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Winning pitchers, the day I was born by switzr1 (Last updated on Feb. 27, 2018)

These pitchers won on September 27, 1974.

Astros/Braves and Yankees/Indians were both rainouts

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All-Collection Team by IfbBirdsCards (Last updated on Feb. 27, 2018)

The player at each position that I have the most cards of.

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Tubas by BucCollector (Last updated on Feb. 25, 2018)

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February 2018 Non-Sport Acquisitions by cnangle (Last updated on Feb. 25, 2018)

I'm already done spending money on cards this month. I'm already way over my monthly card budget. I couldn't pass up the complete "Bird Series" sets. The artwork and printing is so well done on these sets it almost looks like the birds could fly off the cards.

Edit 2/24/18: Went antiquing this weekend... I had to buy a few more before February closed. Who needs a budget anyway?

Sets Completed in 2018 by Shadowmangmr (Last updated on Feb. 16, 2018)

These are sets where I've obtained the last card in 2018.

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Reds in an Era: 2008-2015 by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Feb. 16, 2018)

In 2008, the Reds completed trades to send Ken Griffey Jr. to the Chicago and Adam Dunn to Arazona. In 2008, a new core of players began to emerge. Edinson Volquez, newly acquired from the Rangers, won 18 games and made the all-star team. Joey Votto came in second in the ROY voting. Jay Bruce made his debut in May, and Johnny Cueto also debuted in 2008. The Reds won the NL Central Division in 2010 and 2012 and made a Wild-Card appearance in 2013. They're best opportunity to win was in 2012. Although they made the second wild-card in 2013, things began to fall apart, and in 2014 the window to win shut as they lost 86 games and came in 4th in the NL Central, and at the 2015 trade deadline the Reds began to trade off pieces including Johnny Cueto and Mike Leake.

Collecting Cards makes cents by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2018)

And quarters, nickels, dollars, etc..

Five of...Ed Vande Berg by SeaKing (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2018)

Former reliever spent time with the Mariners, Dodgers, Indians and Rangers. Would rather sprint to the mound than be chauffeured in the Tugboat. Latest feature on my blog, Tridents and Trading Cards

https://tridentsandtradingcards.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/dreaming-of-ed-vande-berg/

Autographed Racing Cards by jasongerman9 (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2018)

An alphabetical listing of autographed racing cards that I have acquired. Cards are listed alphabetically except for the newest signature; it is listed first. When I add a new signature, the former last card will be added to it's proper alphabetical spot

Autographed Soccer Cards by jasongerman9 (Last updated on Feb. 8, 2018)

An alphabetical listing of autographed soccer cards that I have acquired. Cards are listed alphabetically except for the newest signature(s); it is listed first. When I add a new signature, the former first card will be added to it's proper alphabetical spot

Why Pro Set is Awesome by cnangle (Last updated on Feb. 7, 2018)

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January 2018 Non-sport Acquisitions by cnangle (Last updated on Feb. 5, 2018)

This is a list to record the pre-war cards I acquired during the month of January, 2018.

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Cards I remember hunting down by bkim (Last updated on Jan. 27, 2018)

These are cards that took some time to hunt down longer then it should of taken. Some were needed to fill a hole and others were an upgrade.

Chasing that Cardboard Rainbow by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan. 25, 2018)

The concept of collecting a Rainbow is getting every different version parallel for a specific card. This became possible in the late 1990s when sets started having more than one parallel, and now is nearly impossible with 1/1s and printing plates. I've only completed 4 at the time of this writing (1/11/18) all of which are NBA. Naturally I'm not considering the cards that had only one parallel. List was inspired by the Card of the Day on day of typing. List title inspired by https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCPpOba2O4g

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No Purchase Necessary Wins by ketchupman36 (Last updated on Jan. 19, 2018)

Free cards!

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Kaoping Fala Foreigners by fedoratipper (Last updated on Jan. 16, 2018)

My second list of foreigners for the TML. This time, it's for Kaoping Fala.

1994 NFL Throwback Uniform Cards by fedoratipper (Last updated on Jan. 16, 2018)

UPDATE: Now added which games they were worn for

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Taipei Gida Foreigners by fedoratipper (Last updated on Jan. 12, 2018)

Foreign players for the Taipei Gida, a team in the defunct Taiwan Major League.

