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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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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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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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WCW Hall of Fame by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jul 28, 2020)

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.

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We Needed That: Moments In Sports That Went Beyond The Field by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Jul 26, 2020)

I'd like to dedicate a list to the moments in sports that were special for a city or country and lifted them up or gave them hope when they needed it the most. With sports returning amid this time when the US is trying to battle through this COVID-19 crisis, hopefully sports can give us something to cheer about again soon.

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NBA Hardwood Classics by fedoratipper (Last updated on Jul 25, 2020)

Jerseys that were worn on NBA Hardwood Classics night

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NBA Throwback Jerseys by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jul 24, 2020)

The NBA introduced "Thowback" jerseys during the 1996-97 season to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the league. They have remained a popular nod to history to this very day. I'm going to attempt to document every card that shows a throwback on the front...at least as long as it's part of my collection. A work in progress. To my knowledge of the 30 teams in the NBA, the Charlotte Hornets, New Orleans Pelicans and Minnesota Timberwolves are the only teams to have never worn throwbacks.

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Cardinals Frankenset by Brimose (Last updated on Jul 24, 2020)

Inspired by a forum post, this is a set numbered 1-800 (if possible) consisting entirely of St Louis Cardinals, major releases only, one card per player. A virtual collection only, since all of these cards are already wanted for as complete of a STL PC as possible.

NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team RCs by StarrsCards (Last updated on Jul 24, 2020)

These are the rookie cards of every player/coach named to the NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team.

Hey aren't you??? by Gator415 (Last updated on Jul 24, 2020)

Cards of players with the same name as a more famous player...

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Pro Athletes I've Randomly Run Across in Public by sfurukawa (Last updated on Jul 22, 2020)

A list of pro athletes I've randomly run into in public, i.e. not at a signing, planned appearance, or sporting event they were participating in.

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Jerry Rice: Cameo by mtc32226 (Last updated on Jul 19, 2020)

I'm going to start the hunt for cards where Jerry Rice in the photo of the card but not named. Please help by letting me know if you see them.

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Hi Pri Wants by wackydog (Last updated on Jul 18, 2020)

Cards that I need only one or two of to complete set or Phillies teamset.

Colored and Serial Numbered Cards by yankees234221 (Last updated on Jul 17, 2020)

A list of my current colored and serial numbered cards

Caboose Cards by Kep75 (Last updated on Jul 13, 2020)

The last card of every Topps set.

Updated 06/20/18: Added cards from 2018 base set.

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1992 Top 100 Prospects (Baseball America) by gnarlycore (Last updated on Jul 11, 2020)

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Woodland Hills Baseball by BucCollector (Last updated on Jul 11, 2020)

Baseball players from the Woodland Hills School District, Pittsburgh

Right Team, Wrong Uniform!? by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jul 10, 2020)

There are many players with lengthy careers with a single franchise, and plenty of those have been with franchises that changed uniform styles, colors, or both as frequent as styles tend to change.

But there are a few long tenured players whom seemingly spent their entire time with a franchise that made only one or two different changes.

And sometimes, whether its just before the sweeping change to a long standing uniform style happens, or the player's last year or so was played after the franchise made a change from a long standing style; it does seem weird to see the player in a different style, even if its all with the same franchise you'd associate the player with.

Note: This does not include any Retro/Turn Back The Clock/Tribute sort of one time only or an alternative style for specific home games.

As well as returning players as managers, coaches, Spring Training Instructors, etc.

Or, as often was the case, a card depicting a retired player in an Old-Timers Day, or like event, clad in the team's uniform style of the day.

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TV Stars With Sports Careers by cdorso (Last updated on Jul 10, 2020)

"Hey, I know that guy from that show! I didn't know he played ball."

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MLB Honoree Teams 1999 All-Century Team by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jul 10, 2020)

Ballots formed from panel of experts' selection of 100 greatest players for the 20th Century.

Revealed prior to the 1999 All-Star Game in Boston 7/13.

Fans voted for the top two players for the infield positions and catcher, as well as the top nine outfielders and top six pitchers. A Blue Ribbon Panel added five more that didn't garner initial votes.

The team was revealed in a ceremony prior to Game 2 of the 1999 World Series in Atlanta on 10/24.

