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Friday, November 15, 2013

Set: 2010 Upper Deck (Rate)

Card: #430 Edgar Renteria



“ I like this card. I have said before, and it bears repeating, UD got better in the late 2000s. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Sorry, Upper Deck. The whole "We can still do sets despite not having a MLB license" thing never really worked. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ He's going to trip over that gopher popping up in front of him as he fields that ball.. ” -wamk

“ The lack of a team logo makes this a non-collectible. ” -g74d6

“ It's a shame UD lost it's MLB license. Their cards were good. ” -jlaz10

“ Nice design. I like it. Also like how Upper Deck started putting the series and year info right on the backs of the cards. With the glut of product out there, it makes identification much easier. ” -vrooomed

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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Set: 2001-02 Pacific (Rate)

Card: #70 Rod Brind'Amour



“ Solid design. Not sure why they didn't expand the stats box and leave out the color swirls, would have made it much easier to read. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ "Rod the Bod" Great player I liked this set .It wasn't as flashy as other sets,of this year, just a nice basic clean design. ” -uncaian

“ Classic Pacific look. I miss them. ” -suomibear8

“ Probably one of Pacific's best efforts. ” -NJDevils

“ Not a bad set, but they could've printed the stats a bit larger. ” -vrooomed

“ The new Hurricanes uniforms are a lot better than these mainly because of the exclusion of silver. ” -jlaz10

“ Again... horrible back scan. ” -Dixxy

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Set: 1991-92 Parkhurst (Rate)

Card: #141 Joe Mullen



“ What a poor crop job... ” -Dixxy

“ The first American born player to reach 500 goals and 1,000 points for a career. He also won 3 Stanley Cups, one with Calgary Flames and two with Pittsburgh Penguins. Member of the US Hockey Hall of Fame in 1998 and The Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000, truly one of the greats of the game. ” -Gunny

“ One of the best American players ever.Was a plus for any team he played with.I like this set too. ” -uncaian

“ Real big difference between the French Parkhurst from a week ago to this one. Ho-hum. ” -NJDevils

“ The good ol' Penguins! Pittsburgh should be black and GOLD, not vegas gold. ” -jlaz10

“ Never was a hockey fan. However, this is a nice card. I especially like the back of the card. Nice full body picture. ” -yokonashiwa

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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Set: 1979 Topps Buck Rogers (Rate)

Card: #65 Here Come the Earth Forces!



“ I can't imagine the comments on this one will be too pleasant, hah. I like the lightning border. I've never actually seen this movie. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ See guys, this is not a Star Trek or Star Wars card and it still made card of the day. ” -deporcoruña

“ Ah, childhood memories of Erin Gray... ” -CluelessJoe

“ BIDAH BIDAH BUCK!!!!!Ahh Erin Gray,we miss you. ” -uncaian

“ All wings, prepare for stock footage dogfight! ” -DaClyde

“ WHY ARE THERE SO MANY SPACE-THEMED CARDS!!! ” -jlaz10

“ Here come the earth FORCES! So this is where Elaine learned to over use the exclamation point. ” -NJDevils

“ STOPPPPP ” -Hollywood42

“ Movie card. Yay. ” -vrooomed

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Monday, November 11, 2013

Set: 1992 Topps Magazine (Rate)

Card: #96 John Kruk



“ I loved these cards out of the magazine.. Only problem was cutting them out.. ” -Mike67

“ Purple? No, no, and no. Not for any baseball team - before the Rockies came into the league. The back is just awful. Too much border on the front. A shame it's one of my players. ” -vrooomed

“ I remember getting a few of those Topps Magazines back in the day.. always enjoyed the cheap cards included.. ” -lyfestory

“ That's a whole lotta pink. The text on the card back is interesting...I bet this guy got tired of all the people commenting on his weight...even Topps makes several jokes about it in the text. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Kind of looks like they took some advice from pro set about color... Reminds me of the Ugly '92 Dinosaurs set I scanned in not all that long ago... Gotta say....... Ew. ” -Dixxy

“ Even though this card is more than 20 years old, it's still the same Phillies uniform as today. ” -jlaz10

“ I think this was Topps attempt to see if they could produce worse designs than SI for Kids. They succeeded. ” -DaClyde

“ I didn't even know they had a Topps Magazine. Reminds me of some cards inserted into Tuff Stuff magazine that I can't find a list for on here. ” -jupiterhill

