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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Set: 2003 Donruss (Rate)

Card: #244 Damian Moss

“ I like the simple design of the front and how its a full photo. I wish the back wasn't so plain though. I also wish card backs would still list stats like how they were acquired and how long their contract is. Especially if they have the space. ” -jupiterhill

“ Great design, and great scan! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Great side burns... ” -SaveDaKid

“ Do Australian curveballs curve in the opposite direction? ” -UNC_Samurai

“ Front - Not bad - only flaw in my opinion is the company logo is too large. Back - I guess they didn't have a lot to go with for this guy - also pretty good for the vertical format. More room for stats for veteran players. All in all, this is a good looking set. ” -vrooomed

“ I find that little bitty logo is no substitute for a big ol' team name like in the good old days ... ” -revnorb

“ The Braves have never looked good in color jerseys. ” -jlaz10

“ Great big picture. Nice format on the back for the information. ” -yokonashiwa

“ There were a lot of nice looking issues in 2003- this is one of them. ” -PlayerPCCollector

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Set: 1993-94 Topps Premier - Gold (Rate)

Card: #403 Bill Houlder

“ Two cards from the same set in a week's time...what are the odds of that? Pretty slim considering we are pushing a million cards posted. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Another Topps Premier Gold? ” -suomibear8

“ Classic Ducks! Beautiful! ” -jlaz10

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Set: 1997 Score Premium Stock (Rate)

Card: #137 Leo Gomez

“ Not a bad card, especially from Score. Is there a printing problem with the L in his name? I like the back of the card, full of text and stats. About the only change I would make would have been proper capitalization, I don't care for all-lower case lettering. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ I like to call this era of Score's logo: "The Awkward Teenage Years" ” -Howintensive

“ Whoever designed this card must have had a really awesome beret. ” -revnorb

“ Classic Cubs. ” -jlaz10

“ Too bad that huge logo is on the front of this card. The back is very busy. ” -yokonashiwa

“ His chin is continued on #138. ” -UNC_Samurai

“ Rounding third and headed for an all-star career in Japan.... ” -DaClyde

“ PS... I farted and it smells real bad back at third base.... on behalf of the team, I appologise "I don't know." What's on second btw... ” -Dixxy

“ Premium Stock - when the other 3 versions wasn't good enough.... ” -vrooomed

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Monday, July 28, 2014

Set: 1994-95 Hoops (Rate)

Card: #342 Brad Lohaus

“ One of my favorite sets. Also one of the first I ever did a box of, although I can't recall anymore if it was series 1 or 2. (This card is from Series 2). One of the things I liked about this set was that it included the jersey number in the stats. I've always been fascinated by numbers. On the cards where it's not really visible, it was a nice touch, especially for me as I was getting this set when I was first discovering the NBA, and didn't know much yet at the time. The real cards are not as washed out as most of the scans posted are. And, in case you are wondering, yes, he DOES have teeth :) He was using a black mouth guard. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ About as good as they'll be this year. ” -volbox

“ The current Heat duds are nice, but if they modernized this set maybe it would draw attention away from no more LeBron. ” -jlaz10

“ Gotta love big white centers! ” -carthage44

“ i saw him in a movie last night!! Big Fish!!! ” -Dixxy

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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Set: 1994 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #229 Mike Gallego

“ Interesting design. I've never seen it before. I like how the name wraps around the team logo. The name appears to be done in foil, too. This design was not used in the NBA, which is unusual for the time, most of the companies tried to create an overall theme for each year. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Good job of camouflaging the stats on the back. ” -NJdevils

“ Yankees pinstripes. 'Nuf said. ” -jlaz10

“ He resembles a dictator of some sort. ” -revnorb

“ Leggo my Eggo, Gallego! ” -DanD

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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Set: 1986 Donruss (Rate)

Card: #510 Steve Engel

“ I don't know why, but I like this set. ” -jupiterhill

“ Donruss really didn't a whole lot of redesigning the backs of the cards, did they? The striping is kind of cool on the front of this card. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ That's a man's mustache. ” -Howintensive

“ If you blinked, you missed this guy's MLB career. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ If this card was any more 80's looking, it'd have foot-tall bangs and a Rubik's Cube. ” -revnorb

“ Hard to find an 80's major leaguer with only three cards ” -volbox

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Friday, July 25, 2014

Set: 1992 Pacific Seaver (Rate)

