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People I almost ran over with my car by switzr1 (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

This list could also include the old retired school librarian in my town, but he doesn't have a card.

People should really watch where they're going.

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Last few cards needed to complete sets by George Hayes (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

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Never Played For That Team by Jack Webster (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

Players that appeared on a regular 60's & 70's Topps card, but never played for that team. (Rookie and Traded cards excluded)

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Favorite Other Sports by Hittinaway (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

Since I am primarily a baseball collector, I thought I would show off my non-baseball favorite cards.

Cards I’ve gotten signed TTM (Now with images!) by StarrsCards (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

Since I now know how to add photos of the cards signed, I have made a new list. Cards are in order of when I received them (newest to oldest). I got addresses from Sports Card Forum, Sports Collectors and the Harvey books.

2019 Raptors Ring Recipient Autographs by buckstorecards (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

Certified autographs, preferably of them on the Raptors where available, of people that were part of the 2019 Championship team.

Cards from the box set are filling the gap until an autograph is added or becomes available.

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2 Sporty 2 Play 1 Sport by C2Cigars (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

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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Excuse Me, Could I Have a Word? by Gunny (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

Cards showing people getting microphones shoved at them or sitting and having a presser.

I think it will be fun to see how many of them media outlets are still around.

What's not allowed are cards with people singing into microphones or giving some kind of performance. Once again, leave a comment or drop a PM if you find one that fits, alright thems the rules buckaroos!

New entries will show with green text.

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Have a Drink On Me by Gunny (Last updated on Aug 10, 2020)

This list is all about bein' thirsty and how to quench that thirst. So I reckon alotta water bottles are gonna be showing up.

Feel free to leave a comment or drop a PM to get a card added.

What ain't allowed is cards with people getting showered with a drinks container from other people.

New entries shown with purple text.

This time newest cards on top of the list, have fun me parched scallywags!

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Top Cards on my want list by bluerox81 (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

FB eXchange by RogersFBC (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Collection of cards to be appraised by ICX.

Pugs by Mscott713 (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Pugs are not only my favorite dog, but my favorite animal as well. This is a list of pug cards I either have or would like to add.

In Loving Memory of Sophia "Baby Goose".

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Two Close for Comfort by Kaline6 (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Sets needing only 2 cards to complete.

One and Done by Kaline6 (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Single cards needed to complete an insert set.

MLB Awards: Most Valuable Player Award Winners by stevejrogers (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Chalmers Award 1911-1914
League Award 1922-1929
BBWAA 1931-

2020 MLB Debuts by DarkSide830 (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Players who debuted during the 2020 MLB season.

Players without cards:
Nick Mears 8/8, PIT

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Same Photos by C2Cigars (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

To quote Yogi Berra, "It's like déjà vu all over again."

Same photos used across the years and brands.
Does not include same photos used by the same company in the same year.
I used "blanks" to keep sets of same photos together on the same page; for ease of viewing.

For 1969 Topps baseball cards that used previous years' Topps photos,
see Dave Sosidka's 1969 Topps Cards from the MLBPA Boycott of 1968

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Sport Crossovers by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Aug 9, 2020)

Cards that depict a crossover between my three main sports

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Rookie Cards of the Top 25 greatest shooting guards in NBA history (according to YardBarker) by BasketbalHQ (Last updated on Aug 8, 2020)

https://www.yardbarker.com/nba/articles/the_25_greatest_shooting_guards_of_all_time/s1__28639991#slide_1

MLB Awards: Cy Young Award Winners by stevejrogers (Last updated on Aug 7, 2020)

BBWAA 1956-
Separate Leagues 1967-

2020 Minor League "Loans" by DarkSide830 (Last updated on Aug 6, 2020)

Players currently under contract with MLB teams who are playing in alternate leagues due to the cancellation of the 2020 Minor League season. This list is not complete.

