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PC - The University of Alabama- Basketball by mrbama97 (Last updated on Oct 8, 2020)

My personal collection of basketball players that played or coached for The University of Alabama.

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PC - The University of Alabama - Baseball by mrbama97 (Last updated on Oct 8, 2020)

My personal collection of baseball players that played or coached for The University of Alabama.

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Hollerin' Managers by C2Cigars (Last updated on Oct 7, 2020)

Manager's cards depicting them in the act of hollering.

I have 5 of these cards on my Wantlist.

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1972-73 Cubs come to life in film documentary by theFalcon (Last updated on Oct 7, 2020)

MUST SEE!!! I wasn't a Cubs fan in the early '70s, but I sure knew they had a few stud ballplayers. "King of the Hill" focuses mostly on Fergie Jenkins, but you'll also see many of his teammates and opponents.

PLUSES - Fantastic photography, vintage cactus league uniforms, revealing conversations.

MINUSES - They added a completely phony after-the-fact play-by-play by Jack Brickhouse. Plus, they showed games out of order to create a fake narrative, which only works for people who know nothing about baseball.

High def. version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJfqgY-6B4k

Low def. version:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfeArcOP2Yw

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No-helmet hitters during the 60s & 70s by theFalcon (Last updated on Oct 5, 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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Player collections by stevienicks77 (Last updated on Oct 4, 2020)

MLB baseball players who I collect who do not play for the Cubs or Royals

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Reds Star Binder Needs by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Oct 4, 2020)

Cards I need for my Reds Star Binders. This is the highest priority to trade for. Since I am down to mostly SPs, Museum Collection, Triple Threads and more difficult to find cards, I have begun on building Team Sets and another Reds Players Binder.

New York First Responder Caps by SDre31 (Last updated on Oct 4, 2020)

My collection of New York sports teams wearing caps to honor the sacrifice New York first responders made on September 11, 2001. Please let me know if you're aware of any cards so that I can add them to my wantlist.

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Detroit Red Wings By The Sweater by Detfan6897 (Last updated on Oct 3, 2020)

My Best Player Selection to wear that Sweater Number

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Detroit Red Wings Best Players by Uniform Number by jmnovff (Last updated on Oct 2, 2020)

Detroit Red Wings Best Players by Uniform Number

Star players who wore multiple numbers, like Sawchuk, Kelly, Lindsay, Howe and Delvecchio, are only listed with their primary number.

Awards and stats shown only apply for time playing with the Red Wings.


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The Misery of a Cincinnati Sports Fan by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Oct 2, 2020)

The last Cincinnati Sports team to win a Championship was the 1990 Cincinnati Reds. In the 25+ years following, the Cincinnati teams have found the most heartbreaking ways to loose. Most recently the 2012 Reds meltdown against the Giants in the NLDS, the Bengals collapse against the Steelers in 2015, and the #2 seeded Cincinnati Bearcats blowing at one point a 22 point lead against Nevada in the first weekend of the 2018 NCAA tournament. In the words of Cincinnati Sports Radio personality Mo Egger, "At some point something good has to happen. I keep telling myself this. I'm starting to not believe it."

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Happy Birthday by jupiterhill (Last updated on Oct 1, 2020)

Originally the concept was called "The Birthday Binder" which I would have one card for each day of the year. Since I moved away from binders, I have created a collection on here and will also use this list. The only criteria is each person depicted must have their birth date listed on the card. They must be real people, but otherwise, any celebrity, athlete, politician, or whoever may be chosen for that specific date. At times I reserve the right to remove or replace the card or the person for that date. I will try to update it at the beginning of each month, and whenever I add or remove cards.

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"The Bronx Zoo" - they were crazy! by theFalcon (Last updated on Sep 23, 2020)

UPDATE: I think 32 cards is a good amount to call it complete and I mixed in a few non-Yankee cards for spice.

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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My Favorite 75 Cubs Whom I've Seen Play by Vvvergeer (Last updated on Sep 21, 2020)

September 21, 2020. Yu moves in. Hamels never made it. Kimbrel doesn't look like he has much of a chance.

I've been a Cubs fan all my life. The conscious-of-baseball part of my life starts in about 1970. I've watched some pretty bad teams, but there were always players -- some great, some just fun -- whom I loved to watch. This is my attempt to compile my favorite 75, roughly in order of preference. (It started as 50, expanded to 91, then I cut it back to 75 -- so many players I remember). As you can see, it's not just about stats. There are some odd choices in here. Some, I just liked their grit. Some just had great nicknames. The deeper you get into the list, the more they blend together in order of preference. And I'm probably forgetting quite a few....

The representative cards are the the oldest card I have of each player as a Cub. (Had to pick SOME criteria).
Hope you enjoy it. Feel free to remind me of players I probably loved but left off the list.

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At the Bat Rack by ComposerMike (Last updated on Sep 21, 2020)

Show off all the cards you know with baseball players looking for or posing with their favorite lumber at the bat rack.