Card: #93 Tom Seaver (Top 10 All-Time)

“ I somehow ended up with several 9-pocket pages of cards from this set years and years ago. so long that I don't remember when or how, but they would have been fairly new cards at the time. I need to locate them and add them to my collection on the Database. Scan is very washed out- it looks like you're looking through fog to see it. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Are my stirrups twisted? ” -Markd

“ This card looks washed out to me. The colors are just too like especially with the blurred fans in the back ground. I did enjoy watching Tom growing up but I prefer him in a Reds uniform. ” -koloth42

“ I'm amazed Pacific found a market for 100+ card sets of just one player. Of course, the Nolan Ryan set ended up being almost 250 cards. ” -UNC_Samurai

“ Please let me throw a strike. I really need a strike right now. Amen. ” -yokonashiwa

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Thursday, July 24, 2014

Set: 2000 Sports Illustrated for Kids (Rate)

Card: #880 Paul Kariya

“ I used to get this magazine just to get the cards. I had no idea it was still being published until I joined the Database, the last time I saw it on the store shelves was likely the last time I got any, also in 2000. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Of all the SI for Kids designs I've seen, these I like the least. I wish they were made with better card stock, and wish SI would release a complete set each year of all the cards, I would buy them. ” -jupiterhill

“ Cooperalls!!! 'Nuff said. ” -Gunny

“ Interesting concept. I don't think I've ever seen a throwback card quite like this. ” -koloth42

“ Perfect card for kids. Always liked the SI Kids cards, and now that I have a son who is an SI Kids subscriber, I appreciate them even more. ” -vrooomed

“ In each issue of Sports Illustrated for kids, there would be a page of 9 perforated cards. Those were the coolest. I have over 400 of the SI Kids cards from when I was a kid. So many memories... ” -Howintensive

“ A very good player and very famous in Sweden for two reasons. One is becaus he missed the last penelty in the 1994 olympics and the secend is that he started his NHL career at the same time as Peter Forsberg. Ended his NHL career whit an exactly one point per game avarage. ” -Magnus77

“ This isn't a half bad design. Maybe SI needs to show Topps how it's done, they're sort of on a roll. ” -revnorb

“ Nice card. ” -uncaian

“ That's cool!! Go Sports Illustrated. ” -Dixxy

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Set: 1996 Finest - Refractors (Rate)

Card: #B339 Mark Clark

“ I have some of the base 1996 Finest cards (non-refractors) that I can't find on the Database. Very confusing listing. Love refractor technology, my all time favorite parallel design. This scan doesn't look much like a refractor, probably my lack of experience with the baseball version and the cover being on it. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ "...and maybe, if you're lucky, we'll finish off this card of graphic Photoshop indulgence with a small photo of a ball player somewhere!" ” -revnorb

“ I don't peel the plastic off either. ” -yokonashiwa

“ I wouldn't say this card was a "Finest Addition"to any collection.Ugly design. ” -uncaian

“ I remember when the Cubs threw him out against the Braves in 1998. It was the worst bombing involving Mark Clark since Monte Cassino. ” -UNC_Samurai

“ Park, Lark, Shark, Dark, Bark... ” -SaveDaKid

“ I didn't like those coatings you could remove. Everyone had their opinions on whether or not it should be removed, and how would affect it's grade. ” -suomibear8

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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Set: 2002 Topps UK Attack of the Clones (Rate)

Card: #69 A Noble Jedi Knows No Fear

“ I had no idea the British versions were so different until Dixxy showed me about a week ago. Something else to chase! This was my favorite of the Prequals, and I've seen it well into the three digits. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ This card made me remember those early Star Wars sets, from 1978-ish. I had forgotten all about them til now. Those were maybe kind of cool. This one looks modern and bland. Bring back color!!! ” -revnorb

“ Oh my God YES!!!! Something I can be proud of as a cotd!!!!! I found out about this set by accident as I was starting to expand my star wars co?lection. I merely figured it was the regular set when I purchased some cards off ebay. Since that realisation I have successfully finished collecting the whole set with all the chase cards through the same seller. Probably my first star wars build. The other version is on its way in the mail too. These cards are like pokemon to me. Gotta catch em all! ” -Dixxy

“ Why would a Jedi waste levels on Noble? ” -UNC_Samurai

“ Never seen Star Wars. Yep, that's right I have never seen ANY of the Star Wars and I am proud of it! ” -carthage44

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