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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Set: 1991 Classic I (Rate)

Card: #T84 Scott Chiamparino



"Oh wow, the border on this takes me back... This couldn't be more early '90s without Chiamparino wearing parachute pants while pitching." -wmcduff

"Nothing too Classic about this card" -DanD

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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Set: 2008 Topps (Rate)

Card: #132 Ramon Vazquez



"The name at the top looks very state fair carnival. 'Step right up, hit the ball past Ramon and win a prize! Sure, he'll sign that for you kid...'" -wmcduff

"not liking the unfocused background and Ramon- you're supposed to go after the ball, not salsa away from it" -tony

"The 2008 Topps is another design ruined by the inclusion of a facsimile autograph. With the way handwriting is these days, who needs to see scribble on a picture? I'm also not crazy about the letters-in-bubbles design, which looks like the marquee of a 1960's Vegas casino. The white borders make it look like a baseball card, however, and the allotted space for the photo is sufficient." -PlayerPCCollector

"Not too bad on the design of these cards." -addysdaddy

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Monday, February 6, 2012

Set: 2004 Topps (Rate)

Card: #688 Jeremy Guthrie / Grady Sizemore



"Weird slashy graphics. Bigger than they have to be too. Looks like they're both puckering up for a kiss, too." -wmcduff

"This card looks like a movie poster. Two thumbs down!" -addysdaddy

"Grady was a draft pick of the Montreal Expos with Cliff Lee and were traded to the tribe." -GoldenEye

"Grady Sizemore was part of one of the worst trades ever made by the Montreal Expos...........Sizemore, Cliff Lee, Brandon Phillips and Lee Stevens for Bartolo Colon and Tim Drew! Ooops! Guthrie was an Indians 1st round pick that they gave up on...Baltimore grabbed him off waivers, and he's been a halfway decent innings-eater since." -wopagnie

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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Set: 1994-95 Upper Deck (Rate)

Card: #281 John Cullen



"Second center behind Mario for much of his career, I think. Must make it hard to get noticed." -wmcduff

"Speedy and creative this was John's second stint with the Penguins." -Gunny

"Wish I could tell who the player was so I could tell him "it's hockey, drop the batting stance"." -NJDevils

"looks like he's ready to get slammed by Philly!! HA! I'm not diggin the photo though- looks like name is hard to read and half his foot is cut off by the boarder. UD could have done a better job centering and adjusting that border..just sayin" -tony

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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Set: 1994-95 SP (Rate)

Card: #8 Adam Oates



"Adam Oates was a strong guy. Probably feeding Neely in front for another effective garbage goal." -wmcduff

"It must be a coincidence that the card design points to his hand, but his 1079 career assists show he had some of the best hands in the game." -DanD

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Friday, February 3, 2012

Set: 2009 Upper Deck America's Team (Rate)

Card: #3 Anthony Spencer



"If you look real real close, you can even see the player's name on the card." -NJDevils

"America's Team? The team America loves to hate, perhaps." -wmcduff

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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Set: 1993 Pacific Texas Express (Rate)

Card: #119a The Simple Life



"Wha? What the heck kinda card is this? I suppose it's baseball, but seriously, what's with this?" -wmcduff

"He wears a Stetson now, Stetson's are cool." -Gunny

"Why did the marlboro man get a baseball card??" -haogaole

"Stuck in developmental hell for over a decade, I can't help but wonder what The Simple Life would have been had the show stuck with this original concept." -DanD

"As great as Nolan was, this card set was just the opposite" -NJDevils

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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Set: 1990 Topps (Rate)

Card: #777 Tim Laudner



"Huh. There's a bat end at the end of this bat..." -wmcduff

"Tim Laudner card: no position, no logo, no like." -NJDevils

"Never really cared for the design on these cards, though the blue was nicer than the orange or red they used for some." -Mike67

"'You're supposed to see a face in there. Do YOU see a face in there?' Frank Costanza" -DanD

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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Set: 1992 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #591 Lee Smith



"Great pitcher, great closer, but the card, great closed up in a box." -addysdaddy

"Weird. It looks like his arm was photoshopped in at a strange angle. Definitely a lot of twist on that pitch." -wmcduff

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Monday, January 30, 2012

Set: 1973 Philadelphia Phillies Photocards (Rate)

Card: #26 Bill Robinson



"Look at the light Bill.... Concentrate on the light.... You are becoming sleepy..." -Scott Sawyer

"Bill looks a little scared of being delivered air-mail." -addysdaddy

"Published for responding to fan mail requests, the 1973 Philadelphia Phillies Photocards set was one of several the club did from 1970-82. As for Bill Robinson, he was never the superstar the Yankees thought he would be in the late 1960s, but he became a capable hitter for the Phillies and Pirates before coaching Mets hitters during the 1986 World Championship season." -PlayerPCCollector

"No, Bill, it's not a driver's license photo. You're allowed to smile for baseball cards." -NJDevils

"Too bad I grew up in the late 80's. I have a bunch of Luis Aguayo and Darryl Akerfelds autographed Phillies photo cards." -ashnsports

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