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Sioux City Soos by OCHawkeye (Last updated on Jun. 8, 2018)

A list of major league players who played for or managed the Sioux City Soos, a minor league team who played in the Western League from 1940-1958 and the Illionois-Iowa-Indiana League from 1959-1960.

The Soos were affiliated with the following major league teams:
Detroit Tigers: 1937, 1939
St. Louis Cardinals: 1941, 1956
New York Giants: 1947-1955
Kansas City A's: 1959-1960

Jaysee's QB Club by jaysee88 (Last updated on Jun. 6, 2018)

My favorite QBs, depicted on the last regular issue card of their career.

Can I Keep My Jersey?: Joe Smith by fedoratipper (Last updated on Jun. 1, 2018)

Note: There are no cards of him with the Bulls, Thunder, Nets, and Lakers

Topps Design Evolution -Cubs Edition by Doe MG (Last updated on Jun. 1, 2018)

One card depicted for each of Topps annual flagship baseball sets.

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Can I Keep My Jersey?: Jim Jackson by fedoratipper (Last updated on May. 31, 2018)

Jackson played for 12 different teams during his career. He shares the record with Joe Smith, Chucky Brown, and Tony Massenburg
Note: There is no card of him with the Lakers. Also, the Rockets traded him to the Hornets but he never played with them.

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Can I Keep My Jersey?: Mike Sillinger by fedoratipper (Last updated on May. 30, 2018)

Sillinger holds the record for most teams played for in the NHL with 12

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Can I Keep My Jersey?: Bartolo Colon by EbeSPN (Last updated on May. 24, 2018)

On his 45th Birthday, here is a list of cards for the Bartolo Colon who has appeared so far for 11 teams including twice with the Chicago White Sox. It is rare that a Cy Young winner bounces around this much, but along the way Big Sexy has 4 All Star selections and appeared in 1 World Series out of the bullpen for the Mets. He was not pitch in the postseason for the 1997 Indians.

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Closers by EbeSPN (Last updated on May. 23, 2018)

The all time saves list using their last card while playing.

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May 2018 Non-sport Pick-ups by cnangle (Last updated on May. 22, 2018)

This marks my fifth month of non-sport collecting. I've added '56 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon and all of the original Topps Star Wars sets to my collecting goals. I'm still trying to find my non-sport focus. There are a lot of cool non-sports sets out there.

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La Crosse Loggers in MLB by EbeSPN (Last updated on May. 21, 2018)

Most recent card of players who made it to the Majors after playing summer league baseball for the La Crosse Loggers.

It probably would not have hurt anyone if these guys had been All-Stars just once! by jaysee88 (Last updated on May. 18, 2018)

Every year there are perceived snubs when the All-Star rosters are announced. Someone always gets left out that maybe should have made it. But hey..... It probably would not have hurt anyone if these guys had been All-Stars just once!

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Autographed Cards of the 1969 Cubs by Lerxst2112 (Last updated on May. 15, 2018)

The goal of this collection is to acquire a signed copy of every Topps card each of the players and coaches of the 1969 Cubs appeared on throughout their playing career. I've acquired 428 signed Topps cards of the 465 cards needed. This makes the collection 92% complete, requiring only 37 more cards. I have a total of 1015 autographed cards by the 41 players, along with 35 signed by the coaching staff and even 3 signed by the team's TV announcer. The list uploaded here is only the 1969 Topps cards (or the closest they had to a 1969 issue) from each player. You can find the rest of the collection, along with other material, at my website listed below or click the link found on the bottom of each players page.

Here's a key to the info on each player's page. For example:

Ted Abernathy

"Abby" d.04 (36 yr. old veteran Reliever) 56 games

Ted Abernathy's nickname was "Abby", he died in 2004, he was a 36 years old relief pitcher during the 1969 season and he appeared in 56 games as a Cub in 1969. If the player was an All-Star in 1969 that is also indicated here. This information is followed by a short player bio including any of my personal encounters with the player.

