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Down Goes Brown's Obscure Former Players of the Week by Howintensive (Last updated on Aug. 31, 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.

Pro wrestlers in non-wrestling sets by switzr1 (Last updated on Aug. 30, 2015)

Professonal wrestlers with cards in other sports, and in wrestling. I have also added athletes from other sports who wrestled a match and got on a card for it. And I am only using them if we have scans for their cards in both sports. Guys who could be added if we had the scans on our site include Ernie Ladd, Lawrence Taylor, Tank Abbott, Ken Shamrock, and Dennis Rodman. I'm not using guys like Mike Adamle who had non-wrestling roles in WWE but still got on a WWE card.

Same, But Not the Same by ShoTime (Last updated on Aug. 13, 2015)

Just a quick fun list. If you can think of any, leave a comment.

Minnesota Vikings All-time receivers by CardDude14 (Last updated on Aug. 11, 2015)

At least 1,000 career receiving yards
Not pictured:
52- Red Phillips, 1,091
50- Tom Hall, 1163
49- Terry LeCount, 1223
44- Gordie Smith, 1277

Topps card #100 by dsorek (Last updated on Aug. 8, 2015)

This is a list of all the Topps card #100 which has traditionally been a card of honor over the years. I know Topps has used the X00 cards for stars each year and the X50 cards as the next tier for 'semi-stars', but I'll just do a list of Card #100. Maybe I'll get the steam to do a list for Card #200, 300, 400, etc. This was a fun list and I took the opportunity to provide my opinion on their choice of player as well as the designs.

My Teemu Game-Used cards by suomibear8 (Last updated on Aug. 5, 2015)

These are all the Game-Used Teemu Selanne cards I have that are listed on this site.

Cleveland Browns Receiving Yards Leaders by armac (Last updated on Jul. 21, 2015)

This list consists of players that have at least 1500 yards receiving yards for the Cleveland Browns and who I own a card of in a Browns uniform.

Cleveland Browns Rushing Leaders by armac (Last updated on Jul. 21, 2015)

This list consists of players that have rushed for at least 1000 yards for the Cleveland Browns and who I own a card of in a Browns uniform.

Missing from the list:
Edgar Jones (1946-49) - 1509 yards, 289 carries
Ken Brown (1970-75) - 1170 yards, 346 carries
Ken Carpenter (1950-53) - 1186 yards, 238 carries

Want List - NBA Inserts 92-93 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on Jul. 12, 2015)

All the missing cards from Inserts of the '90

NBA Want List Inserts - 1986-1992 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on Jul. 12, 2015)

All Inserts From 1986-87 untill 1991-92 Missing in mi collection

Minnesota Vikings rushing leaders by CardDude14 (Last updated on Jun. 30, 2015)

Unlisted:
17. Oscar Reed ATT 490 YDS 1968 TDS 8

My St. Louis Cardinals Autographs by ShoTime (Last updated on Jun. 27, 2015)

Every year in my area of Illinois, the Cardinal Caravan comes around. Growing up, it was the best part of a bleak January when 1-2 Cardinal players would come to the Quincy Mall for an autograph session. The following are cards I had autographed from 1993-96, when I actually attended these.

Milestone Cards by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jun. 24, 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.

Trammell by ME20 (Last updated on Jun. 11, 2015)

Alan Trammell

1.1 Million Card Images! by Admin (Last updated on Jun. 3, 2015)

Over one million card images have been added to the site! Thanks to everyone who has submitted items over the years for making this possible. Below is a running list of the milestone cards that have been submitted.

Players From My Hometown by Jack Webster (Last updated on Jun. 1, 2015)

Players that grew up in my hometown of Reading, Mass., where I've been coaching Babe Ruth Baseball for 27 years.

Astros Autographs by marcbrubaker (Last updated on May. 28, 2015)

Houston Astros / Colt .45s Autographs, only cards featuring players in a Houston uniform.

Last Topps Card of Every Hall of Famer Who Has a Topps Card by Vvvergeer (Last updated on May. 25, 2015)

This is my favorite set of cards. 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 this collection 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. They are in order of year of induction. Enjoy.

Jaysee's Top 40 by jaysee88 (Last updated on May. 18, 2015)

Some of my favorite cards of my favorite players.

HOF Autographs by marcbrubaker (Last updated on May. 1, 2015)

Why Did I Collect This? by captkirk42 (Last updated on May. 1, 2015)

Not sure how long this list will get or if I will actually try to continue with it. Anyway it is a list of cards I got that are not normally the type of thing I would add to my PC but for some reason I got it. There may be Non-Sport cards here with subjects I don't normally do. The cards or in a few cases the complete sets on this list I added to my PC for some reason or another.

The Underrated Baseball Rookie Card List by Joeyd011 (Last updated on Apr. 24, 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

Fun and Cool Cards I Have on Display by Vvvergeer (Last updated on Apr. 21, 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.

All-Time San Diego Chargers Punters by Greenfuzz (Last updated on Apr. 18, 2015)

All-Time San Diego Chargers Kickers by Greenfuzz (Last updated on Apr. 18, 2015)

My Completed Sets by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Apr. 12, 2015)

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.

Baseball Binder #1 by KevinM36 (Last updated on Apr. 9, 2015)

Those Who Served In The Military by yokonashiwa (Last updated on Apr. 3, 2015)

Honoring athletes who also served in the Military with cards from my collection.

Cards of interest by Dixxy (Last updated on Mar. 31, 2015)

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

Arlington (TX) Martin High School Alumni by jlamberth (Last updated on Mar. 28, 2015)

Athletes who went to James Martin High in Arlington, Texas. Go Warriors!