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Fran Tarkenton: Topps Master Set by cnangle (Last updated on Jan. 7, 2018)

I'm using this list to track my collection of Fran Tarkenton cards produced by Topps. This set includes all inserts, parallels, and variations.

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Cleveland Browns - Numbers by armac (Last updated on Jan. 1, 2018)

Retired numbers in Browns history:
14 Otto Graham
32 Jim Brown
45 Ernie Davis
46 Don Fleming
76 Lou Groza

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Serially Numbered cards added to my collection in 2017 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 30, 2017)

I've never tracked how many autographs, relics and serially numbered cards I've ever gotten in a year before. I decided to do that in 2017, hopefully I will remember to add each one to these lists as I add them to the Database.
Of the three I expect this list to be the largest.

Relics added to my collection in 2017 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 30, 2017)

I've never tracked how many autographs, relics and serially numbered cards I've ever gotten in a year before. I decided to do that in 2017, hopefully I will remember to add each one to these lists as I add them to the Database.

Autographs added to my collection in 2017 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 30, 2017)

I've never tracked how many autographs, relics and serially numbered cards I've ever gotten in a year before. I decided to do that in 2017, hopefully I will remember to add each one to these lists as I add them to the Database.
I suspect this will be the smallest of the three lists.

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Christmas Cards 2017 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 30, 2017)

Highlights of the cards I got for Christmas 2017. Way, way more than I expected so I won't post them all.

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New People Added to my collection in 2017 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 30, 2017)

Again NBA and NASCAR only.

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New People Added to my collection in 2017 - Hockey Only by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 29, 2017)

2017 is the year I began actively collecting the NHL. I like to keep track of the first card I get of each person, and this is the easiest way for me to do that. Since so many of the people are going to be new for me, I thought it proper to create a chart just for them, plus I get to see how many new people I add to my collection in 2017. Thanks to the gifts from several friends, I begin with exactly 3000 cards in my NHL collection.

New Sets added to my collection in 2017 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 28, 2017)

Unlike previous years, I will attempt to include ALL sets, not just the three main aspects of my collection. Since I cleared the 1000 cards mark in baseball and football in 2016, and the 3000 mark in hockey, I've got a lot of sets already and in 2016 made a chart on my blog that lists the sets- so now I have something to work off of to determine which is new or not. I began collecting the NHL full time in 2017 so the list is hockey heavy but covers a wide variety of topics spanning 128 years. The first card from each set added to my collection is the card that appears in the album. It can be any card, IE, base, parallel, insert, etc.

And They're Not Even Parallels by SeaKing (Last updated on Dec. 26, 2017)

Colored parallels have become the norm in just about every modern baseball product. And because they are parallels, with the same card number on the back, there's really not much to get confused by. There is at least one product, however, that could cause a collector some confusion.

2012 Heritage featured a number of 'Rookie Stars' who appeared on multiple cards. I'm not going to do a comprehensive list here, but will feature three cards of former Mariner Alex Liddi, who just happened to be the first MLB player to be born and raised in Italy.

As you can see, each card features a different background color, as well as three different prospects per card (in addition to Liddi). At the very least, Topps should have used blue towards the top of card #191.

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Bengals in an Era: 2011-2015 by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Dec. 24, 2017)

Cleveland Browns 1st Rounders by EbeSPN (Last updated on Dec. 24, 2017)

After locking up the 1st overall pick in 2018, here are the guys the Browns have taken in the 1st round since returning as an expansion team.

Sets Completed in 2017 by Shadowmangmr (Last updated on Dec. 23, 2017)

These are the last cards of sets I finished this year. For some of these, I have been trying to finish the set for years.

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Cards I got signed, with story by vrooomed (Last updated on Dec. 22, 2017)

A list of all the various cards I've personally gotten autographed over the years, and the story behind it. Note: Currently a work in progress. Eventually, I will add the images of all of the actual cards in my collection. Additionally, I have several more that will need to be added.
An additional autograph story: In 1990, during Spring Training, I asked Juan Samuel and Mike Scioscia to each sign a baseball for me. The balls had been used for batting practice and had actually been hit out of the park. My dad and I had picked up about 20-25 balls and we were giving them out to kids so they could use them for autographs too. Got to tell Juan Samuel how much we missed him being a Phillie. I got Scioscia's autograph because he's from near Philadelphia.