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Interim Managers 1970-Present by fedoratipper (Last updated on Sep 19, 2020)

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

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Baseball's Money Players by jmnovff (Last updated on Sep 18, 2020)

Players with money related names

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Showbiz and Non-Sports by Hittinaway (Last updated on Sep 14, 2020)

My collection of autos/mem in Showbiz and non-sport. Some are TTM and listed as such.

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NFL Rookie Cards of CFL Players and Coaches by DanD (Last updated on Sep 7, 2020)

A list to track NFL rookie cards of football players or coaches that spent some time in the CFL.

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Sioux City Soos by OCHawkeye (Last updated on Sep 5, 2020)

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

2012 Fantasy Baseball - Champs! by bluerox81 (Last updated on Sep 4, 2020)

2019 Fantasy Baseball - Champs! by bluerox81 (Last updated on Sep 4, 2020)

Didn't Expect to See That ! by PapaG321 (Last updated on Sep 4, 2020)

Something just makes these cards slightly/or blatantly atypical.

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MLB Retired Numbers Philadelphia Phillies by stevejrogers (Last updated on Sep 4, 2020)

Retired numbers located along the grandstand walls

Rookie cards of NBA Players to reach 30,000 career points as of 2020 by BasketbalHQ (Last updated on Sep 4, 2020)

I couldn't find this list anywhere, so decided to make it.

MLB Pitchers that have 3,000 career strikeouts as of 2020 by BasketbalHQ (Last updated on Sep 4, 2020)

I couldn't find this list anywhere, so I figured I would make it. They're all rookie cards.

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Superstar Baseball Rookie Cards by Soarin22 (Last updated on Sep 2, 2020)

A collection of the rookie cards of all the great players in the greatest baseball board game of all time: Avalon Hill's Superstar Baseball! Rookie Card determined by RC by name or earliest card (not including postcards or game cards) with pictures.

MLB Team Hall of Fame Atlanta Braves by stevejrogers (Last updated on Aug 29, 2020)

Hall of Fame plaques found throughout SunTrust Park's Monument Garden

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Aaron Nola Base Cards by Slug03 (Last updated on Aug 28, 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.

Reds Player Binder Needs by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Aug 24, 2020)

Cards I need for my Reds Player Binder. The priority in trading for these is pretty low. What I have of these now is mostly from extras that I had in my collection and I already have some of these cards in my Reds team sets.

My 1¢ Cards by IfbBirdsCards (Last updated on Aug 24, 2020)

All cards I own that are worth exactly one cent on the site. Some would say they aren't worth the paper they're printed on, but I say otherwise.

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Wayne Gretzky Collection by wroram2399 (Last updated on Aug 23, 2020)

From 1979-80 to present all types

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Upper Deck Young Guns by wroram2399 (Last updated on Aug 23, 2020)

List of Young Guns from Upper Deck early 2000's to present

Ted Musgrave Collection - 1992 by Lea DeFoote (Last updated on Aug 22, 2020)

This is all cards from 1992 that I have found that picture Ted, his car, hauler, crew chief, or pit crew, or mention Ted somewhere on the card. Also included are car owners where either Ted was the only driver for the team, or the card mentions Ted as a driver.

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Ted Musgrave Collection - 1995 by Lea DeFoote (Last updated on Aug 22, 2020)

This is all cards from 1995 that I have found that picture Ted, his car, hauler, crew chief, or pit crew, or mention Ted somewhere on the card. Also included are car owners where either Ted was the only driver for the team, or the card mentions Ted as a driver.

2 Sporty 2 Play 1 Sport by C2Cigars (Last updated on Aug 20, 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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MLB Awards: All-Star Game MVP by stevejrogers (Last updated on Aug 18, 2020)

(Renamed for Ted Williams in 2002)
1962-
Multiple Winners:
2 Willie Mays, Steve Garvey, Gary Carter, Cal Ripken, Mike Trout

No Award in 2002 (Milwaukee, WI, Miller Park) due to 7-7 Tie after 11 innings

No Award in 2020, Game (Los Angeles, CA, Dodger Stadium) cancelled due to COVID-19 Crisis

Favorite La Furia Roja Spain WC/Euro stars by Detfan6897 (Last updated on Aug 18, 2020)

My favorite World Cup and Euro Spanish National Team Stars

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Basketball Players I've had the pleasure of meeting. by BasketbalHQ (Last updated on Aug 16, 2020)

I live in New Mexico, which is probably the most basketball-depraved state, and the fact that I don't have a drivers license doesn't help, but I have had the opportunity to meet these players in person

Pugs by Mscott713 (Last updated on Aug 13, 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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Same Photos by C2Cigars (Last updated on Aug 13, 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.
For ease of viewing, I used "blanks" to keep groups of same photos together on the same page.

Also, see my Same Photos CFL

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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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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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.

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.

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

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

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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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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