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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Set: 1966 Topps (Rate)

Card: #23 Jack Sanford



“ What's more 1960's Topps than a photo of a capless player who was recently traded? ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ Ah, the last set I collected in my youth. Nice back too. ” -NJDevils

“ Jack apparently is scared by something behind and to the right of the camera. Having never heard of this guy I'm surprised to find that he was the Rookie of the Year in 1957 with the Phillies and went 24-7 for the Giants in 1962, finishing second in the Cy Young voting. ” -sascards67

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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Set: 1993-94 Pinnacle (Rate)

Card: #266 Darrin Shannon



“ It looks like he is about to run into something hard and knows he won't be able to stop in time. ” -sascards67

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Set: 1993-94 Hoops Gold Medal Bread (Rate)

Card: #30 Luc Longley



“ This was my favorite Hoops design. I think I used to have this card but since it is worth nothing I gave it away. ” -sascards67

“ After Oakley broke free of Longley's half-nelson, he countered with a few body slaps and proceded to victory with the figure four death-lock. ” -bigsmooth

“ Great action shot of two big men fighting for a rebound. I thought basketball wasn't a "contact" sport? ” -wamk

“ Someone please tell him that the bread is not worth someone going headless over. ” -addysdaddy

“ I thought it was a wrestling card at first! ” -socialgarbage

“ I'm sure that 3 seconds after this photo, Oakley introduced Longley to the hardwood. ” -DanD

“ Neat thing about many basketball cards is the action shots. Many common cards have major stars in the photo. As for this photo, I think Longle is going for the takedown. ” -NJDevils

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Monday, September 10, 2012

Set: 1995-96 Parkhurst International (Rate)

Card: #205 Tie Domi



“ There is way too much going on here. It almost looks like it's tie-dyed. ” -sascards67

“ Started his career with a bang. In his first 2 games he had 42 PIM. I've always seen that stat, but never got around to researching what happened. ” -DanD

“ Too much color! ” -suomibear8

“ Crickets? ” -Hollywood42

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Sunday, September 9, 2012

Set: 1989-90 O-Pee-Chee (Rate)

Card: #290 Thomas Steen



“ Is that the Geico caveman in the background, or just a Canadian? ” -bigsmooth

“ I like this set. Some rookie cards of great players (Sakic, Leetch, Fleury, Roberts, Linden) , and the set can be had for under $20. The design of the fronts and backs aint bad either. ” -DanD

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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Set: 1993 SP (Rate)

Card: #286 Todd Steverson



“ Didn't he get banned for trying to lose on purpose by ordering intentional balks? ” -Young Kilo

“ Someone tell him not to be so happy, you can only take one bat to the plate at a time! ” -addysdaddy

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Friday, September 7, 2012

Set: 2000 Metal (Rate)

Card: #185 Al Leiter



“ Good design, always liked the texture of these cards, and pretty sharp photos. My only gripe is the use of giant-sized type for the player name and team info. ” -wamk

“ This is what happens when a comic book company designs cards. ” -bigsmooth

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Thursday, September 6, 2012

Set: 1991 Donruss (Rate)

Card: #12 Roberto Alomar



All of the Donruss Diamond King cards were included in Dick Perez’s 2010 book "The Immortals: An Art Collection of Baseball’s Best": http://dickperezimmortals.com

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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Set: 1986 Fleer (Rate)

Card: #2 Joe Beckwith



“ He looks undercover... ” -suomibear8

“ Not a good card design at all. ” -addysdaddy

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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Set: 1990-91 Score American (Rate)

Card: #125 Denis Savard



“ Although this card still lists Denis as a Blackhawk the back does mention that in the summer 1990 he was traded to Montreal Canadiens. The Blackhawks got defenseman Chris Chelios in return. ” -Gunny

“ I wonder if Savard posed for that hockey player on the bottom right of the card? ” -bigsmooth

“ I never understood why it was necessary to make the exact same card in 2 languages. If you're going to do it in 2 languages, make 2 different cards! ” -suomibear8

“ A great card of a Hockey Hall-of-Famer. ” -jlaz10

“ Good photo size, but a pretty boring design for the border. ” -wamk

“ Denis Savard always managed be open on offense and equally far away from his man on defense. In this card you can barely see the stick and glove hand of the guy he is supposed to be covering 30ft away. ” -Mark G.

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