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TOPPS ALL STAR ROOKIE TROPHY CARDS by FASportscards (Last updated on Feb. 9, 2019)

Only showing the Topps flagship and Heritage base cards. No variations shown, unless the base card did not have the trophy on it. This list is only showing the players that were selected by Topps as their All Star Rookie.
Will update list when new year comes out.

Anaheim Ducks Goalies by Tylergallo (Last updated on Feb. 9, 2019)

All goalies in Anaheim Ducks history that have a card with an image on the site. Starting a series with post-1990 expansion/relocation teams.

NFL Players Born in Germany by Scharni (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2019)

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Super Bowl MVPs by Scharni (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2019)

My best Red Sox cards - Boston and Minors by AtarianX (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2019)

The best cards I've obtained so far, from the Boston Red Sox and every one of their various minor league affiliates over the years.

Sets I am working on by bkim (Last updated on Feb. 6, 2019)

These are 10 sets I am working on to complete the base cards.
The card pictured is one of the cards I need.
Importance from 1 to 10

My Completed Sets by bkim (Last updated on Feb. 6, 2019)

Whole sets, and inserts will be included up to 1990's when vendors got crazy with them. In order I completed them. Pre 1972 were released in series.1 each month from late March to late September

Nashville Predators Goalies by Tylergallo (Last updated on Feb. 6, 2019)

Every goalie to wear the Predators uniform. Another short list!

Minnesota Wild Goalies by Tylergallo (Last updated on Feb. 4, 2019)

All goalies to play a game for the Wild. Not a lot on this list!

NFL Super Bowl MVPs by stevejrogers (Last updated on Feb. 4, 2019)

Negro League and MLB Players by bpoday (Last updated on Feb. 2, 2019)

These are MLB players that once played in Negro Leagues. Historians vary on when Negro League ended but many use 1950 as a cut-off date as it was mostly barnstorm teams after that. This list considers the Negro League players of 1920-1950. Sadly, there are 8 players in which no cards exist (that I can find).

Interim Managers 1970-Present by fedoratipper (Last updated on Feb. 2, 2019)

With Jim Riggleman becoming the interim manager for the Reds, I decided to make a list of managers who took over mid season.
Update: I'm now including the 70's

Last Scan Needed by yokonashiwa (Last updated on Jan. 31, 2019)

Cards that 100% the images for that set.

Topps card #100 by dsorek (Last updated on Jan. 30, 2019)

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.

Vrooomed’s 40th Anniversary Giveaway - Pick 38 by ClevelandRocks006 (Last updated on Jan. 29, 2019)

Cards received via Vroomed’s 40th Anniversary Giveaway. The event was fun to participate in and the cards are greatly appreciated. Thanks Dan!

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From Record Books to Lyrics - Athletes Used Figuratively by Sportzcommish (Last updated on Jan. 28, 2019)


Sports is not only a diversion, but a microcosm of life's struggles. Songwriters take it a step further and employ sports heroes in their lyrical compositions to paint thoughtful interpretations of life. It's not just the mention of an athlete in a song, those are a dime a dozen, it's their name used figuratively that make this list.

Unfortunately if it's not used figuratively I'll delete the post to not influence others to simply post a song that mentions an athlete. If your post is still shown with lyrics it's because I'm still trying to determine if it qualifies.

All suggestions are appreciated whether they make the list or not.

1969 Topps Cards from the MLBPA Boycott of 1968 by Dave Sosidka (Last updated on Jan. 28, 2019)

As the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) was forming and strengthening, the players realized that Topps, with a monopoly on producing baseball cards, was paying them peanuts for their likenesses. As a move to put some pressure on the Brooklyn-based bubble gum giant, the players decided to not pose for Topps photographers in 1968. The result was that the 1969 set contains many older photos- taken two, three, and sometimes, more years earlier. To read more, check out
Thanks to Jack Webster for his detective work in helping me track some of these down.

Cleveland Browns Punters by armac (Last updated on Jan. 24, 2019)

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:
Britton Colquitt (2016-18) - 246 punts, 46.1 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
Andy Lee (2015) - 70 punts, 46.7 avg
Greg Coleman (1977) - 61 punts, 39.2 avg
Dick Deschaine (1958) - 50 punts, 41.3 avg

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Cleveland Browns Kickers by armac (Last updated on Jan. 24, 2019)

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%
Travis Coons - 28 of 32 attempts, 87.5%
Cody Parkey - 20 of 25 attempts, 80.0%
Zane Gonzalez - 17 of 25 attempts, 68.0%
Jeff Jaeger - 14 of 22 attempts, 63.6%
Greg Joseph - 17 of 20 attempts, 85.0%

Cards i think i’ll never get by aussiewayne (Last updated on Jan. 23, 2019)

A list of cards I can only dream of owning, some I have never even seen pictures of

Last Topps (base set) Card of Every Hall of Famer Who Has a Topps Card by Vvvergeer (Last updated on Jan. 22, 2019)

Getting to be too many inductions per year, in my view. But maybe it will slow in a couple of years. And now we're back to cronyism with Harold Baines getting in. But at least the no one gets in with 100% of the vote thing is over and done.