Players with no cards:
Trei Cruz, Eastern/DET
Patrick Smith Lightning/KC
Jayson McKinley Lightning/ARI
Matt O'Neill Somerset/NYM
Braxton Roxby Legends/CIN
Joe Souzzi Legends/NYM
Darryl Collins Curaçao/KC
Donny Breek Amsterdam/MIN
Matteo Bocchi Bologna/CHC
Marc Civit Bologna/TOR
Cesar[r]e Astorri Bologna/OAK

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Discount Superstars by IfbBirdsCards (Last updated on Aug 6, 2020)

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

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1987 Vermont Reds by tenlbpain (Last updated on Aug 6, 2020)

Members of the 1987 Vermont Reds.
Previous member: Dan Boever '86, Joe Dunlap '86, Brian Finley '86, Jim Jefferson '84, Greg Monda '86, Joe Oliver '86, Steve Oliverio '85, Ramon Sambo '86, Greg Simpson '86, Glenn Spagnola '86

Sets Near Completion by sandyrusty (Last updated on Aug 6, 2020)

These are sets in which I am missing 5 cards or less to complete.

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Rookie cards of the top 25 Point Guards of all time (according to YardBarker.com) by BasketbalHQ (Last updated on Aug 5, 2020)

Exactly what the title says

https://www.yardbarker.com/nba/articles/the_25_greatest_point_guards_of_all_time/s1__28623107#slide_1

Cards from the same photoshoot. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Aug 5, 2020)

Cards that have images from the same photoshoot.

Can be different years and brands.

All sports welcome.

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Red Sox A-Z by AnalogKid (Last updated on Aug 4, 2020)

I've reworked this list so that only the players that I need are listed. The rest are in my Red "Sox A-Z" collection.

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All-Time NBA Franchise Rankings by bevans (Last updated on Aug 3, 2020)

To celebrate the NBA's return, a purely statistical ranking of the NBA's 30 franchises from best to worst. Rankings were based on awarding points for the following achievements:

- 1 point for each 0.500 or better season.
- 4 points for each 50+ Win season.
- 5 points for reaching the Conference (or Division) Finals
- 10 points for reaching the NBA Finals
- 15 points for winning the NBA Championship
- 5 points for a player winning MVP

Points for each achievement are cumulative so a maximum score of 40 points for a season is possible (i.e. if a team wins 50+ games, goes on to win the championship, and one of its players is named MVP). Each team's point total was then divided by its number of years in the league to derive an average season score.

(All stats were current as of the March 12th suspension of the season.)

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"The Bronx Zoo" - they were crazy! by theFalcon (Last updated on Aug 2, 2020)

My dad came home from work one day in 1979 and gave me Sparky Lyle's book as a gift. I had not asked for it, but I guess he knew that I had lived and died with the Yankees during the '76 thru '78 seasons. Holy cow, I assume he did not know how profane and scatological this book was! However, it was also a laugh riot! Here are a few clean or cleaned-up excerpts in chronological order ... the list will be finished when I get to the 1978 World Series.

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MLB MVPs by Tanman2001 (Last updated on Aug 2, 2020)

A base card from every MVP winners' MVP season(s).

Chalmers Award (1911-1914)
League Awards (1922-1929)
BBWAA's MVP (1931-present)

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MLB Awards: Managers of The Year by stevejrogers (Last updated on Aug 2, 2020)

BBWAA 1983-

1973 Topps baseball - 2 needed by KMack (Last updated on Aug 2, 2020)

No-helmet hitters during the 60s & 70s by theFalcon (Last updated on Aug 2, 2020)

This is my first attempt at a list. I wanted to come up with one that was quirky and challenging to create. I got the idea by watching the 1965 YouTube video of the Reds' Jim Maloney no-hitting the Cubs. Pete Rose batted with a soft cap which had some kind of padded liner on the inside of it (the outline through the cap was quite visible).

As background, by the late 50s the NL and AL said all players must wear batting helmets, but the rule was not enforced. At the Dec. 1970 winter meetings, the major leagues mandated the helmet rule for all players who signed up after that point and "grandfathered" players who signed before that.

Feel free to suggest additional players, but please include a source for them. Thanks.

