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My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1991-1993 Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Jan. 26, 2015)

I just realized it's been 21 days since my last top ten list. January has been a busy month and it doesn't seem to be slowing down at all. This time era of George Brett cards finishes out his career. So there are many retrospect cards along with his regular cards. As with all of my top ten lists it is solely based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

List of NFL records and more by CardDude14 (Last updated on Jan. 26, 2015)

From passing to rushing, this is the list!

Patches! by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan. 17, 2015)

I have stated many times I liked the hobby better when it was all base set collecting, no "hits". Yet, I would probably be sad if they went away. (Hypocritical, I know).

There is something special about pulling a patch card. When they started doing relics in 1996 they didn't do patches, and when they started introducing patch cards, they didn't make a big deal about it...if you got one, that was great, but it was just considered a jersey card. That didn't last long, and they soon became the de facto parallel for relics.

For the NBA, patches come from the player's name, the team logo, the number, or the tag. (But NOT the borders around the arm or neck holes) For NASCAR it comes from the sponsor patches or the driver's name. I've got quite a few patches, so I thought I would share them in a List.

Down Goes Brown's Obscure Former Players of the Week by Howintensive (Last updated on Jan. 17, 2015)

My favorite hockey blogger is Sean McIndoe from Down Goes Brown and Grantland. Every Friday he does an NHL Grab Bag- sort of a week in review in the world of hockey. He includes sections like "What is the Hockey World Pretending to be Outraged About Now," "Awesome and/or Horrific Old YouTube Clip of the Week," and "What has Don Cherry Gone and Done Now?" My favorite section is the "Obscure Former Player of the Week" section. I did a complete history and analysis of it for him here:


http://www.downgoesbrown.com/2014/05/a-complete-history-of-obscure-former.html

I ultimately want to own a card of every obscure former player. The guys from the '40s will definitely be tough, though.

Fun and Cool Cards I Have on Display by Vvvergeer (Last updated on Jan. 16, 2015)

I only really have one shelf available, but for what it's worth, here's a list of the cards that are out of the binders, in cases, and on display in our office. It used to be only Hall of Famers (and Pete Rose). I recently opened it up to cards and players i just liked. I labelled each carefully, explaining why its on display. Making it more personal to me really freed me up and made it fun for me. Hope you enjoy it.

My partial '80-'90 Trade/Sell List... by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Jan. 16, 2015)

I'm looking for good deals in Football and Baseball Cards ... will trade ALL non-sports cards.

The Iconic Baseball Card List by Joeyd011 (Last updated on Jan. 14, 2015)

This is a list of what I consider to be the most iconic cards in my collection. Even as an adult, there is still an aura about these cards that has never faded.

Want List - NBA Inserts 92-93 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on Jan. 13, 2015)

All the missing cards from Inserts of the '90

The Underrated Baseball Rookie Card List by Joeyd011 (Last updated on Jan. 12, 2015)

If you have the time, check out my extensive underdog rookie card list! Any comments or ideas for adding rookie cards are welcome. I am always looking for players who had great careers, but are not often remembered or the most popular to collect for.

Thanks to all the people who uploaded these cards.

A list where great players live on.

All stats provided by baseballreference.com

We're #1 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan. 8, 2015)

Cards Serially numbered 1 of something in my collection. Does not include 1 of 1s, of which I have several.

Last Topps Card of Every Hall of Famer Who Has a Topps Card by Vvvergeer (Last updated on Jan. 6, 2015)

This is my favorite binder. It's my (almost done) collection of the last Topps card of every hall of famer who has a regular Topps card. I couldn't afford all the rookie cards and if I got into other companies, it'd be too intimidating. But I love the binder all the same. With this method, there are admittedly a lot of players in unfamiliar jerseys, but the cards also have more complete career stats than rookie cards, which is more relevant to HOF status. Enjoy.

My Top 10 Favorite Frank White Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Jan. 5, 2015)

You couldn't be a Royals fan during the 80's without being a fan of Frank White. Never had Hall of Fame numbers, offensively speaking, but defensively there were not many that were better. As with all of my top ten lists it is solely based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

1990 Pro Set Football I Need... by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Jan. 3, 2015)

Need these to complete what I believe is a master set. I have plenty to trade.

