Random Card of the Day


Sunday, May 7, 2017

Set: 1995 Dynamic Ren and Stimpy Show (Rate)

Card: #95 Innerspace


“ Love this show, hate the misleading question with multiple correct answers. ” -DanD

“ One of the best cartoons of the 90s ” -ketchupman36

“ I never liked Ren and Stimpy ” -Bargunmaster

“ We are on a roll with non-sport. I loved Ren and Stimpy. Happy happy joy joy!!! ” -muskie027

“ You iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiidiot! ” -rmpaq5

“ Never watched this show as a kid. ” -carthage44

“ "You Eediot!" ” -grim25

“ What, no horse, no log? Loved this show. ” -NJDevils

“ Happy , happy , joy , joy !! Revolted & laughing at the same time . ” -uncaian

“ You fat, bloated sack! ” -SFC Temple

“ This may make everyone else feel old but...this show was before my time XD ” -JoshReese92099

“ Ugh. Couldn't stand the show then, even less now. ” -Joshua825

“ REN & STIMPY! Just Collect YOU IDEEOTT ” -captkirk42

“ What a glorious flashback...Powdered Toastman, away... ” -SaveDaKid

“ Is the little guy related to the Spy vs. Spy guys? ” -Sportzcommish

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Saturday, May 6, 2017

Set: 1994 Bowman (Rate)

Card: #367 Jeff Lageman


“ Love that tweener Jet uniform. Lageman was good, the card is not too bad. Not liking the stats on the back, but that is what Bowman did on their return. ” -muskie027

“ So, Bowman was back in the MLB in the late 80s, Hockey around 1990 and Football at least 1994. Why did Topps not bring it back into the NBA proper until 2003-04, considering they got the license back in 1992-93? Bowman's Best ran from 1996-97 through 2000-01, but it wasn't a Bowman set. Considering that the first cards ever issued for my favorite sport were a Bowman release, that irks me. As for this card, I like it. Quality photo, and if I knew anything about football the back would probably make sense to me, but I like the colors even so. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Just an OK design. Front should mention team name. Not big on the bleeding photo no border cards. Back not sure what stats they are showing. Bowman? Looks more like Pinnacle from that time. Oh well they were ALL overproduced then. ” -captkirk42

“ Here it is! One of the primary reasons President Clinton's education reforms didn't pass Congress was because it mandated football card rulers in every classroom. ” -Sportzcommish

“ Simple but nice. ” -carthage44

“ Love this design. Would be a great-looking set to collect. ” -mkaz80

“ Looks like he's ready to brawl. Fists clenched, teammate holding in back. It like the card design though. Simple, and looks like a Stadium Club design. ” -olerud363

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Friday, May 5, 2017

Set: 2007 Star Wars Pocketmodel TCG (German Version) (Rate)

Card: #75 Council Chambers


“ Last time I played this game with Dirk Nowitzki, he flipped the table and called me a rat scammer. ” -sahal694

“ "Ratskammer? I barely know 'er!" ” -revnorb

“ Sehr langweilig ! Blah ” -uncaian

“ The best thing to come out of Germany is Rammstein. ” -carthage44

“ Ich mag das nicht. Nein! ” -dilemma19

“ wow, Star Wars, game card, and in German, doesn't get much more random than this ” -mbarlow092

“ Not really a Star Wars fan - I've watched all but the most recent movie, and if there are books, I've not read them, either - BUT, is TCG an affiliate of HGTV because that's what this card looks like to me, one of the rooms in a home for sale in space. ” -Sportzcommish

“ the front/info side of this card is OK and good for your typical trading card game. The back side looks like it has nothing to do with Star Wars. The design, even though it has a star field background doesn't look too spacey or Star Warsish. I recall a month or two ago a Star Wars Trading card game card was the random card of the day. Not sure if it was this same game/series or not. ” -captkirk42

“ It looks like the Jedi Council Room but I don't speak German so... ” -JoshReese92099

“ I've never understood trading card games, and this card doesn't make things any clearer. ” -olerud363

“ I love star wars! That's all I'm qualified to say regarding this card. Oh...I guess I could say it looks like a Pokemon card. ” -cnangle

