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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Set: 1988 Topps (Rate)

Card: #533 John Farrell



“ From 1988 to 1995, Topps did not include the actual team logo in the card design. That was somewhat disappointing. ” -duaned99

“ It's funny.. He looks exactly the same now.. ” -Mike67

“ Charlie Sheen's stunt double in 'Major League'? ” -wamk

“ forearm pain? ” -addysdaddy

“ Classic '88 Topps base there. Nothing special, yet it looks good ” -Hollywood42

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Friday, April 20, 2012

Set: 1994 Triple Play - Bomb Squad (Rate)

Card: #2 Cecil Fielder



“ It's too bad Cecil can't enjoy the fact his son has joined the Tigers this year- that's the price you pay for stealing money from your family. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ Fizzled out quickly. ” -addysdaddy

“ I guess colored ink is just too expensive. ” -NJDevils

“ not a bad card- little military tribute and cecil was def full of power ” -tonym

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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Set: 1991-92 Upper Deck French (Rate)

Card: #119 John Tanner



“ This is one of the greatest pictures ever put on a hockey card. 1 or 2 things would result from this play. 1 - a penalty may be called if the Flyers player interfered with the goalie. 2 - the Flyers player will definitely be pummeled by the Nordiques other players on the ice. And it's in French! ” -sascards67

“ Tanner is giving #25 a close-up view of his '5 hole'.. ” -wamk

“ Added to the skills competition... Fireman's Carry a Goalie race.. ” -Mike67

“ What's the French for 'piggy back ride'? ” -wmcduff

“ It's not too often you catch a goaltender with both feet off the ice. ” -duaned99

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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Set: 1990 Score (Rate)

Card: #429 John Cerutti



“ John is achieving perfect symmetry by having his glove pointed up in an equal level to the ball pointed down. ” -sascards67

“ Bring it on! ” -addysdaddy

“ is he giving the batter the bird under his glove? ” -tonym

“ RIP. I remember him doing color commentary on Jays games. I'm a bit too young to remember his playing career. ” -DanD

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Set: 1994 Topps Archives 1954 (Rate)

Card: #159 Dave Philley



“ Dave Philley was apparently a very good pinch hitter. The fact that he eventually played for the Phillies is one of those sublime things about baseball that keep me coming back. ” -sascards67

“ Chicago Cubs-esque looking hat. Bet the Cleveland die-hard hate that ” -addysdaddy

“ Philley-- what a great samwich! love that classic '50s early era look though ” -tonym

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Monday, April 16, 2012

Set: 1998 Topps - Inaugural Devil Rays (Rate)

Card: #278 Sandy Alomar Jr.



Following in the tradition set in 1993 when the Marlins and the Rockies joined the league, Topps once again released parallel versions of their set with the expansion team’s logo stamped in gold foil for the Devil Rays and Diamondbacks in 1998.

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Sunday, April 15, 2012

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

Card: #60 Detroit Red Wings



“ I believe they've made the playoffs every season since that year. Impressive! ” -DanD

“ Stevie Y, the Winged Wheel, and an Original Six team. Gotta love the Wings! ” -wamk

“ I love this design across hockey, baseball and football. My favorite design of the 90's. ” -sascards67

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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Set: 1982 Topps (Rate)

Card: #326 Pete Falcone



“ Big beard and stirrups. I like this guy already ” -Hollywood42

“ Does he always pitch from the locked and upright position? ” -addysdaddy

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Friday, April 13, 2012

Set: 2011 Topps Update - Gold (Rate)

Card: #US182 Ronny Paulino



“ Strapped, prepped, and ready for laser tag! ” -jimmyjam

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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Set: 1965 Jay Publishing Los Angeles Angels (Rate)

Card: #NNO Vic Power



“ There are always seems to be a lot of confusion around the sets commonly known as "picture packs." There are two types of picture packs done by Jay Publishing- the second of which you see here. The font is more like Times New Roman- Jay did these from 1962-1965. The others have a more rounded font, like Arial, and were done from around 1956-61. Some of the sets are plentiful- especially the 1961 sets. A dealer uncovered a hoard of unopened sets a few years ago, and they can be had for less than $10 a piece on eBay. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ One of the best athlete names ever. ” -sascards67

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