My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1988-1990 Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Jan. 2, 2015)

This era is special to me because this is when I started collecting cards. It started when I was in the 4th grade and I got a couple of packs of Fleer basketball cards for our class Christmas party. I still have a few of those cards. Shortly after that I started with baseball and it was a huge part of my life at that time at that time. As with all of my top ten lists it is solely based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

Olympic Cards by Deathgate (Last updated on Jan. 2, 2015)

Football I am looking for to complete sets by Deathgate (Last updated on Jan. 2, 2015)

Trying to complete sets

Milestone Cards by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan. 1, 2015)

I keep very detailed records of my collection. I wish I had begun sooner, when I started in 1998, I had already been collecting for a decade, and the listing has evolved over time. I am still refining it, in fact. It's a combination of two things- my OCD, and a desire to know what I had in my collection. As I was approaching my 30,000th different NBA basketball card, I decided to take note of which card was #30,000. Three months later, I hit 34,000 and have been writing down the Thousand Cards ever since. When I finally documented my NASCAR cards, finishing in 2007, and my non-sports and other sports cards, in 2010, I documented each thousand card then, too. It's pointless trivia, and only matters to me, but I felt like sharing it anyway.

Cards I got for Christmas 2014 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan. 1, 2015)

My family knows that for any gift giving occasion, cards are the gift to give me. They never disappoint, and 2014 was no exception. I got 243 new cards for Christmas 2014, with the biggest surprise being a box of 2014-15 Prestige Premier, a box I never thought I would ever do. I plan to get them all posted here to this List.

Cards of interest by Dixxy (Last updated on Dec. 31, 2014)

Just a list of cards that got names from the scanner I found amusing or milestone scans

SPx flashback by referee86 (Last updated on Dec. 30, 2014)

My Top 10 Favorite Bret Saberhagen Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 29, 2014)

Just so you don't think that I only collect George Brett and Bo Jackson Cards. I felt it is time to bring some other Royals to the forefront. Bret Saberhagen was a stud pitcher having a career spanning 15 years. Didn't have hall of fame numbers, but he was a go to pitcher. Not many pitcher could pitch a shutout in a game 7 of the World Series and he did it his rookie season. As with all of my top ten lists it is solely based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

OU by tbargo (Last updated on Dec. 26, 2014)

My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1986-1987 Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 25, 2014)

It is now officially Christmas and I can't seem to fall asleep. It is kind of like when I was a kid. I'm sitting at my desk wondering what to do and I decided to do another Top Ten List since I haven't done one for a while. On this list I am only doing 2 years because it seems that there was an explosion of oddball, insert, & Broder cards. Heck, there are 20 different Fleer cards to choose from, surprisingly none made this list. As with all of my top ten lists it is solely based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

A FEW FLEER STICKER FAVORITES by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Dec. 24, 2014)

The 1968 > Cloth Stickers are really tough to collect, here are a few of my faves.

My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1983-1985 Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 20, 2014)

This era leads up to the Royals winning World Series. One of their brightest moments in their history. Wish they could have pulled it off this year. Many cool cards came out during this time. I hope you enjoy this Top Ten as well as my other lists. If you haven't looked at them yet feel free to check them out and comment. As with all of my top ten's it is strictly based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

MEMBERS of "THE NAMES" Team by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Dec. 20, 2014)

Thank you to all!
Here we Go!

TOP 10 "OBSCENE" BASEBALL CARDS by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Dec. 20, 2014)

As many of us do, we collect our own subsets. This one has fascinated collectors for a long time. I am in need of a reprint card [surely not going to find an original] of Ole Hoss Radbourn, as pictured here. Any help? ~Bob~

My Top 10 Favorite Bo Jackson Cards (1990-1991) (That I own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 18, 2014)

I have been having fun make these top ten list. This right during the time that I was collecting when I was a kid. I collected all of these cards as an adult, but remember most of these from when I was a kid. Hopfully you will enjoy this top ten and feel free to check out my other top ten lists and comment on them, if you haven't already. As with all of these top ten lists it is strictly based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

My Completed Sets by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 18, 2014)

I'm a set builder, I always have been, and always will be. I completed my first set in 1990 and as of this writing, April 2nd, 2013, I've completed 116 sets. My criteria for inclusion on this list: Pack based release, even if I bought a factory set, qualifies. Factory set only issues qualify at 100 or more cards. Team sets, inserts, promos, do not.
Since I am OCD, I also have kept track of when I completed many of the sets. If I know the exact date, I will include it in the caption. I also had the idea, circa 2004, to record the last card I needed to complete the set, if I wrote it down, that is the card I will use for this album.

My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1980-1982 Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 15, 2014)

I had a lot of fun doing the last top ten George Brett and Bo Jackson lists and hopefully those who looked at them also enjoyed them. If you haven't looked at them yet feel free to check them out and comment. This top ten was a little harder because I have about double the cards to choose from as the last top ten. As with all of these top ten's it is strictly based on my opinion and limited to cards that I own that are listed on tradingcarddb. Hopefully you enjoy it and feel free to comment.