Favorite Teams hits by yankees234221 (Last updated on Jul 8, 2020)

Just a list of Autographs or Relics of anybody from the Yankees, Rockies, Seahawks, or Nets

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My Auto's and Relics by yankees234221 (Last updated on Jul 8, 2020)

Just a list of my current autographs and relics

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MLB Team Hall of Fame St. Louis Cardinals by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jul 6, 2020)

Hall of Fame located in Museum in the Cardinals' Ballpark Village

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Hala Los Blancos Real Madrid Players by Detfan6897 (Last updated on Jul 3, 2020)

My Top Ten Real Madrid Players of All time

1983-84 OPC Goalies by Blargh (Last updated on Jun 27, 2020)

30 Goalie Base Cards
13 Without Mask/Helmet
13 In-Action
3 Non-Action
1 Practice Jersey

Top Card: Pelle Lindbergh
Runner-up: Tony Esposito

Curious Omissions: Pat Riggin (Wash), Greg Stefan (Det, RC), Glen Hanlon (Stl/NYR), Brain Hayward (Wpg, RC)

Strange Additions: None

10 Cages
6 Masks
3 Combos
(Includes on head/in hand)

1982-83 OPC Goalies by Blargh (Last updated on Jun 27, 2020)

32 Base Goalie Cards
14 Warm-up Shots
18 With Mask/Helmet

13 Action shots

Top card: Mike Liut
Runner-Up: Eddie Mio/Grant Fuhr

Curious Omissions: Marco Baron (Bos), Roland Melanson (NYI), Doug Keans (LA), Glen Hanlon (Van/Stl)

Strange Additions: None

The 1982-83 Set photo selection is a big improvement over the 81-82 set. Although it is too little, too late. There has already been a movement towards the cage or combo instead of the mask.

10 Cage/Helmet
6 Masks
4 Combo
(includes warm-up shots)

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1981-82 OPC Goalies by Blargh (Last updated on Jun 27, 2020)

32 Goalie base cards
22 Unmasked Warm-ups
10 Masked/Helmets

5 Action shots

Less goalies, less action, much less head shots, and more more masks than the previous season.

Top Card: Andy Moog
Runner-up: Tony Esposito

Curious Omissions: Doug Soeteart (39gp), Al Smith (36gp), Denis Herron (25g, Vezina)

Strange Additions: John Davidson, Glen Hanlon, Andy Moog (in hindsight great addition but Andy spent the next season in the minors)

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1980-81 OPC Goalies by Blargh (Last updated on Jun 27, 2020)

35 Goalie Base cards
7 Action shots
8 head shots
5 Inaction shots (Could be stoppage of play)
14 warm-up shots
1 posed

Top card: John Davidson
Runner-up: Mike Liut

Curious Omissions; Gerry Cheevers (retired), Mario Lessard (No Kings Goalies in set), Michel Larocque, Rob Holland (Never had a card)

Strange Additions: Doug Soeteart

One feature I wish this site had was to filter cards just to show goalies in the hockey sets. To make a list with only goalies from all sets would be quite daunting and time consuming. Instead I will make a list of goalies from the OPC sets of the 1980s.
This era had a mixture of masks, cages and the modern day combo mask. Unfortunately the photography in the 80s OPC was rather pathetic and marred by frequent warm-up pictures.
I will only feature the base cards.

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Heisman Highlights by Uncorrected Error (Last updated on Jun 19, 2020)

I now have at least one card of every Heisman Trophy winner from 1968 through 2018.

Gary Beban (1967) does not have a qualifying card listed on TCDB. Waiting on Joe Burrow (2019).

Twins Autograph Want List by laer0302 (Last updated on Jun 19, 2020)

NBA Players who appear on cards but did not get any of their own by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jun 18, 2020)

There are more than 1000 people who have played in the NBA but did not get an NBA card. Some, however, do appear on other player's cards in the background or defending the player. A work in progress.
College cards do not count but other professional leagues do.

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Cards With Kids by royals (Last updated on Jun 13, 2020)

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.

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Norris Division Heros by ugo (Last updated on Jun 10, 2020)

NHL realigned into geographic divisions in 1981 and lasted until 1993. Sure this division didn't produce a Stanley Cup winner, but it was sure fun to watch.

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Louis Requena ... vintage master MLB shutterbug by theFalcon (Last updated on Jun 7, 2020)

I queried Louis Requena (1919-2013) under the editorial category at gettyimages.com and it returned 832 pictures! It's a beautiful collection. I'll bet a lot of his 8x10 prints were used for autographs at card shows.

