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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Set: 2001 Topps American Pie (Rate)

Card: #91 Willie Mays



"American Pie with Willie Mays? I suppose it's better than the one with Jason Biggs." -wmcduff

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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Set: 2011-12 O-Pee-Chee (Rate)

Card: #12 Daniel Cleary



"The first Newfie with his name on the Stanley Cup. Great left winger." -wmcduff

"Those Canadians and their O-Pee-Chee cards!" -carthage44

"Apparently photography is not an important item in this set since they waste 33% of the card with wording and border." -Scott Sawyer

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Monday, December 19, 2011

Set: 1994 Pinnacle (Rate)

Card: #9 Tim Salmon



"Tim Salmon.......Dance machine!" -Bplay24

"Pinnacle made some fine looking cards in the mid-1990s. The full bleed photography was great, and it was presented without the over-the-top color enhancements of some of the Upper Deck sets of the same era. If you're not sure what I mean, check out the 1993 Upper Deck set- some of those uniform colors look straight out of a comic book and nothing like the real deal." -PlayerPCCollector

"That looks like a painful push off from the bag." -addysdaddy

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Sunday, December 18, 2011

Set: 2009 Topps Heritage (Rate)

Card: #479 CC Sabathia



"Even he looks befuddled by the amount of payroll the Yankees spend in a season." -addysdaddy

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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Set: 1995 Collector's Choice SE - Silver Signature (Rate)

Card: #221 Mickey Tettleton



"Is he peeling his bat handle here?" -addysdaddy

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Friday, December 16, 2011

Set: 1969 Mike Andersen Postcards (Rate)

Card: #287 Frank Robinson



"Look at that stick of lumber!" -carthage44

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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Set: 1976 Topps (Rate)

Card: #451 Buddy Bradford



"Buddy bounced around the Midwest for ten years playing for a series of teams, and never getting more than 300 at-bats in a season. A typical Topps pose from the mid-1970's, taken at Shea Stadium, with the player asked to have his picture taken before stepping into the batting cage." -PlayerPCCollector

"He looks as if he is afraid to swing the bat for fear of maybe hitting the cameraman. Love the sideburns though!" -addysdaddy

"I loved this set as a kid just for the abundance of amazing sideburns." -bplay24

"For some reason this year I have become obsessed with 1976 Topps Baseball. I'll be at a card show next weekend trying to get more commons to fill in my set. I'm not sure why I'm doing this as I don't normally collect complete sets." -Scott Sawyer

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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Set: 1989 Bowman (Rate)

Card: #356 Andy McGaffigan



"Had two different stints with the Expos. Part of 1984 and then 1986-1989" -Mike67

"BRING THAT STACHE BACK!" -carthage44

"Andy McGaffigan was an early leader in the baseball environmentalism movement. His motto was always waste not want not as evident with that awesome soup catcher / crumb duster on his face. Quick fact about Andy he played for 5 teams during his 10 year career the longest stint was with the Expos, now who wants a bike ride?" -cynicalbuddha

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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Set: 1972 Topps (Rate)

Card: #664 Bobby Knoop



"Note to the Topps Airbrushing Department- if you're going to take the time to paint a KC on Bobby Knoop's cap, why not white-out the striping on his White Sox uniform, too?" -PlayerPCCollector

"Bobby Knoop is saying, 'So am I getting paid for this photo shoot, because the Royals aren't paying me crap?'" -carthage44

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Monday, December 12, 2011

Set: 1955 Topps (Rate)

Card: #42 Windy McCall



"I'm hoping 'Windy' got his nickname from the breeze made by bats missing the pitched ball instead of a proclivity for eating a lot of beans...." -Scott Sawyer

"Is he pointing down at the ground daring the batter to hit it there?" -addysdaddy

"Love the nickname!" -carthage44

"Legend has it that Windy got his nick name from eating beans before a game and 'breaking wind' to distract the catcher and annoy the umps. He was not a big hit in the clubhouse either." -cynicalbuddha

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