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Not *Quite* Recycled Photos by SeaKing (Last updated on Dec. 21, 2017)

One of the biggest complaints I hear from fellow collectors is that Topps often recycles photos- with single photos being spread out over many different brands. This isn't a new practice, nor has Topps cornered the market on this transgression.

I recently came across these four cards of former Mariners legend Dan Wilson. The photos are not what we would call 'recycled,' but they do feature an interesting sequence of photos that seem to have been taken within a very short time of one another.

Players Traded for Themselves by vrooomed (Last updated on Dec. 21, 2017)

These players wound up in deals where they were returned to their original team as part of the deal that got them to their new team. If you know of others, please leave a comment or direct message me. Enjoy!
(Details courtesy of Baseball Reference. Wikipedia only mentions 4 players, Terpko seems to be overlooked.)

Topps Recycles 2017 by ShoTime (Last updated on Dec. 19, 2017)

A new year brings new recycling from Topps. 2017 cards are shown first, with their older doppelgangers following. Cards from 2017 using the same picture will go by release date.

Final update for 2017. Not every set was done, but there are still plenty of examples and plenty more that I missed.

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Nine Cards of the Kid from December Card Show by SeaKing (Last updated on Dec. 18, 2017)

Among the number of cards I picked up at the recent card show were nine cards of Griffey,Jr.

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Autograph and Relic Cards I Have + Story by Bargunmaster (Last updated on Dec. 18, 2017)

Just the autograph or relic cards I have with a story, if I remember what happened. Some still need pictures.

Badly airbrushed Basketball cards by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec. 17, 2017)

Sometimes, when a player joins a new team, a card set will be released before a photo of the player in the new uniform can be obtained. Most of the time, preferably, there will be a note on the card, or just a second card in the Series 2 release when card companies actually cared. But sometimes...sometimes they would paint on a new jersey. And it's absolutely hideous. The entire 2000 Topps USA set for the men could be on this list, also.

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Multi-Year Topps Baseball Rookie Cards by Joeyd011 (Last updated on Dec. 14, 2017)

This list includes baseball players who had at least two RC cards issued by Topps. Recommendations are welcome!

Thank you to the uploaders of these cards.

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At the Wall by banny (Last updated on Dec. 12, 2017)

I enjoy collectiing cards of outfielders making plays(or attempting to), right at the outfield wall.

Ken Griffey Jr. believed this was the toughest play an outfielder had to make. "You've got two things that are moving", said Griffey. "You and the ball." "And one that isn't,..the wall."

Baseball Players Born In New Jersey by herkojerko (Last updated on Dec. 9, 2017)

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Derpy Pitchers by Jd_sports (Last updated on Dec. 7, 2017)

Cards featuring pictures of pitchers with derpy expressions. Comment if you know of any others.

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Cards of interest by Dixxy (Last updated on Dec. 3, 2017)

Just a list of cards that I found amusing or are milestones in my collection

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My Greatest Pack Pulls by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Nov. 29, 2017)

While there are many ways to get new cards, my favorite is by buying the original box they came in. (As a set collector, this is a great way to build sets, too!) After collecting now since I was 4 years old, I've opened my share of boxes and packs...and I've pulled some really incredible cards! This is a highlight reel of some of my best and favorite pulls.

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Current Seattle Seahawks Roster by catchfrase (Last updated on Nov. 26, 2017)

All players on current roster for the Seattle Seahawks

Current Miami Dolphins Roster by catchfrase (Last updated on Nov. 26, 2017)

One card for each current player on Miami Dolphins roster.

Rookie Cards Of Philadelphia Greats by herkojerko (Last updated on Nov. 25, 2017)

This is a list of the rookie cards of the Philadelphia greats that I have displayed. It is still an ongoing list. These players have all made a great contribution to Philadelphia sports. They are in no particular order. Check it out and see if you think some should be added or deleted.

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NBA Franchise Index by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Nov. 22, 2017)

A brief history of the teams that have made up the NBA. For the purposes of this project, every name or location change counts as a separate entry.

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Univ. of Miami (FL) career rushing leaders by jlcre2003 (Last updated on Nov. 22, 2017)

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Related to Celebrities by JoshReese92099 (Last updated on Nov. 17, 2017)

This list is of athletes related to celebrities, but to keep the list short, I didn't include any athletes with famous wives or siblings who are famous as athletes, only nonsports celebrities.

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