“ 12/15/17......can't wait!! ” -RoyalChief

“ Hmm, a card of a room? Is this where the Jedi Counsel meets? Where is Samuel L. Jackson and his purple lightsaber? ” -muskie027

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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Set: 2016 Topps Gypsy Queen - Mini (Rate)

Card: #148 Dee Gordon


“ Dang mini cards! I like em standard. I also prefer vanilla ice cream. ” -sahal694

“ OK I sort of like Gypsy Queen but I am really tired of mini parallels. Partly its the storage problem, partly it is just that it is another huge reason the completest in me doesn't even want to attempt any retro sets anymore. Too many parallels to the base set. ” -captkirk42

“ For the most part, love GQ, but never a fan of the mini.....nice card here though. Love the artwork. ” -tbshaw

“ There are so many mini cards. They must be popular because they keep producing them. ” -carthage44

“ Nice looking card. Only a few players get their full name (phonetically at least) appearing on the front of their GQ card. Yes, I'm aware there are MLB players named Jay. ” -dilemma19

“ I've grown very fond of Gypsy Queen product, but not of minis. ” -Sportzcommish

“ I'm not a fan of mini versions of regular cards, though I do like the photo effect that makes it look like a painting. ” -olerud363

“ I've never gotten into Gyspy Queen. Don't own a single one. This looks ok, but I don't think I want to own one. I understand that these are popular for some, and good for you if it is your cup of tea. It has an appeal, I'll give it that, but not my thing, at least for now. ” -muskie027

“ card looks good, but but i never understood the set name "Gypsy Queen" not very masculine sounding to me ” -Thunderfoot

“ Mini card, regular-sized Dee. ” -mkaz80

“ Dee Gordon looks even smaller now! ” -Bargunmaster

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Set: 2004 Topps Traded & Rookies (Rate)

Card: #T149 Akinori Otsuka


“ Great scan. I wish they would make this a continuation of the base set and not a standalone though. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ My favorite Topps design of that decade. Uncluttered clean look, and the little foil player outline (unique to each card) is a really nice feature. ” -olerud363

“ I have always wanted to like this series as it has the nice clean white borders and the 1988-esque team name across the top, which I have always like about the 1988 set, but there is just something about it that has never really excited me. ” -tbshaw

“ I like this set. The design reminds me of The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest card set. (UD 1996) ” -Doe MG

“ A recent (as in since 2000) set that I was board with when I first saw it. This was around the time I got back into the hobby, it was either late 2004 or early 2005 I was partly prompted by the fact that the Expos were moving to become the Nationals. I love the little player drawing at the bottom. I forget how long it was before I realized that those little drawings were the exact pose the player was in. I originally thought it was like the 1973 cards (or 1971 Football) where the drawing was a generic pose for the position. ” -captkirk42

“ Kind of a nod to the '73 Topps set with the mini ballplayer silhouette in the bottom corner. Though, unlike '73, this mini-me is actually an outline of the actual player pictured. I like the design overall, but maybe a tad too much foil? ” -mkaz80

“ An attractive card. The bold team name draws me to it. The bordered design with the baseball logo inset lifts it from a plain Jane creation to one I'd want to collect. ” -Sportzcommish

“ Where has this set been hiding?! I love the way the player outline as photographed is reproduced in the corner! The back is unoffensive. No 2004 superstar rookies come to mind, so it probably wouldn't be expensive to collect. Got to go buy me some 2004 Topps. ” -dilemma19

“ I was never a big fan of the 04 Tops design, I find it to be very similar to 2005's as well. ” -JoshReese92099

“ ...really nice set. I like the foil mini-pose with player number. ” -RoundtheDiamond87

“ Nice Card. I like the large team letters, the number on the front, and also his position. ” -barefoot108

“ I like it, but I am not sure why. There is a lot of white, but it has a cool look. ” -muskie027

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Set: 1990-91 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #191 Ledell Eackles


“ I miss the Bullets. Changed to the Wizards for 1997-98 because it was deemed a poor name due to the high number of shootings in Washington. The name actually came from high-speed trains. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ The design brings me back to when I got into collecting, around 1989or 1990. Love those short shorts! ” -olerud363

“ Those shorts are BANGIN'! ” -carthage44

“ He was an alright NBA player and he had two sons play college ball, overall a fun card of the day ” -JoshReese92099

