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Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall Of Fame by fedoratipper (Last updated on Jan 20, 2022)

The WON Hall Of Fame was created in 1996.

Presidents of The United States of America by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan 19, 2022)

Started this as a physical project with the Topps Presidential Pastime set.

I never did finish it as a physical collection (probably ended up with around half of the 42 cards in the set (I no longer have them), but that's why the former White Sox Fan In Chief Barack Obama is represented, ironically, with the Cubs' trophy =;)

Didn't feel any of the Topps Now cards featuring Trump with baseball celebrations, and we shall see if I'll be swapping out the Biden card once cards of him welcoming teams to the White House, or throwing out first pitches start coming out.

My Autographed Cards by Snyderart (Last updated on Jan 16, 2022)

Cards I've had autographed in person.

Same photo but different number. by ckrakowski (Last updated on Jan 15, 2022)

Cards that show the same photo but the person depicted is wearing a different uniform number.

All sports welcome.

Players Who Became Officials by jmnovff (Last updated on Jan 13, 2022)

MLB, NFL, NBA and NHL officials who were former players.

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Serious Want List by Rosenort (Last updated on Jan 12, 2022)

Super High Priorities, would love help with any of them.

Set Build: 1975 Topps Football by cardboardjones (Last updated on Jan 11, 2022)

Chronicling my journey in building the 1975 Topps Football set.

Cards Featured on My Blog by cardboardjones (Last updated on Jan 11, 2022)

Cards featured on my blog,

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One Hit Wonders by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

Athletes who only ever got one card.

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Cards Upon Cards by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

Cards that show cards on them.

We're #1 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

Cards Serially numbered 1 of something in my collection. Does not include 1 of 1s, of which I have several.

Sets in my Collection, vol. 3: NBA by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

On May 9th, 2016 I completed (I think!) a project I have been working on since sometime in the late 1990s- at least one card from every major NBA set! This was the aspect of my collection I was proudest of, and I had original completed it in 1998. I maintained it until 2005-06 when they started issuing sets I couldn't afford. Back then I did not have access to Ebay, COMC, SportLots, etc. so if I could not afford a box I missed the set. It's actually one of the main reasons I walked away from the NBA aspect of the hobby in November or December of 2006...which I now regret. Since I got back into the NBA full time at the start of the 2012-13 season this has been my main priority, to get all the sets I missed in my time away. Now, finally, I did it!

Same Name, Different Person by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

People who share names, but are not related.

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Racing Team help needed by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

I can, and eventually will, fill in all the NASCAR teams. I do not have the knowledge for other forms of racing. This list is to hopefully bring some attention to racing sets with missing teams that I do not know.

New Hockey Players Added to my collection in 2020 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

I let the list get away from me in 2019, I need to go back and figure out who was added...but more importantly, keep it updated going forward.

NHL Players added to my collection in 2021 (and other Hockey players, too) by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

After letting my records lapse for the last two years, I have caught up and can track the new NHL players added to my collection in 2021. I start with a big infusion of history thanks to my buying boxes of the two American versions of the 2004-05 In The Game Franchises set...

Just how many different types of relics are in my collection? by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

Although I'm a base card guy, I love relics as well. I keep track of my collection by topic, but I've never made an overall list of the different kinds of relics in my collection... until now.

Hockey Players added to my collection in 2019 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

Car Ads on Hockey cards by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

The one thing I love more than anything is cars. #2 is cards. Let's see how many times they interconnect. Must be in my collection!

5,000 Passing Yards Club by StarrsCards (Last updated on Jan 10, 2022)

This is a list of every quarterback who has had 5,000+ passing yards in a season. The cards displayed are from the year they joined the club.

1,500 Receiving Yards Club by StarrsCards (Last updated on Jan 9, 2022)

This is a list of players who have had a season with 1,500+ receiving yards

TCDB Hall of Fame Suggestions by BigBoyOnWheels (Last updated on Jan 9, 2022)

This is a compilation of all of the cards suggested so far for induction into the TCDB Hall of Fame. The name of the person who suggested the card will be put in the comment next to the card. The list will be updated as more cards are suggested, and notated if one card gets into the Hall.

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New York First Responder Caps by SDre31 (Last updated on Jan 8, 2022)

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.

Sets That Never Were…But Should Be! NBC Late Night Empire by stevejrogers (Last updated on Jan 8, 2022)

September 27th of 2024 will mark the 70th anniversary of the debut of the historic late night TV franchise on NBC, The Tonight Show.

Considering licensing rights, dealing with estates, production companies, studios, etc, this is a project that can not be produced, but fun to think about.

Being generous this has to be done in series, with all sorts of inserts, autos and even memorabilia (how much would a swath of a shown worn Carson jacket fetch!).

