tonym

“ Looks like he is running through a space ship door. ” -carthage44

“ Not bad, not bad at all. ” -RoyalChief

“ Not a fan of Prizm. I think I was a semi-fan the first year, but my main dislike is it is too much chrome and you have to handle with gloves or you splotch up the card with fingerprints. (My real big beef with chrome like cards) ” -captkirk42

“ Poor Panini. They try. ” -wax_house

“ Maybe one day the cards will be 90% border, with a little thumbnail photo of the player positioned roughly in the middle (Topps cards will still be horribly off-center). ” -dilemma19

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Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Set: 2001 Decipher Jedi Knights TCG: Masters of The Force - First Day Of Printing (Rate)

Card: #124 Force 4



“ I am not sure which side is supposed to be the front and which is supposed to be the back, here. I'm a Star Wars fan and I don't like this. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Arghhhh. Sigh. Whatever. ” -Kaline6

“ Card this sucks,thinks me. ” -uncaian

“ Well I'm glad the title explains it, because otherwise I'm lost. ” -mbarlow092

“ Er...What is this? ” -DarkSide830

“ Boooooring! ” -carthage44

“ As TCG cards go this one is very plain and a bit boring. Even for a Star Wars product. ” -captkirk42

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Monday, February 1, 2016

Set: 2012 Topps Magic (Rate)

Card: #189 Ben Roethlisberger



“ Solid card design. Looks like something out of the 1960s without looking forced. If I collected football I would have really liked this set. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ I don't understand what makes this card magical, yet I wish it would disappear. Bonus points for mirror-readable trivia answer on the back! ” -dilemma19

“ The filters on the photo are horrendous. Just give me a clear, clean look. ” -wax_house

“ Topps Magic....what is that supposed to mean? Good quarterback, questionable off field however :/ ” -RoyalChief

“ It's Topps, which I like. Don't care for the "magical" stuff. I need stats on the back. ” -Kaline6

“ I love to root against this guy.. ” -carthage44

“ I hate the painted look of these cards. ” -cjjt

“ I was not thrilled when Topps revived the Magic brand from the pages of tobacco card history. However I do like that they finally started showing the pro players in their pro uniforms and not college uniforms. This is actually a nice looking card. The back is good for a commemorative set, but if this was a flagship set it would need stats. ” -captkirk42

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Set: 1997 Bowman CHL (Rate)

Card: #56 Peter Worrell



“ Neat card. Good photography and design. Shouldn't the set be listed as 1997-98 based on the stats on back? ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Lower league card. I love it! Theres a lot of good, fun, entertaining sports played outside of the "Major League" of each North American sport. ” -switzr1

“ 6'6", 240 lbs that's a large hockey player! ” -carthage44

“ Good to see intensity in a face shot. Do not like the colors, black on dark blue is not distinctive, but the white jumps out. His name is worthy of a good contrasting color. ” -Euklid

“ Actually a pretty nice looking '90s Bowman card. ” -captkirk42

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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Set: 2007 Wheels High Gear (Rate)

Card: #22 Reed Sorenson



“ I like it except for the silver leaf/foil logo. Other than that why can't all sports cards looks as nice as this one? ” -captkirk42

“ Reed Sorenson was put into the Cup series way too soon, and it hurt his career. At the time he was the youngest competitor in the sport and he never found much success. He still competes in some races but not in equipment good enough to contend for anything approaching a top 25, let alone anything better. As for the set, I like it a lot. It's somewhat of a throwback to the 1994 set. When Press Pass killed the Wheels High Gear brand after 2008 it was the beginning of the end of Press Pass, they put themselves out of business by the poor choices they made. 2007 was not a good year for me, and I'm pretty sure I only have one pack's worth from this set...which I didn't even get until circa 2009. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Money won? I didn't know that was on cards some cards? Cool. ” -DarkSide830

“ I think he needs a few more sponsors on his shirt. ” -carthage44

“ "Like my new shades? I'm really proud of them" ” -NJDevils

“ Not a motorsports fan at all, but this is a decent-enough looking card design. Front reminds me a LOT of 1993 Leaf baseball, which was probably my favorite set that year. ” -switzr1

“ Not a bad looking card, would like to see the track in the background through ” -mbarlow092

“ Plenty of picture, not so much information. I think if I had the kind of earnings he does, I wouldn't want it printed on a card... ” -dilemma19

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Friday, January 29, 2016

Set: 2006 Fleer Greats of the Game (Rate)

Card: #71 Phil Niekro



“ Excellent card design and all. Why can't the regular issues be like this? ” -captkirk42

“ Good picture and back, but the frame is poor. ” -cjjt

“ A true great from the 70's & 80's. Most of that with one team. Knuckleballer Kniekro! ” -Kaline6

“ def great.. ever try to hit a knuckle ball?? ” -tonym

“ Classy design. I like it. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ What's not to like about this card? In my opinion, Fleer did a good job on this set for several years. The nearly-illegible font might be the only thing I can nitpick about... ” -dilemma19

“ The last year of the Greats of the Game sets. I got screwed by Fleer in 2004 when I had some high end auto redemptions and got basketball cards instead when they went bankrupt. These sets are my obsession. ” -CluelessJoe

“ I really like it, except for the weird pirate font going on. ” -RoyalChief

“ Interestingly enough, I prefer the back to the front. Also, I'm a big fan of retired player cards with stats on the back, like this card. ” -DarkSide830

“ Good all-around! ” -carthage44

“ LOVE IT! My HOF binder would be a fraction of its size were it not for sets like this. ” -switzr1

“ Nice back and I like the thickness of the stock on which the Fleer GOGs are printed ” -NJDevils

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Set: 1965 Exhibit Supply Company (Rate)

Card: #16 Choo Choo Coleman



“ Nice old school card. ” -uncaian

“ Now that is the epitome of cool! ” -RoyalChief

“ Best wishes to who? The Exhibit Supply Company? ” -carthage44

“ Sharp looking piece, but I feel compelled to fill in the information missing from the back: Batted .178 in 277 plate appearances over 106 games with the hapless 1963 Mets (record 51-111). I don't study catchers very closely, but 15 errors and 11 passed balls in 487 total chances don't sound like reasons to overlook his offensive ineptitude. His mlb.com bio points out that in 1963, he was hit by pitches on five occasions. That was 16th-best in the NL, which probably earned him one of those purple "participant" ribbons normally reserved for elementary school athletics. ” -dilemma19

“ Great nickname. I guess those early Mets had to do something while losing 100 games. ” -NJDevils

“ Clearly the best name ever. Don't even try to say otherwise. Is that writing supposed to be there? ” -DarkSide830

“ Underappreciated set. ” -Dave Sosidka

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