Random Card of the Day


Saturday, January 17, 2015

Set: 1992 Fleer/ProCards (Rate)

Card: #728 Jose Munoz



“ Minor league cards always try so hard. ” -carthage44

“ Interesting design. It kind of looks like something you would get printed out of a mall photo booth, and I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Not bad - the front border graphics remind me of what the local photographer does for my son's little league photos, but otherwise pretty nice. I do like how the theme is used on the reverse as well. ” -vrooomed

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Friday, January 16, 2015

Set: 1969 Topps (Rate)

Card: #208a Donn Clendenon



“ They shouldn't have cropped so close, it looks silly with his name and team box superimposed over part of his head. Otherwise, a fine card. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Another ERR/VAR card! How sweet! ... the best part of card collecting is searching for the errors & variations. U gotta try it? ~BOB~ ” -BOBSCARDZ

“ I always loved the fun cartoon drawings on the back with the tidbits of info about the players! ” -bkklaos

“ Simple be effective design. Absolutely love the back of the card. ” -carthage44

“ Great back of card. Nice absence of company name on front, I think. ” -NJDevils

“ Interesting card. Clendenon was drafted from the Pittsburgh by the Expos in the 1968 espansion draft. He was then traded to the Astros, but refused to report and a few months later was then traded to the Mets. So he is pictured here with Houston (with whom he never played), in an airbrushed Pirates uniform while he was actually a member of the Expos. ” -DaClyde

“ Another Curt Flood type deal - traded to the Astros, but didn't report. Not a bad design for the card, but not my favorite of the 1960s. Other than the horizontal 1960 set (not a fan of horizontal cards), it's down there. Still better than 95% of the designs since 1985! ” -vrooomed

“ One of the simplest front card design I've seen. Yet still very affective. I gotta say that I'm not a big pink salmon fan though, for the back. ” -JimStaub

“ Obviously still in a Pirates uniform due to the black and gold piping, but why wouldn't you just leave the P on the helmet? It looks odd blank. ” -jlaz10

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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Set: 2014 SAGE HIT - Autographs Gold (Rate)

Card: #A114 Robert Herron



“ Can we petition the card companies to stop with the stickered autographs? ” -vrooomed

“ This is why modern autograph inserts need to be scaled WAY back. Scale the back to the point where players might actually sign their name and not just their initials. Soon, they'll just be signing with an 'X'. ” -DaClyde

“ I would like these cards more if they had an NCAA license and they could print the cards with the college teams logos and uniforms. ” -carthage44

“ I know the autograph/memorabilia inserts have spun out of control, but I still love the thrill of pulling one from a pack! ” -bkklaos

“ What uni is that, high school? ” -jlaz10

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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Set: 1994 Topps Archives 1954 (Rate)

Card: #251 Roberto Clemente



“ I never knew Clemente was a Dodger. Looks like a Montreal Royals hat. Was taken by the Pirates in the 1954 Rule 5 draft. ” -Mike67

“ One of the all-time greats! ” -cckeith

“ The Great One, one of the best moves the Buccos ever made was snatching him in the rookie draft when the Dodgers were trying to "hide" him as a bench player in Montreal. ” -Gunny

“ I love TOPPS ARCHIVES, especially the 1994 [1954] set. I have both regular and gold sets. Clemente + 6 other cards, have the reverse back ERRORS, also there are "orange variations" and "orange gold" SPs. My kinda set! ~BOB~ ” -BOBSCARDZ

“ I know people rip these reprints but for most people this will the closest you can get. ” -carthage44

“ I'd rather have the 1954 version, but as this is in my budget range, it would satisfy me! ” -bkklaos

“ Great card. Imagine an outfield of Jackie Robinson in left.Duke Snyder in center and Roberto Clemente in right. Would have been amazing ” -Garygriv

“ My dad's favorite player. I remember him telling me about Roberto. When my dad played, he had the same number. ” -JimStaub

“ Is it just me, or is it kinda ridiculous they couldn't get the player photos centered properly, leaving all this empty green space on the card? How hard and obvious an adjustment would that have been? ” -revnorb

“ I didn't even know he was a Dodgers prospect. Nice cap, too. ” -jlaz10

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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Set: 2013 Choice Vermont Lake Monsters (Rate)

Card: #27 Matt Stalcup



“ Cool team logo. They talk about this team often on the Albany news broadcasts when I am in Lake George, NY. (about 45 minutes from Vermont) Great card design, too. A lot of times I like the minor league designs better than the big league sets. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Sweet scan! ” -carthage44

“ The back is lackluster, but the front is pretty sharp. ” -jackal726

“ Lake Monsters? Is the team mascot Nessie? ” -Joshua825

“ Lake Monsters...love it! I'm now a (distant) fan! ” -bkklaos

“ His cap looks like a first base man plastic cap. Just like John Olerud. ” -JimStaub