1969 Cubs Autographed Topps Cards

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Basket wantlist by 3482460680 (Last updated on May. 15, 2018)

WANTLIST

Want list - NBA SPx 1996-1999 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 10, 2018)

Want List - NBA Inserts 93-94 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

All cards still needed

Want List - NBA Inserts 95-96 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

Want List - NBA Inserts 96-97 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

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Want List - NBA inserts 97-98 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

Want List - NBA Inserts 92-93 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

All the missing cards from Inserts of the '90

Want List : NBA Inserts 94-95 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

Want List - NBA inserts 98-99 by jeeyeeii (Last updated on May. 6, 2018)

The Mitchell Report by fedoratipper (Last updated on May. 5, 2018)

The players named in the Mitchell Report

The All Edible MLB List by AnalogKid (Last updated on May. 3, 2018)

Players you could eat, but shouldn't.

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Short-Lived Teams/Names Countdown by C2Cigars (Last updated on May. 3, 2018)

A countdown of some of the shortest-lived teams or team names. MLB, NBA/ABA, NFL/AFL, NHL/WHA

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Hometown Heroes - Single Franchise Players by Lerxst2112 (Last updated on May. 2, 2018)

While over 18,000 players have worn a major league uniform, only 177 of them have spent their entire career, of at least 10 years, exclusively with a single team. That number is reduced to a scant 22 if you only include those with at least 20 years of service to a single franchise. Fully, 20 of them have been named to Baseball's Hall of Fame, including 2 from this years class. Of the remaining 2, Derek Jeter seems a virtual lock for that honor as soon as he becomes eligible. Ten of these players surpassed 3000 hits, one had more than 500 home runs and one had more than 400 wins and 3500 strikeouts. I've had the pleasure of personally meeting 10 of these players at autograph shows in the past. This list was inspired by the book Hometown Heroes by Clay Sigg.

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2012 Cincinnati Reds - NL Central Division Champions by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on May. 1, 2018)

Starting Line Up, Rotation and key players on the 2012 Cincinnati Reds NL Central Division Championship Team. Although the Reds won the Division in 2010, this was probably their best shot to win a World Series in the 2010-Present Era. They lost to the Giants in the NLDS 3-2 games after winning the first two games in San Francisco. They finished with a 97-65 record.

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Heisman Letdowns, Failures, No-Shows by C2Cigars (Last updated on May. 1, 2018)

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

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Gotta Love the Name by C2Cigars (Last updated on Apr. 30, 2018)

Some of my favorite nicknames

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My First Ever Card by Aycee (Last updated on Apr. 29, 2018)

What card did you see first when you opened your first pack?

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Discount Superstars by IfbBirdsCards (Last updated on Apr. 21, 2018)

Players with the same name as a more well known player/person.

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Chris Berman Football Nicknames by fedoratipper (Last updated on Apr. 18, 2018)

Cards of players who have been given nicknames by Chris Berman

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Cards that Accurately Predicted the Future by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Apr. 12, 2018)

Card companies sometimes try and predict the future. Sometimes, it's laughably far off. Sometimes, however, it's accurate.

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Billy's Top 25 Most Wanted Cards by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Apr. 10, 2018)

While I have lots of cards on my wantlist, that does not show which are my most wanted...so this list was born.

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Better Stuff Available for Trade by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Apr. 10, 2018)

I like to trade fairly simply. One card for one card, it doesn't matter who is on the card or what set I am getting back as long as I need it. However, I do have a few things that are slightly rarer that I'd like something slightly rarer for in return.

Cup of Coffee by C2Cigars (Last updated on Apr. 10, 2018)

A player with a "cup of coffee" is one who has played in only one game in the majors. These players got their Cup of Coffee and a MLB baseball card during their career.