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Promos needed by klimczak (Last updated on Aug 1, 2020)

Promo cards I may never aquire to completely complete

Gimme,gimme,gimme, I need, I need by klimczak (Last updated on Aug 1, 2020)

Sets needing 3 or less to complete

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1988 Vermont Mariners by tenlbpain (Last updated on Aug 1, 2020)

Members of the 1988 Vermont Mariners.

NFL Never played for by fedoratipper (Last updated on Aug 1, 2020)

Since vrooomed has a list for MLB players on teams they never played for, I decided to do one for the NFL. Feel free to let me know of others to add.

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Player Goals For 2018-2020 (Completed) by AnalogKid (Last updated on Jul 31, 2020)

Originally known as "Monthly Player Goals For 2018". Mostly retired players but a few that are towards the end of their careers. (Apologies to anyone that I haven't thanked. I don't always remember to update the list.)

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Football Frankenset by Rosenort (Last updated on Jul 31, 2020)

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Japanese MLB player Japanese/American rookie cards by Slug03 (Last updated on Jul 30, 2020)

All 61 Japanese MLB players rookie cards, from both America and Japan.

Many players have many, many rookies from the same year and other brands not listed here. My order of preference for choosing rookie cards were as follows:

Japanese rookies:
Year, BBM preferred (except for Murakami). Lowest card number chosen if BBM issued multiple cards of the player in the same set.
American rookies:
Topps base preferred, then bowman, then other major releases (Upper Deck, Donruss, Fleer/Fleer Tradition), then more minor sets released by the main companies (Topps Finest, Bowman's Best), and if no major releases exist for a player, then the earliest minor league card.

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Favorite Cards for my Favorites List by Gunny (Last updated on Jul 30, 2020)

Here are my favorite cards in my collection for the people on my favorites list. My favorites list is right now at 110 persons. Cards may change as I enter more into my collection or add more people to my favorites list. There are a few people on my favorites list who do not have any cards catalogued in my collection, eventually that will change when I come upon some of their cards.

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King of the Terriers by buckstorecards (Last updated on Jul 29, 2020)

Cards featuring Airedales

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1986 Vermont Reds by tenlbpain (Last updated on Jul 29, 2020)

Member of the 1986 Vermont Reds.
Previous members: Jordan Berge '85, Billy Hawley '85, Ron Henika '85, Jim Jefferson '84, Joel Lono '85, Mike Manfre '85, Steve Oliverio '85, Buddy Pryor '84, Brian Robinson '85, Tim Scott '84, Jeff Treadway '85, Delwyn Young '85.

Aaron Nola Base Cards by Slug03 (Last updated on Jul 29, 2020)

All major released base cards. Base cards are described as cards attached to the regular set of cards of which you can receive a pack or box set of -- this includes promotions. However, there are two caveats. One, these sets must be available nationally (Or regionally if the region is large. For example -- Topps Utz), not just locally. Two, the "base card" must not feature any autos or memorabilia, cannot be a SP version of another base card in the same set, and cannot have a stated print run (or serial number) below 100.

Players who have completed a unassisted triple play. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

Cards that depict players who have completed a unassisted triple play.

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Players who have hit for the natural cycle or reverse cycle. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

Cards that depict players hitting for either the natural cycle or reverse cycle.

Natural cycle: Single Double Triple Home Run in that order.

Reverse cycle: Home Run Triple Double Single in that order.

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Grambling State University Baseball by BucCollector (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

Grambling State players who went on to professional baseball careers.

Throwback uniforms. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

Cards that depict throwback uniforms.

All sports welcome.

For baseball, cards depicting negro league teams are acceptable.

Pitchers who have thrown a perfect game. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

Cards of pitchers that have thrown a perfect game.

MLB only.

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1985 Vermont Reds by tenlbpain (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

Members of the 1985 Vermont Reds.
No cards: Pete Grimm, Scott Reburn
Previous members: Jack Lind '84, Jeff Cox '84, Dario Guzman '84, Jim Jefferson '84, Mike Knox '84, Mike Konderla '84, Terry Lee '84, Jeff Montgomery '84, Budd Pryor '84, Tom Riley '84, Chris Sabo '84, Tim Scott '84, Joe Stalp '84

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