Anyway, I've added the 2019 class, because I don't/can't wait until July.

This is my favorite subset of cards. It's my collection of the last Topps card of every Hall of Fame player 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.

Cards With Kids by royals (Last updated on Jan. 22, 2019)

Photos showing the kids as an intentional part of the shot...not just as fans in the stands. Often spending time with their athlete parent, but it does not have to be the athlete's child.

Please leave a comment with recommendations for cards to add.

Random Cards. Literally. by Kirbythedodger (Last updated on Jan. 22, 2019)

DISCLAIMER: None of these cards mean anything historically, they're just a list for me.

My Phillies Favs and Wants by tonym (Last updated on Jan. 22, 2019)

My all time All Time Favorites around the diamond- Working on their RC and 1st card in a Phillie uniform

Signs of the 80s: Winningest Goalies by bevans (Last updated on Jan. 20, 2019)

A complement to my leading scorers list, this one tracks my attempt to collect autographed cards of the top 25 goalie wins leaders of the 1980s. Win totals are based on the 11-year period from 1979-80 through 1989-90.

A Long Strange Trip by bevans (Last updated on Jan. 19, 2019)

Stephane Beauregard was a seldom-used backup goaltender who spent five years in the NHL, four of them with the Winnipeg Jets. His journey in the one year away from Winnipeg almost seems too far-fetched to be true.

Peyton Manning by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Jan. 19, 2019)

Coasters Pending

MLB Team Hall of Fame Cincinnati Reds by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan. 18, 2019)

Reds Hall of Fame is outside Great American Ballpark, off on the First Base Side of home.

MLB Stadium Statues Cincinnati Reds by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan. 18, 2019)

Statues are located in the plaza in between the Reds Hall of Fame & Museum and the entrance for Great American Ballpark.

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MLB Retired Numbers Cincinnati Reds by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan. 18, 2019)

Retired numbers adorn the railings of the upper deck of Great American Ballpark

Completed Topps Sets by CKBeber329 (Last updated on Jan. 18, 2019)

My Goal is to complete the Topps sets from 1980 to Present

Members I've Met by C2Cigars (Last updated on Jan. 17, 2019)

Members I have met in-person. In 2018 I met four members. In 2019 I want to break that record and meet 5 or more members.

Any members interested in meeting, send me a message. I frequent the following locales and routes/states between. I'm not adverse to driving extra miles out of the way.

Northern Virginia / Washington DC area
Upstate New York
Detroit area
planned roadtrip to Colorado

Detroit Tigers Non-Certified Autos by rmpaq5 (Last updated on Jan. 14, 2019)

Here are my after release signed Detroit Tiger Cards. Some gathered in person, some found searching boxes, some found at shows.

10,000 Miles(tones) by BeChristensen (Last updated on Jan. 14, 2019)

Logging 10,000 cards is a feat in and of itself. I knew when I started logging cards onto TCDB that I wanted to keep track of certain milestones. It feels like I've been trekking many miles with my fingertips entering in each of these cards. For each 10,000 cards entered I will do a milestone post. Nothing fancy just a few words and a date.

Beckett's Top 80 of the ‘80s by GPAJOE (Last updated on Jan. 14, 2019)

This is the list of the top 80 cards of the 1980's from the January 2019 issue of Becket Baseball issue #154. This list was put together by the Beckett staff.

Atlanta Thrashers/Winnipeg Jets Goalies by Tylergallo (Last updated on Jan. 13, 2019)

All goalies to appear in a game for the Thrashers/Jets franchise.

Summer League Autographs by BeChristensen (Last updated on Jan. 11, 2019)

These are Autographed in person cards from the NBA's Summer League in Las Vegas. I plan on doing this trip for years to come. This list could get big.

WCW Hall of Fame by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan. 11, 2019)

Started by the company in 1993, and was held annually at the Slamboree PPV in May, and the event was given the "Legends Reunion" brand name. Along with the in-ring ceremony, there were other dignitaries brought out to help honor the inductees.