“ Despite the horrible background color, I do like the simplicity of the front of the card. I love how on the back they describe Kruk as "well-rounded." Just reading what was written about him is funny. ” -yokonashiwa

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Sunday, November 10, 2013

Set: 2009 Topps (Rate)

Card: #457 John Maine



“ Not a fan of the 2009 Topps. After strong sets in 2004 and 2005, Topps really went downhill in set design, until a decent 2010 and a really sharp-looking 2011 pulled them out. ” -Luckynumber78

“ The Mets look so much better without black. ” -jlaz10

“ Can't read the name,bland design, lousy photo. That's 3 strikes for the front. The back is much better. ” -NJDevils

“ Relatively nice set by Topps, pretty normal for their standards in these sets.. I like the color matching for the most part.. ” -lyfestory

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Saturday, November 9, 2013

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

Card: #121 Frank Thomas



“ Once upon a time this was a super awesome card to own. It's still pretty rad actually. ” -ray fosse's ghost

“ Pretty nice set from when sets were over-produced.. ” -lyfestory

“ Nice of them to put 4 stats on the backs. This is a basbeball card, the back should be stat city. ” -NJDevils

“ Man was a beast in his prime, hopefully he won't be tied into the steroid era... ” -SaveDaKid

“ Pinstripes work for the ChiSox. ” -jlaz10

“ Frank Thomas played with a lot of heart, but he sure doesn't look like he wants to be here in this picture. ” -Luckynumber78

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Friday, November 8, 2013

Set: 1989 Broder Baseball's Hottest Stars (Rate)

Card: #9 Will Clark



“ Had never heard of this set so I looked it up. Apparently "broder" is a generic name for unlicensed/counterfeit cards. No one is sure who produced these but apparently a bunch of similar card sets cropped up during this era. ” -ThemightyOx

“ The only picture they could get was him sitting on the bench? It would have been ironiclly funny if this was the peak of his career, but it looks like, based on what he got card wise over the ensuing years he had a pretty good career. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Did the photographer have to sneak this pic ? ” -uncaian

“ And to think, people actually would pay REAL money for junk like this! Terrible photograph and not licensed. Who actually looked at this and said, "Yeah, it looks good. Let's print it." There's a good reason Broder became the "generic" term for junky, unauthorized card. ” -vrooomed

“ Get rid of the blur on the side and center it better and it would be a really cool card ” -Hollywood42

“ Looks like the photographer was being pulled away by security while taking that pic. ” -DanD

“ Hmmm... Looks like somebody didn't get an MLB license. ” -jlaz10

“ I have to say, what a bad picture. ” -Dixxy

“ Hehe, it's the first time I see a card of a benchwarmer in action. ” -PMB

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Thursday, November 7, 2013

Set: 2008 Inkworks Journey to Center Earth (Rate)

Card: #25 Key to the Past



“ When I saw this set getting posted to the Database, I was very surprised...I had no idea they issued a card set for this movie. The movie itself was not bad...I saw it a few years after it's release. I would watch it again. The 3D aspect of the card doesn't work for me, but then again 3D never works. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ 566,108 cards with images on the site and we get Bill and Ted and Journey to the Center of the Earth back to back? ” -ThemightyOx

“ Yawn.... Another movie card. Is it just me, or do others find these movie cards boring? ” -vrooomed

“ STOPPPPPPPPP ” -Hollywood42

“ OMG ” -jlaz10

“ Guess they really will make cards of just about anything. Great movie, but horrible card. It looks blurry in the background because of the attempt to make it 3D looking. ” -yokonashiwa

“ Wow. I never knew anyone ever expected this movie to be a hit. If they made a card set for it, though, someone must have. ” -Luckynumber78

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Set: 1991 Pro Set Bill & Ted (Rate)

Card: #51 Thomas Edison, Johann Sebastian Bach, S



“ Uh yeah, ok. ” -Young Kilo

“ Pro set seriously had their fingers everywhere... never seen nor heard much about this ...show? Seems strange enough for me.... I'll look for it on Netflix now and educate myself I think ” -Dixxy

“ Bogus is right ” -uncaian

“ Glad I never came across this set until now. 100 years from now this may be worth money, so hang onto if for your grandchildren's grandchildren ” -NJDevils

“ Maybe if I had seen the movie.... ” -vrooomed

“ I liked the first movie better. Although someone scanned and posted the entire set before I could, this was one of the first sets I ever completed. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ I think I preferred the horse card.... ” -ThemightyOx

“ Is that LMFAO? ” -jlaz10

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