2014 Roster of the Indianapolis Colts by koloth42 (Last updated on Mar. 27, 2015)

List dedicated to track cards in my collection of the Indianapolis Colts Roster for the 2014 season.

I limit myself to one card per player (In my Colts training camp autograph box) for each player on the Indianapolis Colts roster for 2014 preferably in Colts attire.

I will use card comments to note any transactions and status of the player.

For now the list contains all players that are headed to training camp including any players selected by the Colts in the 2014 NFL draft.

Heisman Letdowns, Failures, No-Shows by C2Cigars (Last updated on Mar. 18, 2015)

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

Short-Lived Teams/Names Countdown by C2Cigars (Last updated on Mar. 18, 2015)

A countdown of some of the shortest-lived teams or team names.

Bakers Dozen of Fave Topps Card Designs by captkirk42 (Last updated on Mar. 18, 2015)

This is a list of 13 my favorite Topps Baseball card designs, mostly vintage. It is only Topps because there are way too many other designs it is hard to keep up with what is what and I would have to do decade lists. Not quite sure what order to put them in that is also another problem I have with lists. I'm pretty sure I still need to complete all these sets.

Topps Heritage For Trade by JohnNSherrie (Last updated on Mar. 14, 2015)

Top 10 in NHL Point autographs by avsbruins65 (Last updated on Mar. 10, 2015)

Here are the top ten in NHL history for points scored.
1        Wayne Gretzky        (1979-1999)        2857
2        Mark Messier        (1979-2004)        1887
3        Gordie Howe        (1946-1980)        1850
4        Ron Francis        (1981-2004)        1798
5        Jaromir Jagr        (1990-2015)        1787
6        Marcel Dionne        (1971-1989)        1771
7        Steve Yzerman        (1983-2006)        1755
8        Mario Lemieux        (1984-2006)        1723
9        Joe Sakic        (1988-2009)         1641
10        Phil Esposito        (1963-1981)        1590

My Jersey Cards by Dixxy (Last updated on Mar. 7, 2015)

Many don't appreciate Game Worn Memorabilia cards for good reason. Overproduction, money grabs, too many variations, I still have a soft spot for them ever since my first Jersey card pull from a 2000-2001 Vanguard pack. Here's the list from the first to the last as best as I can remember.

Alex Gordon by OKJefe (Last updated on Mar. 6, 2015)

My modern day player. He will never replace Brett as my favorite player but as a former 3rd baseman he has come into his own and won me over as a true fan and my current favorite player on the field today. Fear the Beard!

BO Jackson by OKJefe (Last updated on Mar. 5, 2015)

BO Knows. Having always been astounded by the sheer physicality of this man I was baffled to hear a recent interview on AM610 in KC that Bo said he didn't lift weights on a regular basis and was just naturally physically gifted. Truth or tall tails I will never forget the first time I heard his bat crack on a homerun hit in person. I'm a true fan and have the up most respect for this man as he continues today to do so much for charity and the youngsters he has the opportunity to influence and help. A true modern day athletic role model. BO Knows Baseball!

My Top 10 Favorite George Brett 1994-2010 Cards (That I Own) by midbellman (Last updated on Mar. 3, 2015)

It's been way to long…Over a month since my last list. I have been busy in the last month and I am proud to announce that I have a new website that I am designing - http://georgebrettcards.weebly.com/. I also started a Facebook page - www.facebook.com/gbcardguy and you can find me at twitter - @gbcardguy. I am very new to the social media, so it will probably be pretty awkward at the beginning. One of the cool things about my site is that I show a lot of variation cards. Anyway, this top ten list is all about the after retirement cards for George Brett. I do not generally seek these cards as much as I do cards from when Brett was playing, but I have a decent amount. It's funny, of all the George Brett cards that are available, only about 18% of them are from his playing day. Of all the Brett cards in my collection about 18% of them are after retirement cards, one of those quirky coincidences. 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.

Players Who Played For The 2004 Red Sox by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 15, 2015)

Gold Glove Winners to Play For the Red Sox by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

Rookie Of The Year Winners to Play For the Red Sox by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

MVPs to Play For the Red Sox by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

Cy Young Winners to Play For the Red Sox by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

Boston Red Sox Managers by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

1950 and later Note: some players aren't managers for the red sox on the card and the 1974 darrell johnson is meant to be eddie popowski(bottom left corner)

Baseball Hall of Fame Players Who Became Managers by jackcutch1 (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

Cleveland Browns Punters by armac (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

This list consists of punters for the Cleveland Browns that I own a card of in a Browns uniform. They are listed by number of punts, with a minimum of 50.

Missing from the list:
Chris Gardocki (1999-2003) - 466 punts, 43.4 avg
Reggie Hodges (2009-12) - 213 punts, 42.2 avg
Spencer Lanning (2013-14) - 177 punts, 44.1 avg
Tom Tupa (1994-95) - 145 punts, 41.7 avg
Tom Colella (1946-48) - 97 punts, 37.6 avg
Brad Maynard (2011) - 81 punts, 40.5 avg
Kyle Richardson (2005) - 78 punts, 40.8 avg
Greg Coleman (1977) - 61 punts, 39.2 avg
Dick Deschaine (1958) - 50 punts, 41.3 avg

Cleveland Browns Kickers by armac (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

This list consists of kickers for the Cleveland Browns that I own a card of in a Browns uniform. They are listed by field goal attempts, with a minimum of 20 attempts.

Missing from the list:
Billy Cundiff - 49 of 61 attempts, 80.3%
Jeff Jaeger - 14 of 22 attempts, 63.6%

All-Time San Diego Chargers Quarterbacks by Greenfuzz (Last updated on Feb. 14, 2015)

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