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Saturday, December 14, 2013

Set: 2003 Donruss Estrellas (Rate)

Card: #98 Rafael Palmeiro



“ Stats should be more prominent on the backs of cards, not relegated to next-to-nothing at the bottom.. While it's nice to read facts and what not, stats are better than some foreign language information.. ” -lyfestory

“ Looks like he swung without moving the lower half of his body at all ” -Hollywood42

“ esteroide? tengo helado en mis pantalones!!! ” -SaveDaKid

“ The Rangers uniforms will never be as good as their Nolan Ryan-era set. ” -jlaz10

“ Looks like he's playing tug-of-war with a host of unseen adversaries. ” -Norb Rozek

“ How does one say "steroids" in Spanish. He also did Viagra ads. Was there any drug he didnt use? ” -NJDevils

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Friday, December 13, 2013

Set: 2000 Upper Deck MLS (Rate)

Card: #43 Wolde Harris



“ I think he missed the ball. Great team logo! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ The Jamaican International was one of the early stars for the fledgling MLS. He also earned 28 caps for Jamaica. I do like this set but this card does hit my one pet peeve in collecting. The kit and logo do not match, for some strange reason that bugs me and strikes me as lazy on the company's part. ” -Gunny

“ America's sport of the future since 1972!!! Where will all those little kids who used to play pop warner go, to the pitch my friend, to the pitch... ” -SaveDaKid

“ Cool card. I really like the design. Not a fan of soccer, but this is a good looking card. ” -yokonashiwa

“ Obviously a traded player, considering the Colorado Rapids kit he has on. ” -jlaz10

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Thursday, December 12, 2013

Set: 1995 Pinnacle (Rate)

Card: #434 Eddie Taubensee



“ What exactly is going on in this photo? Is he praying, tying his knee guard thing, doing a funky dance, stretching his back, what? I have seriously no idea, LOL! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ One of my favorite sets of the 1990s. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ Some fancy flooring in the dugout... ” -SaveDaKid

“ The interesting part of these unis is that the front number was on the lower right instead of left. ” -jlaz10

“ Does this count as an action shot? ” -Hollywood42

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Set: 2002 Upper Deck Honor Roll (Rate)

Card: #112 Daryl Jones



“ It's been a surprisingly long time since a rookie card came up as Card of the Day. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Can't decide if I like this or not. We'll say it is ok. Nice camp action shot but not a huge fan of the scrubed natural backgrounds. ” -koloth42

“ Would be nice to have a photo in game uniform. This is second rate. ” -NJDevils

“ Odd how the Reebok logo is above the number, not on the sleeves. ” -jlaz10

“ WHO? Very nice card I'd say if you got the right player. Daryl Jones, flag football all star ” -SaveDaKid

“ I was gonna read it... but someone forgot about the back... ” -Dixxy

“ Nice card back....I guess. ” -volbox

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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Set: 1990 CMC Edmonton Trappers (Rate)

Card: #3 Gary Buckels



“ What's up with the cards having part of the designs/words cropped off lately? I like seeing the minor league/oddball cards come up as card of the day. To me that's actually more interesting than the mainstream sets a lot of the time. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ CMC did a decent job with Minor League Cards in the day. I do like this set and have do own the CMC Indianapolis Indians. Looks like a bad crop job on this particular card. ” -koloth42

“ If it weren't for the team name, I would have thought this was the Angles based on the uniform. The Trappers were an Angels affiliate, however. ” -jlaz10

“ I swear I know who this is. But I have no idea who this is ” -Hollywood42

“ Was this a contest to see how many colours they could get on one card? Because I think they lost. Everybody... lost. ” -Luckynumber78

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Monday, December 9, 2013

Set: 1989 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #166 Paul O'Neill



“ A classic from my childhood. It's not Gary Redus, but it'll do. ” -ray fosse's ghost

“ typical Fleer from the late 80s/early 90s.. had a ton of these cards back then... big names like Griffey and Sheffield... ” -lyfestory

“ I've never been a fan of blank white pants. At least have some piping. ” -jlaz10

“ Not sure which I hate more, the card or the player...hates a strong word, the guy never did anything to me except play for the Yankees...I do like the All Star Break stat at the bottom though... ” -SaveDaKid

“ That Reds logo is probably the best baseball has ever seen ” -Hollywood42

“ Finally, a card representing the most popular sport in the world. It took awhile! ” -jnmorse

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Sunday, December 8, 2013

Set: 1990 Best Columbus Mudcats (Rate)

Card: #18 John Sheehan



“ Nice minor league uniform. The pinstripes are little too much, however. ” -jlaz10

“ So many minor league cards recently ” -Hollywood42

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Saturday, December 7, 2013

Set: 1990 Leaf (Rate)

Card: #300 Frank Thomas



“ Oddball thing I notice- I think this is the first even hundred card (100, 200, 300, etc) card to come up as card of the Day in the 14 months I've been reading/writing about them. Only one I remember anyway. I like the design of this one, simple, yet it shows a lot of the image, has stats and a lot of text about the player, with a different photo. It doesn't get much better than that. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ When this card was issued it was expected to be a major collectible. That was a time when it was believed that cards would never stop becoming more collectible without regard to the number that had been produced. Now we can collect this for the fun of collecting. ” -Jerry

“ The White Sox look best in black and white. You're the WHITE Sox, not the RED Sox. ” -jlaz10

“ HOF! That's all I have to say. Sweet card, too. ” -vrooomed

“ Liked this set it was an awesome card cool design ” -MAS23

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Friday, December 6, 2013

Set: 1994 Pinnacle (Rate)

Card: #155 James Francis



“ Pinnacle? Hardly. More like nadir. ” -NJDevils

“ Even without a team name on the card, you can still recognize it's the Bengals by the tiger-striped helmet. ” -jlaz10

“ I swear I've seen him in scary movie. You know the one where they make fun of broke back mountain. ” -Dixxy

“ Hi my name is James Francis, outside linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals, and I eat quarterbacks for breakfast. ” -PDIZZLE

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Thursday, December 5, 2013

Set: 2000 SkyBox (Rate)

Card: #72 Steve Beuerlein



“ Great full body picture. Steve had a great career for never really being a great QB. Based on how he is holding the ball, I think he is getting ready to fumble it. ” -yokonashiwa

“ Steve Buerline had a decent season in 2000, with the team going 7-9. The following year without Buerline Carolina went 1-15, with those 15 losses coming consecutively after winning their first game. ” -duaned99

“ The Panthers look so much better in Carolina blue than black. If you're going to use your states color, than own it! ” -jlaz10

“ Interesting to see that the football set retained the Skybox name. The basketball set of the same design was called Fleer Premium. ” -Billy Kingsley

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