“ Nice basic Fleer Basketball set. My homie Bullets a big plus in the RCotD game. ” -captkirk42

“ The least flashy of the three major basketball releases of 1990-91, and it's grown on me. The basic design stands the test of time and the card stock used is sturdier than its counterparts from Skybox and Hoops. ” -Sportzcommish

“ Nice card ” -Bargunmaster

“ Wow! '90 Fleer basketball was just as bland as their baseball issue. ” -dilemma19

“ I have a few of these. I really liked this set when it came out, now it looks a tad boring, but still holds a classic look. A little too much wasted space at the bottom. Classic Fleer back. Very mediocre. Nice to see a Bullet, since that name no longer exists. Not sure they needed to change their name. I know it was because of gun violence, but really? There are worse names out there in terms of negative publicity. I am not offering an opinion of which team names should stay or not, I am just saying, Bullets didn't seem so bad. ” -muskie027

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Monday, May 1, 2017

Set: 2002 Topps Archives (Rate)

Card: #168 Hank Aaron


“ At least with this version, other than the 2001 version, you can actually see without a microscope the card numbering on the back. ” -rmpaq5

“ Reprinted vintage cards was an idea that was neat when the craze first started, but now it's being way overdone. They've lost their appeal for me. Nice Aaron though. ” -olerud363

“ Hank. Aaron. I like. The card is cool too. ;) ” -Doe MG

“ Actually not a bad looking archive card. ” -uncaian

“ Tight card if it was the original. ” -carthage44

“ Fantastic Reprint. For these I don't mind the "ARchives" stamp too much, but on the back the super long modern copyright line has always bugged me. I think more recent reprints have been slightly better with the location of the copyright line, but with these obvious tack it to the side, or bottom in a separate box makes it almost like identifying it as a modern reprint was an afterthought. ” -captkirk42

“ I love the card (even if a reprint) and I love the fact that there was over four years between the front and back scans being submitted! ” -bkklaos

“ I like the concept of the Archives set, although I don't know enough to know if this is a reprint of a vintage card or a card that never was. I like the latter a little more but both would be something I would collect if I did baseball. Great scans. Rare to be able to read that small reprint text but here I can. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Nice set for high-priced vintage fillers. ” -RoundtheDiamond87

“ A "vintage" rev-neg. Great card of a legendary player. Would love to own both this version and the original 57. ” -dilemma19

“ Even the reprints of the Topps 1957 set are classic. The first year Topps put career statistics on the back. The gold stamp in the upper right corner is the only downside to this set. Oh, the players is a good one, too. ” -jayoneill

“ Beautiful card. Hank looks so thin! ” -Sportzcommish

“ Many people consider the 1957 Topps design to be a classic and one of their favorites. As for me, I never really thought it was amazing. I like the simplicity, but the font just never did it for me. It looks like the white and yellow fonts you'd see in early color TV when they'd show you a grapic. Ugh, no. Also, I don't like that the font alternated in the same line. I think it would have been better for the name to be in ALL white or yellow, and then the team/position be in ALL of the other color. I do like the back though because it was able to fit a lot of information AND included stats from not just the previous season. I believe that was a first as well as the smaller card size. ” -Slug03

“ I love Topps Archives, so glad they started making it again a few years ago. ” -JoshReese92099

“ Great look of a retro card. Still not sold on these, but this looks nice. ” -muskie027

“ In my opinion, the real home run king ” -Bargunmaster

“ He probably would have been great even if he did bat lefty. ” -NJDevils

“ It's not the real thing, which is a shame. I have the real thing. One of my favorite cards. First card in my HOF binders. If I didn't have it, I wouldn't mind having this, as it's pretty nice. ” -vrooomed

“ Love archive sets! ” -cjjt

“ Great looking Archives card. Even better player. ” -Doc Floyd

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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Set: 1993 Magic the Gathering Unlimited (Rate)

Card: #232 Basalt Monolith


“ May I tap once to move on to another card? Please. ” -Sportzcommish

“ Tap this untap that. They use the word tap 5 times, LOL! ” -carthage44

“ it looks like the Washington Monument ” -Bargunmaster

“ I was wondering when they were going to put out a card like this....yeah, I was wondering. ” -NJDevils