He was NY-based and I'm sure he was on Topps' speed dial ... I posted a few of the cards he must have done, along with his pics that were near duplicates (link included).

I also think many cards were produced from his photo sessions, even if a similar card photo is NOT in Getty. I put in examples of my guesswork, too.

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Hippie Hair Hockey of the 1970s by theFalcon (Last updated on Jun 7, 2020)

Thanks to the NJ Guv restrictions, I can now play an extra in a remake of 'Slap Shot'. That was just a movie, but here are few genuine shaggy examples during my youth.

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Quasi-Musgraves by Lea DeFoote (Last updated on Jun 4, 2020)

This collection started out as checklist cards with Ted's name included. They didn't seem worth including in my main collection, but they were easy enough to acquire for the most part. I then expanded it to include cards that may include Ted or his car in the picture, but not clearly visible enough to pick out for sure.

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Who are you? by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on May 30, 2020)

People I can't identify on NBA cards.

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Chris Webber Autographs by AirPete (Last updated on May 29, 2020)

The autographed cards I have managed to obtain of my all-time favorite player. Finding these at a "reasonable" price can be challenging as Chris does not frequently appear in Panini's autograph offerings.

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Playing cards decks to get ♣, ♦, ♥, & ♠ formatting by vrooomed (Last updated on May 27, 2020)

We've been given the green light to re-format the playing card decks (at least the ones permissable here) with ♣, ♦, ♥, & ♠ in the card numbers. I am willing to do the editing (including the re-ordering to get them in ♣/♦/♥/♠ order, running A-K). Please leave a link to the set (or a link to a card in the set) in the comments, and I will add it. When I have completed it, I will remove the item from this user list and add it to this user list. I am going to leave the Renegades listing in case I ever get the list down to zero sets (like that will happen).

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Nice: A Collection of Topps #69 Baseball Cards by catsup31 (Last updated on May 26, 2020)

In celebration of 69 years of Topps Baseball

MLB Team Hall of Fame New York Mets by stevejrogers (Last updated on May 24, 2020)

Located inside Citi Field

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Playing cards decks that have ♣, ♦, ♥, & ♠ formatting by vrooomed (Last updated on May 23, 2020)

Just as a means of showing which sets have been fully re-formatted in the approved manner - now sorted in chronological order (then alphabetical - all genres are mixed in). If you know of any sets that need this formatting, please go to this user list and leave a link to the set(s) in the comment section. I will add them to the list and fix it soon. Thank you.

Mark McGwire by Chad Scott (Last updated on May 20, 2020)

1979 All Star and HOF by poppadingo (Last updated on May 18, 2020)

Goalies that Played for the Flyers in the 2018-19 Season by jfalvo316 (Last updated on May 15, 2020)

The Philadelphia Flyers set an NHL record in the 2018-19 season for most goalies played by a team in a single season at 8, here they are. Out of the 8 only 3 remain, Carter (Starter, Cahtah) Hart, Brian (Moose) Elliott and Alex Lyon.

Lyon currently plays for the AHL Phantoms and was called up for 3 games this season when Hart was out with an injury. He proved to be a valuable prospect for a future backup to Hart, starting 2 games and filling in for Elliott after he was pulled in the beginning of the 3rd period in a home loss to New Jersey. Out of his 2 starts, he stopped 36 out of 40 shots on goal during an all-around ugly 4-1 home loss to Montreal and stopped 28 out of 31 shots during a 6-3 home victory against Colorado. The game he filled in for Elliott in the third was another all-around ugly game when the Flyers were shutout by the Devils in a 5-0 home loss.

All statistics and information retrieved from www.hockey-reference.com

Cardinals with 1987 Topps look by Brimose (Last updated on May 14, 2020)

A definitive gallery of my favorite team, St. Louis Cardinals, on my favorite card design, 1987 Topps.

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Special Special Teamers by Uncorrected Error (Last updated on May 12, 2020)

32 special teamers were named to the NFL's 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 75th anniversary, or 100th anniversary teams. This list consists of one card I own of each of them plus three cards I own of special teamers who were special in other ways.
Gale Sayers and Deion Sanders qualified for the list as special teamers, but their noted accomplishments also include their success at RB and CB respectively.
In George Blanda's case, his accolades were as a QB, but it was his ability as a kicker that extended his career.

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Collecting Daulton by chrisbiszantz (Last updated on May 8, 2020)

Behind the scenes stories about cards in my Darren Daulton personal collection.

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