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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Set: 1984 Donruss (Rate)

Card: #228 John Lowenstein



“ Love the 80's cards and look at that perm. ” -carthage44

“ This is one of Donruss' better designs. This particular card is a nice on IMHO. Nice action photo with please design that isn't taking over the card. ” -koloth42

“ Donruss had a classic design in the mid-80s. It's a shame they killed it and eventually turned to basketball, under the name Panini. ” -jlaz10

“ Yuck ” -Hollywood42

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Set: 1991 Donruss The Rookies (Rate)

Card: #51 Scott Kamieniecki



“ Ahh...the infamous "XRC" ” -suomibear8

“ Sigh...A Yankee... ” -Hollywood42

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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Set: 2000 UD Ionix - Shockwave (Rate)

Card: #S10 Mo Vaughn



“ I feel a shockwave in my stomach just looking at this ” -sascards67

“ Another card where the company decided to throw whatever graphic crap they could and see what stuck.. ” -Mike67

“ OK, boys! Get all lathered up and fire away with all the snappy comments on how ridiculous this card's design is. Believe it or not, there was a time when card manufacturers tried to appeal to kids, not just recycle designs from 50 years ago. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ UD Ionix was an interesting idea to make cards look more futuristic but I think more fans enjoy the "classic" look to cards. ” -carthage44

“ 7H15 Þ351GN 5µ©K5 ” -koloth42

“ They just don't come any worse. ” -NJDevils

“ No matter what they did with the inserts, the Ionix inserts always looked very similar to the base cards. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ I think a common theme for late 90s/early 00s UD inserts is that they all have way to much going on ” -Hollywood42

“ Because Shockwave is really spelled 5HO[KW6A3. ” -jlaz10

“ This card is a little too busy. All the words and background take away from the image. ” -biggiofn7

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Monday, December 24, 2012

Set: 2006 Topps eTopps Classic (Rate)

Card: #69 Bo Jackson



“ Bo knows baseball card royalties. ” -koloth42

“ I like this card except for the giant square they put the set logo in.. ” -Mike67

“ I never understood e-topps. ” -sascards67

“ Bo was so good he looked airbrushed in real life. ” -Brandon

“ It was a good idea, but something was lost in translation from the drawing board to this. ” -jlaz10

“ Bo knows big yellow boxes ” -titanup74

“ Bo knows? Bo knows!! ” -cynicalbuddha

“ I just DVR'd the Bo Jackson 30 for 30 documentary a few days ago. Looking forward to it! ” -DanD

“ Bo Jackson: Was one of the best two sport players out there. ” -FASportscards

“ One of sports biggest What if's? ” -Young Kilo

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Sunday, December 23, 2012

Set: 1982 Donruss (Rate)

Card: #537 Derrel Thomas



“ Not a bad design for an early 80's card. You got a big action photo shot with a ball and bat that gives you the players name, team and position. Plus, you get the brand and year right on the front of the card. What more do you need? ” -carthage44

“ The bat-and-ball design is a classic. ” -jlaz10

“ No steroids working here, that's for sure. Derrel looks like he should be playing for the local high school, not the Los Angeles Dodgers. ” -PlayerPCCollector

“ anyone here older than 30?...anyone here interested in the 50's cards?.......bryan ” -colchester47

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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Set: 2008 Donruss Threads (Rate)

Card: #138 Tony Romo



“ I like the logos in the upper corners but what is going on with that blurry image in the background? ” -carthage44

“ Dallas will never win with Romo at QB ” -Young Kilo

“ This design is too modern to be a Donruss card! ” -jlaz10

“ An underwhelming card of an underwhelming QB. As a lifelong Cowboys fan (and I am old), I would rather see a card of Clint Longley. ” -NJDevils

“ Always have liked the design of 2008 Donruss Threads, from any sport. Looks really nice ” -Hollywood42

“ Please don't hit me, Please don't hit me, Please don't hit me!!! ” -biggiofn7

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Friday, December 21, 2012

Set: 1986 Donruss (Rate)

Card: #172 Roger Clemens



“ Loved the Mid 80's baseball cards. I am a little biased because that is when I started collecting so when I see these cards it gives me wonderful flashbacks. ” -carthage44

“ The blue stripe background is interesting, but the tilted picture doesn't work for me. I find myself turning my head to make it appear squared off. I have OCD! :) ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Pre-roid Clemens with his pencil neck.... ” -suomibear8

“ A decent card by Donruss. Never like the backs with the 'recent major league history'. ” -NJDevils

“ Another Clemens? Still say he ain't a hero ” -Hollywood42

“ The diagonal picture in this set and ample space above the brand name and underneath the player name give this card an odd look. Nonetheless, a great set. ” -jlaz10

“ Once one of the most sought after cards, now many dont want it because of cheating. Wonder at what point of his career he started cheating. He is still one of my favorite pitchers even with roids. ” -biggiofn7

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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Set: 2002 Upper Deck Prospect Premieres - Heroes of Baseball Joe Morgan (Rate)

Card: #HJM5 Joe Morgan



“ Never heard of the cards and now I see why. ” -carthage44

“ Reprinting legends of the game is getting a bit over done. Do kids today even know who Joe Morgan was in baseball? ” -koloth42

“ This is from the time when UD started to be less about documenting the game, and more about the gimmick of the week. Although I don't collect baseball, that's how it was in NBA, and the design of this card certainly seems to match that aspect. Being at the start of that era though it doesn't really suffer any from it. However, it's not a bad card design at all and if I collected baseball I would have been trying to complete the insert set as I always enjoyed Legends based sets. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Never liked these 'heroes' series. Not a pretty card either. I just hope Joe can jump through the time portal before it closes. ” -NJDevils

“ And this is why Upper Deck doesn't make baseball cards anymore. ” -jlaz10

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Set: 1999 Pacific Paramount (Rate)

Card: #93 Brett Favre



“ So is the the base card, the silver parallel, the silver rain parallel, the silver foil parallel, the silver silver parallel, or the not quite as silver as the base parallel? I mean we are talking late '90's Pacific here. ” -sascards67

“ Who cut the Favre? ” -carthage44

“ To sum it up in John Madden style BRETT FARVE ” -addysdaddy

“ First year using the white card stock, I liked the old look better... ” -mhawk

“ I like him better in a Vikings jersey ” -Hollywood42

“ All I see on the bottom is Brett Fame. Maybe they could have taken the time to space out the letters? ” -jlaz10

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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Set: 1984-89 O'Connell and Son Ink (Rate)

Card: #49 Bobby Shantz



“ I just puked in my mouth a little bit after seeing this card. ” -carthage44

“ And this is why MLB and MLBPA stopped licensing businesses like these to make cards. ” -jlaz10

“ Was there a purpose to this card? I hate these cards of guys who retired over 20 years before the card issue. ” -NJDevils

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