Dropped after 1995, presumably to concentrate solely on the current product, which was white hot in the midst of the nWo angle. It was never resurrected. It would appear that the WCW Hall was attempting to be more "all-inclusive" to the sport than the WWF's, which was created at the same time, and concentrated on the inductee's time with the promotion. Only a few inductees, like Dusty Rhodes, Ole Anderson, and Wahoo McDaniel had made HOF caliber impacts (both in and outside of the ring) on the territory (Pre-WCW it was Jim Crockett Promotions/Mid-Atlantic under the NWA brand)/promotion through the years.

As far as I know, the honoree plaques were on display at the CNN/Turner headquarters in Atlanta. It is not clear what became of them since the WWF purchase of WCW, and all of its assets in 2001.

Perfect Games by deegsteach (Last updated on Jan. 9, 2019)

Cards highlighting the pitcher-catcher batteries for all 23 official perfect games and 3 unofficial ones. Most of the cards are from my collection, but I added some wantlist cards that were specific to the events. Also, couldn't find an Emil Gross card who caught John Ward's game and Ron Hassey is the only catcher to have caught 2 perfectos - who knew.

Vladimir Guerrero - the Topps Collection by Handsome Wes (Last updated on Jan. 9, 2019)

A look back at the career of "Vlad the Impaler" - a 2018 Hall of Fame inductee - and currently the only member to represent the Angels franchise (more on that later) - as told by his Topps cards.

500 Steals by deegsteach (Last updated on Jan. 9, 2019)

All players who have compiled 500 or more stolen bases in their careers. I chose cards in my collection and ones that show career steals stats on the reverse when possible.

Favorite "hits" by switzr1 (Last updated on Jan. 8, 2019)

Hits of favorite teams, players on favorite teams in their old uniform, and wrestling. Autographs, relics, manufactured relics, and numbered. I will put them in a better order next time I'm at my computer.

Milwaukee Brewers TTM Baseball Card Autographs by ntlwhlr (Last updated on Jan. 7, 2019)

A list of the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Cards I have received via through the mail autograph requests. They are sorted from earliest card years to latest.

As with any TTM, I assume them to be authentic, but never 100% sure. A few were in person autographs vs. TTM and they are noted as such. I'll continue the list with additional autographs as they are received.

A Thank You to all the Players Who Are Kind Enough To Respond To Fan Mail and Autograph Requests.

50th Anniversary MLB Postseason Teams 1969 World Champions New York Mets by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan. 5, 2019)

NL East Champions 100-62
NL Champions (Atlanta Braves) 3-0
World Champions (Baltimore Orioles) 4-1

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Father/Son - Different Sports by switzr1 (Last updated on Jan. 5, 2019)

The father is known for one sport, the son for another.

New sets added to my collection in 2018 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan. 4, 2019)

Once again, this will attempt to cover everything, not just my main sports.

My Collection of Players Associated with Quirky Trivia by Vvvergeer (Last updated on Jan. 4, 2019)

Got an excellent addition.

The more I collect, the more interested I've become in getting a bit more free-form. Collecting all the Topps sets is nice, but other quirky "sets" are more fun.
Especially when I'm buying vintage cards, where I'm likely to only buy one card from the set, I need some reason to buy one card over another. I go for Cubs, but I don't know any of the non-stars from each other. So how to decide? I do a little research and find the cards of guys with quirky trivia attached to them.
Here are a few of those cards.
As always, feel free to suggest others. I'll probably want to buy them.

1956 - My Birthyear Team by Sportzcommish (Last updated on Jan. 4, 2019)

This is simply a team I've put together from the 1956 Topps Baseball set to mark the year of my birth. If I ever get card #130, then Willie Mays will replace one of the outfielders, otherwise this is it.

Baseball RCs (or XRCs/FCs) Still Needed (Post-1980) by Sportzcommish (Last updated on Jan. 4, 2019)

I have an extensive player collection and in the era of multiple card companies, i.e. no longer just one RC per player, these are the players whose rookie cards remain on my Want List. They are listed in chronological (then alphabetical) order.

Nebraska State League MLB Players by bpoday (Last updated on Jan. 4, 2019)

List of all players that have trading card that played in this league (Class D league from '56-59) For most of these players, this was their first stop in the minor leagues. I believe most cards in this set reference the Nebraska city/team on the back of card. I grew up in Kearney, NE and Kearney was the Yankees team but this was 15 years before I arrived. Love all things Nebraska!


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