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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Set: 1993 Playoff Contenders (Rate)

Card: #125 Patrick Bates



“ Excellent card front, but the back could use some stats. The large clear picture is a plus, but the text could have been made smaller, and some stats added in, to make it better. Still, a very solid card. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Cards without stats are pointless to me. ” -SSG Temple

“ Team name would be nice on front especially for moveable teams like Raiders and Rams and Cardinals. Tough inserting team names into the DB when the card companies dont even know the city. ” -NJdevils

“ Black and silver. 'Nuf said. ” -jlaz10

“ My first full card (front & back scan) as CotD. Sorry for the poor quality of the card. Got a unopened box of these cheap recently...I know why now. Cards stick together after years of storage. It was hard to salvage many cards. Anyone has a better quality card, please replace my scans! ” -bkklaos

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Friday, March 14, 2014

Set: 1952 Topps (Rate)

Card: #206 Joe Ostrowski



“ I was going to say that he looks more like a math teacher than anything else, and then I read the back of the card, and see that his nickname was "The Professor". It fits! I just looked him up on Wikipedia, if that is correct, he passed away in 2003. It also says he actually was a school teacher for three years before his MLB career and went back to it when he was done playing. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Sad and determined look. ” -Don41

“ Bueller....Bueller....Bueller ” -SSG Temple

“ A great card. Yes, players had to work in the off-season back then. And he had the usual 3 years of military service. Are today's players spoiled? ” -NJdevils

“ That is awesome that Harry Truman got his own card. AND he's a competent basketball referee! Take that Violet Palmer! ” -revnorb

“ The description on the back perfectly sums up this picture. ” -jlaz10

“ Get this guy a pair of rec-specs!!! ” -SaveDaKid

“ 1952...when Game Used meant the card had been acquired by playing topsies are knock-down. (For you youngsters, google flipping cards) ” -flcardtrader

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Thursday, March 13, 2014

Set: 2010 Topps Chrome (Rate)

Card: #48 Justin Upton



“ I miss the Topps Chrome brand, I wish the NBA hadn't taken away Topps' license. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Nap time! ” -vrooomed

“ Is he playing marbles? ” -NJdevils

“ Yes, chrome cards are hard to scan. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ Wow, the chrome printing is really off. ” -jlaz10

“ Interesting picture to chose for a guy known for being a hitter. Great fact about him being one of the six youngest NL players for the last three seasons. Even if he hasn't played a full season yet when the card was printed. ” -yokonashiwa

“ roadkill ” -volbox

“ This is a dumb card ” -Hollywood42

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Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Set: 2005 Bowman Heritage (Rate)

Card: #99 Mike Hampton



“ Is this a bad scan or is the card supposed to be blurry? I think it's the latter. Doesn't work for me, I like my cards in focus. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Ahh, Mike Hampton. I remember how happy we were in Denver when we signed him. Was by far and away the richest contract in sports at the time. Hampton told the Press he made his decision to come to Colorado based "on the schools". Riiiiight. He did jack around a dozen HR while here, including one on opening day. He'll of an overall athlete, but his salary damaged my Rockies for years.. ” -wamk

“ I like some of these throwback sets....I just wish they wouldn't do them every year. ” -suomibear8

“ Ah, the 1951 Bowman design. The simplicity. The lack of real competition (at this point - have you seen the Topps Red Backs/Blue Backs?). Looks a little odd in the 2.5" x 3.5" format. Still, wouldn't mind if a complete set of these fell in my lap! ” -vrooomed

“ Just plain awful. I think I'll have breakfast. ” -NJdevils

“ Fifty years' worth of digital graphics technology later and all they could figure out how to do correctly was to make a black box with some letters in it. ” -revnorb

“ These were the first templated BP jerseys. The basic options were shoulder loops and shoulder piping. ” -jlaz10

“ I suspect the Braves would love their money back for this decision. ” -addysdaddy

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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Set: 1989 CMC Syracuse Chiefs (Rate)

Card: #18 Hector De La Cruz



“ Great design. I could not think of a way to improve this card. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ The graphics on this card looks like the introduction of Action News at 11 in any major city USA ” -addysdaddy