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April 2018 Non-Sport Aquisitions by cnangle (Last updated on Apr. 8, 2018)

This is will be my fourth month of actively buying vintage non-sport. My vintage non-sport collection is getting a little more focused. I'm still buying just about anything I find in antique stores but I'm actively seeking all the Church & Dwight, Clark's Thread, J&P Coats, and Arbuckle's Coffee sets.

Valuable Names by kota5 (Last updated on Apr. 8, 2018)

Names with numbers in their name, or names related to money. This list contains real people, fictional characters, but does not contain cards that contain images that are 18+

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1990 New York Yankees by fedoratipper (Last updated on Apr. 7, 2018)

As a Yankees fan, the late 80's early 90's teams were painful to watch. And this year was no exception. The Yankees finished 67-95 for their first last place finish in 24 years.

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2004 Arizona Diamondbacks by fedoratipper (Last updated on Apr. 7, 2018)

The 2004 Diamondbacks were an absolute train wreck finishing 51-111. The only highlight of the season was Randy Johnson (In his last year with the Diamondbacks) pitching a perfect game against the Braves.

Kornél Dávid Cameo Cards by gabor (Last updated on Apr. 4, 2018)

The only Hungarian player who played in the NBA so far, appeared in other players cards mainly in the season 1999-00. Let's collect those appearances here.

His official cards won't be listed.

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March 2018 Non-sport Acquisitions by cnangle (Last updated on Mar. 31, 2018)

3/31 update: I closed out March pretty strong. I am way over budget for the month but I allowed myself a little extra because my wife and I went on a road trip to Devils Tower in Wyoming and we stopped at every antique store along the way.

3/17 update: This has been a month of coffee cards. I think that's all that I've bought this month. My wife and I did some antique hunting near Rochester, MN today. She found a lot of vintage books. I only found four trade cards...all coffee cards.

This is will be my third month of actively buying vintage non-sport. I'm finding that I am drawn towards trade cards more than tobacco issues. They are generally a little cheaper and the subject matter is a little broader.

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Mariners Transactions by fedoratipper (Last updated on Mar. 25, 2018)

Traded or Free agent cards for the Mariners. Inspired by EbeSPN's transactions list for the Yankees and Red Sox.

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Different years' cards from the same photo session by Dave Sosidka (Last updated on Mar. 19, 2018)

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1998 Florida Marlins by fedoratipper (Last updated on Mar. 17, 2018)

A year after winning the World Series, the Marlins had a fire sale of their best players (Something they would do again after winning the 2003 World Series). This resulted in a 54-108 season.

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2003 Detroit Tigers by fedoratipper (Last updated on Mar. 13, 2018)

One of the worst teams in recent memory. The 2003 Tigers finished 43-119 for the third worst record in MLB history behind the 1899 Cleveland Spiders and the 1962 New York Mets.

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Humorous Names by vrooomed (Last updated on Mar. 12, 2018)

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TRADES in PROGRESS by BOBSCARDZ (Last updated on Mar. 8, 2018)

Trades presently agreed upon.

16281
Trade
Sat, 2/24/2018 4:19 PM
tsch67
BOBSCARDZ

15776
Trade - steadily ongoing
Sat, 1/27/2018 4:07 PM
kents_xtras_trd_sell

**Trades with Gary not on transaction manager. steadily ongoing
almost ready to send. Trade #2 done.
** Trade with Jay, BIG Yankee deal ongoing.

DownBeat Jazz Hall of Fame by BucCollector (Last updated on Mar. 6, 2018)

The DownBeat Jazz Hall of Fame was started in 1952. Members are listed by year of induction.

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2 Sporty 2 Play 1 Sport by C2Cigars (Last updated on Mar. 3, 2018)

Athletes that played (coached/managed) professionally in more than one sport and had cards released during their playing careers.

No gimmick cards. No college cards. No Olympic cards. No cards released after their career.

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Beard Power by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Mar. 1, 2018)

Who has the best beard in all of sports? (Besides me!)

Open to suggestions...

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