THE WANTLIST... by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Dec. 15, 2014)

Good Evening....my want list will take some time to post. In most cases, I will be looking for years pre-1980, 2000-2014 baseball and football. I also like collecting oddballs, errors & variations and fleer stickers. Stay tuned, Bob

THE COLLECTION..... by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Dec. 15, 2014)

Hello,
I would like to introduce myself, my name is Bob [BOBSCARZ should have been BOBSCARDZ, oh well]. This is a fantastic site, with so many helpful members..Hats Off to everybody!. I'm only in a month, working hard to list my collection, I've received many messages already inquiring about trading. That is not a problem with me, I have decided to list as much as possible, 4 rooms worth of collectibles!. Please bear with me as I continue to update. I have so many cards, I need to enter them in a manner which is easy for me, and less time consuming. What I have in my collection may not be for sale/trade although listed as so, just easier on me and more for you to see. Keep writing, propose trades, let's keep it friendly.
Your friend,
Bob [BOBCARZ]

My Top 10 Favorite Bo Jackson Cards (1986-1989) (That I own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 13, 2014)

I decided to also do a Bo Jackson Top Ten list. If you want to read a little history about myself, feel free to check out my George Brett Top Ten. This Top Ten is strictly my opinion and limited to cards that I personally own. I might do a Top Ten list of cards that I want in the future. Feel free to tell me what you think.

My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1970s Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Dec. 13, 2014)

I became a huge George Brett Fan when I was a child in the late 80s. For a 6th grader I thought I had a pretty good collection of his cards, about 13 cards, and the prize of my collection was an autographed team issued card. Unfortunately, this collection was stolen from me in middle school and I stopped collecting cards until about 4 years ago. After close to a twenty year hiatus I got started again. If you want to check out my collection feel free. This is my first list and I am hoping to do more if people like this one. This list is strictly my opinion and limited to cards that I own personally. Some of the cards pictured are from my collection. Without further ado, here are my top 10 favorite George Brett baseball cards that were issued in the 1970s.

My Superhero Dream Team by yokonashiwa (Last updated on Dec. 5, 2014)

1st MLB Game in Person June 20th, 1971 Pirates 7 Expos 1 by banny (Last updated on Dec. 4, 2014)

This is a collection of players for both teams from the very first big league game I ever attended. I've been a Bucs fan my whole life, so I tried to get the Pirates in PSA 7 or better.

Last NHL Draft Picks of their year and made it to the big league. by JimStaub (Last updated on Dec. 2, 2014)

I wonder what goes in your mind when you are the last pick in the Draft. You wanna make that chance worth their while, probably...

Honorable mentions:
1979 Blair Barnes(1GP)
1987 Igor Vyazmikin(4GP)
1997 Jay Henderson(33GP)
2010 Zach Trotman(11GP)
These players are not included because they didn't have any cards or cards with pictures.

Strangely, Blair Barnes & Igor Vyazmikin both played less than 5 games and both passed away in their 40's.

Heisman Letdowns, Failures, No-Shows by C2Cigars (Last updated on Nov. 29, 2014)

They won the Heisman, but they never lived up to expectations.

TOPPS ALL STAR ROOKIE TROPHY CARDS by FASportscards (Last updated on Nov. 21, 2014)

George Brett by OKJefe (Last updated on Nov. 11, 2014)

He's been my favorite player since before I could play T-ball. Still can't forget that slide into the dugout, wish he'd have made the catch.

900,000! by Admin (Last updated on Nov. 6, 2014)

Congrats to the site members for making it to 900,000 card images added. Who was lucky enough to add the 900,000th image? See below to find out. Next stop 1 million!

Peterson, Adrian by pigskinbucs (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

JT's Rookie Cards D - F by pigskinbucs (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

Jackson, Vincent by pigskinbucs (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

Aikman, Troy by pigskinbucs (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

Martin, Doug by pigskinbucs (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

Allen, Marcus by pigskinbucs (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

Banny's Autographed Cy Young Award Winners by banny (Last updated on Oct. 31, 2014)

My collection of autographed cards of Cy Young award winners in random order.

All-Time 1st Pick in the 2nd Round by Greenfuzz (Last updated on Oct. 17, 2014)

My Kaline by iffie99 (Last updated on Oct. 1, 2014)

1959 Topps #34 Pitchers Beware (Al Kaline, Charlie Maxwell)
1962 Topps #470 Al Kaline AS
1963 Topps #25 Al Kaline
1964 Topps #8 AL Batting Leaders (Carl Yastrzemski, Al Kaline, Rich Rollins)
1964 Topps #12 AL R.B.I. Leaders (Dick Stuart, Al Kaline, Harmon Killebrew)
1967 Topps #30 Al Kaline DP

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