“ OK so a Magic: The Gathering (MTG) card. I never got into the game part of this and was not about to get into the collecting end of this, even though I like some of the artwork that has been done through out the thousands of cards from this set/game/franchise. ” -captkirk42

“ Really, what is the idea of mana in general, and why is it used in every fantasy game? ” -DarkSide830

“ I feel lost when I see these, because I never got into the game. What makes one of these good? The name? The picture? The abilities of the card? Obviously the more rare, the more value in monetary terms, but in terms of collecting something awesome, what makes one of these desireable. ” -muskie027

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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Set: 2008 Upper Deck (Rate)

Card: #26 Mike Piazza


“ I like this for a 00's set. Classic vibrant UD card, decent back. Not great, but not bad. ” -muskie027

“ When I was in school and baseball was discussed, his name was usually mispronounced as "pizza" on purpose. Granted, I think that was 3rd or 4th grade when he got to the majors. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Upper deck 2008 will still be my favorite card set ever ” -Bargunmaster

“ A nearly flawless card with a classic batting stance, sharp photo with Piazza the lone focus, and the card company's logo occupying an appropriate amount of space on the upper right-hand corner. None of this set are on my Want List, but they will be. ” -Sportzcommish

“ This HOF'er was a 62nd round draft pick! ” -carthage44

“ He wasn't a great defensive catcher. In fact for many years he was lousy. The question I have is would he have been in the Hall of Fame if he puts up the same offensive numbers as a first baseman? ” -Brimose

“ Oakland, eh? Never knew that. ” -DanD

“ I'm not sure which is worse: Piazza as an Athletic or a Padre. Never mind...it's Piazza as a Marlin. Nevertheless, nice card and nice scan. ” -mkaz80

“ Wow! This came out the second year after I started collecting. I liked the simplistic design, but I didn't like the foil they used because it made the cards hard to read sometimes. If these had looked more like the 08 UD first edition I would have liked it more. But, it's not bad. This was Piazza's last base card for UD. What a player he was even in his later years. ” -Slug03

“ Great back of the card. Front is clean and solid also. Only draw back is the small foil making some of the cards in the set difficult to read. ” -rmpaq5

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Friday, April 28, 2017

Set: 1998 Collector's Choice (Rate)

Card: #74 Bartolo Colon


“ Solid card. Not too fond of the font used for his name but a minor quibble really. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Big sexy looking good on this card ” -Bargunmaster

“ I want to like this card because I'm big on having a full frontal action picture, but the logos and labels seem misplaced, or odd as in the "Diamond Debut" label. I shall pass. ” -Sportzcommish

“ Neat blast from the past. Big Sexy when he was young and skinny! ” -olerud363

“ That Diamond Debut logo needs to be bigger. Seriously it only takes up the same amount of space as 1/4 of Colon's body. It needs to be all logo, and a tiny picture of Colon squished down into the corner. ” -rmpaq5

“ Overall I kinda like this card, particularly the back. If I had to change something, it would be to reduce the real estate consumed by logos and IP rights statements, but nothing else comes to mind that I'd use to fill the space. Can't quite make out Bartolo's weight from the scan, but I suspect he swallowed a teammate sometime after these photos were taken. Looks like a changeup grip in both photos. Coincidence?!? ” -dilemma19

“ Not sure what that nonsense is going on in the right top corner. If that wasn't there it would be an OK front. Back seems too cluttered and not much in the Stats column. ” -captkirk42

“ It's Medium Sexy ” -JoshReese92099

“ I'm surprised to find myself saying this, but I like this card. In fact, I often find myself enjoying many UD Collector's Choice products. I don't have any in my collection but for a low-end product I like them. I love the back of this card, the "did you know" call-out has a nice retro look. I don't like the half circle team identifier though. ” -cnangle

“ It's amazing this guy is still pitching in the league. ” -carthage44

“ He's turned into quite the lovable character these days. Great timing. ” -joshthurman

“ Just goes to show you how long he's been around. ” -deporcoruña

“ dated diamond debut is pretty cool ” -Thunderfoot

“ I hate how all the writing on these cards is so small. ” -suomibear8

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