“ Nice clean design. Reminds me of a BBM set from Japan. ” -DaClyde

“ Nice looking set. I like the uniform. I like the team name too. I would collect these ” -switzr1

“ The Lake Monsters had a great minor league set before they jumped on the kid-friendly bandwagon. ” -jlaz10

“ Just about as nice a MiLB card as you can get! Full-bleed front, with name, postion, uni #, team logo, and small manufacturer logo. The reverse has an actual card number (many MiLB sets surprisingly lack them), college stats!, and draft info. Only thing I'd like to see on these, somewhere, anywhere, is the MLB affiliate's name. (BTW, it's the A's.) ” -vrooomed

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Monday, January 12, 2015

Set: 1963 Topps Astronauts (Rate)

Card: #45 John Glenn



“ I hope he wore that bow tie when he ate his 3-D fried egg on Mercury. ” -switzr1

“ Normally I don't trust a guy with a bow tie but John Glenn is a total badass. Went into space at 77 years old as a member of the U.S. Senate. You got my vote pal. ” -Id8jlb8666

“ Cool! I've been a fan of space exploration for my whole life- probably due to my love of Star Wars- my first memory of anything in life is watching Empire Strikes Back. I need to find some of these cards for my collection. I like how Topps used a continuation design for it's 1969 Man on the Moon series, of which I just got my first two cards of in December. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Awesome! Dixxy uploads all the "good stuff"! ” -bkklaos

“ Bow ties are cool! ” -koloth42

“ Aging myself, but I actually remember this! ” -BOBSCARDZ

“ I'm a sports card collector but this is just plain cool! ” -carthage44

“ This is a set idea that I think would be great if they did again with autos and GU space suits! I once worked for Charles Bolden, 4 time shuttle astronaut and now NASA Director. Great man! ” -CluelessJoe

“ The back makes the card for me. Fry an egg on Mercury. Made my day! ” -JimStaub

“ Great set. I don't know how I missed collecting these when I was a kid. I wonder if it was selective distribution? ” -NJdevils

“ John Glenn: An American Hero ” -jlaz10

“ You just have to love that bowtie! ” -Joshua825

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Sunday, January 11, 2015

Set: 1990 Score (Rate)

Card: #515 Jim Gott



“ I'll admit it. I really do like this set. My only gripe, and it's small - the numbers are not in the same spot on all the cards. REALLY small gripe. :) ” -vrooomed

“ Wow, he's moving so fast his mouth can't even keep up! ” -Billy Kingsley

“ I love when the cards have full stats and a narrative. I rather see that than all the graphics ” -SSG Temple

“ I really like this score design. ” -carthage44

“ Am I the only one who prefers a horizontal back? ” -NJDevils

“ The Pirates, the innovators of pullovers and sansabelt, kept this look way too long. ” -jlaz10

“ I like the oversized and reversed letters that start his first and last name. The border and trim colors look like a Pac-Man cabinet... ” -revnorb

“ I've always liked the colorfully-bordered early Score baseball sets. 1988, 1990, and especially 1991. This was very uncommon in its day. This one has a nice back too. Too bad the 1990 Score Rookie/Traded set isn't colorful like the base set though. ” -switzr1

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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Set: 1984 O-Pee-Chee Michael Jackson (Rate)

Card: #31 Michael Jackson



“ One of the greatest entertainers ever and an even better human being. R.I.P Michael. ” -Id8jlb8666

“ I guess the interesting facts about Michael were used on cards 1-30? This sounds more like name-dropping. ” -switzr1

“ ummmmmm ! ” -uncaian

“ What do the Phillies and Michael Jackson have in common? They all wear only one glove for no apparent reason. :) ” -vrooomed

“ I am ashamed to admit that I have these cards. There, I am totally ashamed. ” -NJDevils

“ Definitely a baseball card. ” -jlaz10

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Friday, January 9, 2015

Set: 2014 Score (Rate)

Card: #136 Marques Colston



“ Nice design. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ I like the trapezoidal border; I don't like how so much real estate is devoted to the word "SCORE." ” -revnorb

“ FANTASY BUST! ” -BOBSCARDZ

“ I know score is cheap but they are great cards for young collectors. ” -carthage44

“ The Saints would look so better without neck roll. ” -jlaz10

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Thursday, January 8, 2015

Set: 2003 Fleer Patchworks (Rate)

Card: #44 Pedro Martinez



“ One of the best pitchers of all-time. ” -carthage44

“ Nice looking card. I like the way that Fleer, in its latter years, had the year beneath the Fleer logo on the back. Always makes sets easier to identify without looking for a copyright date in the small print. ” -switzr1

“ First ballot Hall of Famer ” -Young Kilo

“ Remember when Pedro grabbed Don Zimmer by the head and gently dumped him on the ground when Zimmer charged the mound? Well... Pepperidge Farm remembers. ” -Id8jlb8666

“ The good days of Boston baseball. ” -jlaz10

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