“ SKY CHIEFS BABY!!!! Sniff sniff... takes me back ” -SSG Temple

“ The Syracuse Chiefs. Formerly the Syracuse SkyChiefs. And before that, the Syracuse Chiefs. Hey Teams, settle on one name please. Do you hear that Tampa, Anaheim Angels or whoever you are. Well done minor league card. ” -NJDevils

“ Great minor league uniform. Takes aspects from their affiliate (Blue Jays) and adds some unique parts as well. ” -jlaz10

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Monday, March 10, 2014

Set: 1929 Kashin Publications (Rate)

Card: #70 Harry F. Rice



“ Ooh, vintage. This is one big card! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Nice piece of vintage ! Very cool ! ” -uncaian

“ Apparently the only stat category he ever led the league in, was errors for his position. ” -UNC_Samurai

“ What a great picture! Nice to see the pants up to the knees. I am waiting for some current player to catch his spikes on his on pants and fall over. Plus this guy is just looks classier than Sabathia and his ilk. ” -NJdevils

“ Team, anyone? ” -jlaz10

“ On my screen, he's staring at my username and it's creepy ” -Hollywood42

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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Set: 2000 Future Bee Power League UL (Rate)

Card: #182 Fumitoshi Takano



“ Uh...is this "Future Bee" Power League, or Future "Bee Power" League? If it's the latter, I assume they have some sort of honey company ties? And why is the team name in English, when this person and card is clearly from Japan? I have absolutely no idea what's going on here, but strangely, I like it anyway. Except for the team logo, which is kind of creepy. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Wow, never heard of this set, but love the international flavor! ” -bkklaos

“ Did Future Bee buy out Action Packed? Sure looks that way. ” -NJdevils

“ Let's play a game called...How much can you cram on one card! ” -SSG Temple

“ Success here gets you moved up to the Dogs The Shoot Bees Out Of Their Mouth When They Bark League. ” -UNC_Samurai

“ I like the contrast front number. ” -jlaz10

“ This a awkward card design, but probably not the worst. ” -addysdaddy

“ I usually don't like much made in the last 40 years or so but this is great! Great jersey, cool logo, nice design. I'm gonna go watch Ultraman now. ” -revnorb

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Saturday, March 8, 2014

Set: 1992 Topps (Rate)

Card: #537 Jeff Bryant



“ Wake me up when this one is over. ” -NJdevils

“ Same design from the baseball set issue from Topps. I suppose it was cheaper just to reuse it. Originality not needed Topps, thanks ” -addysdaddy

“ Interesting how the pants look gold. The Seahawks wore silver pants during this time. ” -jlaz10

“ Card back not available Click here to add. ” -volbox

“ 1992 - The year Topps realized they could print real stats and full color on the back of their cards, only five years after everyone else realized this! ” -UNC_Samurai

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Friday, March 7, 2014

Set: 1991 JOGO (Rate)

Card: #199 Trevor Kennerd



“ Not a lot to like about this card. The picture and text/logo go different directions, the back is useless with no stats or bio, and what's up with the rat? At least the photo is a decent action shot! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Held in suspense...Is he going to stick the landing? ” -addysdaddy

“ I like the high whites on his socks. ” -jlaz10

“ The text makes me thing this should be a vertical card. The picture obviously is horizontal. I don't think it's just a coincidence that I have never heard of JOGO before ” -Hollywood42

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Set: 1988 Fleer Baseball MVP's (Rate)

Card: #34 Larry Sheets



“ This card is a tribute for how cheesy the Baseball MVP set was or how bad the Orioles were in 1988...Nice 'stache there Larry! ” -flcardtrader

“ This is the definition of hangover ” -SSG Temple

“ Man, pranks back in the day were harsh. Does he even know his teammates are let something crawl up his face? ” -UNC_Samurai

“ It's amazing how little changed, other than the color scheme, the back and even front of this one looks to other Fleer releases from that time period. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ It's nice how the "Fleer Baseball MVP" logo dwarfs both the player name and the team and position, because otherwise i would have thought the MVP for that year was Jose Canseco. ” -revnorb

“ Wow, nothing says MVP like a boring pic on a boring card with boring lettering. Something about that typeface makes my brain think there are typos even though there aren't... weird ” -jackal726

“ I like the subtle placement of the Rawlings logo into the sleeve stripe. ” -jlaz10

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