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Monday, November 12, 2012

Set: 1987 ProCards (Rate)

Card: #1965 Tim Tolman



“ The home of the Toledo Mud Hens, in Maumee, Ohio, is the only ball-based sporting arena I've ever been to...it was not for a sporting event but for a convention in the ajoining buildings, however. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Not a particularly inspiring card but fun none the less. I do like cards for minor league teams. ” -koloth42

“ Typical minor league card, Blah! Love the minor league team names. ” -carthage44

“ Oh it's the Mudhens! I've heard of them before!...Somewhere... ” -Hollywood42

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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Set: 1971 St. Louis Cardinals Picture Pack (Rate)

Card: #5 Julian Javier



“ This card would have been much better served by being printed in color. Based on the title of the card, I guess it's a promotional issue (I don't collect baseball, so I don't know for sure) but even so the concept of full color cards was long established at this point. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ The glory days of the multi-purpose, Astro-Turfed, bowl stadiums. Julian Javier, of course, named his son, a future major leaguer, after his teammate Stan Musial. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ Team set from 71. I do like these type cards but it should have been done in color. Little on the cheap side if you ask me. ” -koloth42

“ Something about vintage cards captures the moment so much better than newer cards...I can almost feel the, 'I am smiling because I am in the big leagues' moment. ” -flcardtrader

“ I might have thrown this card out if I ever got it. ” -carthage44

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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Set: 2011-12 Upper Deck (Rate)

Card: #413 Andrew Brunette



“ Upper Deck still makes cards? ” -sascards67

“ A solid design for a card. Upper Deck's basic sets were always good for that. Looks like he just saw something he wishes he hadn't seen, though! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Another young up and coming Blackhawk. Too bad their is no season for Brunette to showcase his talents. ” -carthage44

“ Sharp card design. Upper Decks does a good job on design too bad it uses the same design or a similar one across all thier products for the year. ” -koloth42

“ Hockey come back! We miss you! ” -Hollywood42

“ Hockey is dead people...nothing to see here....move along. ” -flcardtrader

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Friday, November 9, 2012

Set: 1965 Topps (Rate)

Card: #539 Herm Starrette



“ I always remember Herm as looking really old as the pitching or bullpen coach of various major league teams in the 70's and 80's. Turns out he was in his 40's when I remember him. Must be the perspective of age. ” -sascards67

“ Nice card design. I am courious to know where this photo was taken since it is a posed one. I guess propably a the spring training facility. ” -koloth42

“ Oh, the good ol' days. I was in my prime card collecting years when this set debuted. Love the backs too. ” -NJDevils

“ I loved just about every set from the 60's. I wish I was alive during that era to collect these great cards. ” -carthage44

“ One of Topps best designs ever! ” -socialgarbage

“ Nothing can beat vintage cards in good conditions ” -Hollywood42

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Thursday, November 8, 2012

Set: 1982 K-Mart (Rate)

Card: #20 Joe Torre



“ I think Topps produced about 1 Billion of these for Kmart. The card on card design is a tribute to the 1975 Topps MVPs subset. ” -sascards67

“ Never cared for the Topps Kmart collections. ” -carthage44

“ Wow. A card of a card where the player really needed to be more central to start with. O.o ” -koloth42

“ If you were collecting in 1982, these cards will produce a smile, because the 1982 K-Mart set was one of the first examples of the hobby getting out of hand. These sets sold for $2 at select K-Marts, but because hobbyists thought they would be "rare" and "regional," they began to appear in Baseball Hobby News and Sports Collectors Digest for $20 a piece. Eventually, sanity took over, and 30 years later, the set is barely worth the $2 at which it started out being priced. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ A card in a card rolled into a trademarked logo inside another trademarked logo. ” -addysdaddy

“ Ah the classic box set. I remember there being tons of these put out by Topps, Fleer and Donruss and they were cheap. You could get them for about a buck a box. ” -cynicalbuddha

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Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Set: 1970 Topps - Super Glossy (Rate)

Card: #26 George Webster



“ What the @#@#$ you mean when you say light blue is too feminine? I will %@#$%#$ you up! ” -sascards67

“ SUPER glossy not just glossy! ” -carthage44

“ What do you mean the Oilers will leave Texas and move the team to Tennessee??!! ” -addysdaddy

“ Never saw these before. Looks like a fairly nice card except for the rounded edges. ” -NJDevils

“ Interesting card. Too bad there are no stats on it. Ah well not every card or set you produce can be a winner. ” -koloth42

“ Ah, the wonder of airbrushed jerseys! ” -jlaz10

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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Set: 1986-87 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #23 Walter Davis



“ Fleer didn't even try on this design. ” -carthage44

“ A good job by Fleer. Plain and simple, but nice. No extraneous junk or design floating all over the card. ” -NJDevils

“ Great player for the Suns, from the most important set in basketball collecting. ” -wamk

“ I don't even know what to say ” -Hollywood42

“ I passed on this set for $10 when it came out. Obviously, I've regretted that since. ” -sascards67

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Monday, November 5, 2012

Set: 1991-92 Score Canadian Bilingual (Rate)

Card: #128 Dino Ciccarelli



“ It's adorable when someone finds a shoebox full of these cards and think that they struck oil. ” -DanD

“ As good as the Topps design was for 1991-92 the Score was just as bad. ” -sascards67

“ Do you think people 30 years from now will look at this card and say, "yeah, that 91 Ciccarelli sure is vintage!"?....no, me either. ” -flcardtrader

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Sunday, November 4, 2012

Set: 1956 Topps (Rate)

Card: #115 Jackie Jensen



“ Absolutely fantastic! Amazing how in a technically less advanced time, they didn’t have to put the same picture twice on the card as they have been doing recently. ” -NJDevils

“ Love the simplicity of the 56 Topps set. ” -suomibear8

“ Jackie was an All-American football player before patrolling the outfield for the Red Sox. He retired early because he feared flying so much he could not travel to the teams that were expanding to the west. ” -sascards67

“ Just a solid all-around card. Action shot with a close-up face shot plus a facemale auto. NICE! ” -carthage44

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Saturday, November 3, 2012

Set: 1978 Topps (Rate)

Card: #140 Rollie Fingers



“ The cap design screams 1970's. ” -sascards67

“ A classy player on a classic card. This was the first set I started with as a kid. Didn't have very many of them though. ” -koloth42

“ Best mustache in the league, combined with the ugliest uniform.. ” -wamk

“ With a 'stache like that, I'm surprised he never pitched for the Pirates. ” -DanD

“ Nice card, nice stash! ” -carthage44

“ Oh, if Raleigh, North Carolina ever got a team of their own they would HAVE to be called the Raleigh Fingers. ” -DaClyde

“ Guess Gillette and Rollie never could see eye to eye ” -addysdaddy

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