Personally, the bulk, on The Tonight Show proper would be;
Steve Allen/Jack Parr The Early Years
Johnny Carson I The NYC early days
Johnny Carson II The move to LA through this final show
Jay Leno Both tenures in the same series
Conan O’Brien
Jimmy Fallon

I’d also run a dedicated 7th series to the iconic shows that followed The Tonight Show. Notably Tomorrow with Tom Snyder, and the Late Night series with David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers.

As well as an insert touch on various other similar gabfest format shows NBC produced for overnight time slots over the years, such as Later and Last Call.

While the show hosts would dominate the set, cards would feature prominent guests, guest hosts, unique segments, memorable moments and characters done on the show, etc.

2021 Secret Santa by Tscastle (Last updated on Jan 2, 2022)

These are all the great cards i received in my package from Gunny.

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2011-12 by Phil Flyers (Last updated on Jan 2, 2022)

My Jimmie Johnson AU's by spazmatastic (Last updated on Jan 1, 2022)

All certified JJ AU cards that I own or have owned in the past.

DIVISION RIVALS by jdogg1228 (Last updated on Jan 1, 2022)

Notable Cubs or Cardinals players who have played for both teams.
This may be the final update.
Found a 2021 card of Jon Lester on the Cardinals.

Wow he looks different than I remember ... by BuccaneersDen (Last updated on Jan 1, 2022)

What's in a name? The not so famous people behind iconic sports names.

2021 Secret Santa List by RonEaston (Last updated on Jan 1, 2022)

With many thanks for this eclectic mix from Ricky_Bobby!!

Poughkeepsie NY card show 11/13/21 additions by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec 31, 2021)

They Brought It: Hall of Famer Rookie Cards by thirstydeer (Last updated on Dec 27, 2021)

There has been plenty of athletic talent on display in the MLB and NHL, but only a select few will ever get serious consideration for their sport's ultimate individual recognition.

Every player in this last has been inducted into the Hall of Fame. All these players have had careers the vast majority of other pros can only dream of, and are idolized by many.

Each card shown is in my collection. This list is about the player, not about the value of the card the player is on. It is sorted based on the age of the card and thus the beginning of each player's career.

Non-Sport Sets That Never Were: National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation by BucCollector (Last updated on Dec 25, 2021)

One of the greatest contemporary Christmas classics, this film certainly deserves a set of its own.

Snow Day by ryan28 (Last updated on Dec 21, 2021)

Football cards with images from games with snow falling or on the ground

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2010 Topps Grassy Cards by chvlDm (Last updated on Dec 20, 2021)

One of the best sets for showing lots of grass. I made another list of cards from this set showing lots of dirt, check that out too. I also love cards with lots of blue sky, but ironically this is one of the worst sets for that.

Drew Brees Through The Years by CardCollecter9272 (Last updated on Dec 19, 2021)

The Score Drew Brees Card Every Year Since 2001

Project needs by yasharkbos (Last updated on Dec 18, 2021)

Project: Collecting every rookie and first bowman for players on 40 man rosters plus prospects.

First Japanese MLB Player on Each Team by Bowersbird (Last updated on Dec 17, 2021)

I'm a Reds fan. When Shogo Akiyama became the first Japanese player to play as a Red, I was quite surprised to learn that the Reds were the last team to have a Japanese born player suit up and play for them. I decided it would be interesting to learn who the other "firsts" were. As it turns out, most teams were late to the party. That is, if "the party" is Masanori Murakami playing for 1 year in the mid-1960s.

I debated the inclusion of firsts after a team changed names. Obviously the first Nat is worth separating from the first Expo, but is first Ray versus the first Devil Ray worth noting? In the end, I decided to include them, just as an excuse to grow the list a little bit and get a couple more fun names. (And here's hoping the first Japanese Cleveland Guardian is someone fun).

Reds in an Era: 2019-2021: Let's Go For It & Sneak On In by TheToddFather21 (Last updated on Dec 16, 2021)

At the beginning of the 2019 season, the Reds traded Homer Bailey and prospects to the Dodgers for Yasiel Puig, Alex Wood, Matt Kemp, and Kyle Farmer marking the first time the Reds had added significant pieces to their major league roster. That year at the trade deadline, the Reds added Trevor Bauer proving that the Reds were serious about contending. At the beginning of the 2020 season, the Reds added a few more players including, Mike Moustakas, Nick Castellanos, Wade Miley, and Pedro Strop which made them candidates (and favorites for some) to make the playoffs and win the division.

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NPB/KBO-MLB Posts by DarkSide830 (Last updated on Dec 16, 2021)

Interests in tapping Asian baseball circuits for their talent dates all the way back to Connie Mack trying to sign the biggest legend of the JBL, Eiji Sawamura, back in the 1930s, but the JBL (which would eventually evolve into the NPB) and eventually the KBO held fast to their star players for some time. After stars such as Hideo Nomo and Alfonso Soriano used loopholes to move to the MLB the leagues eventually agreed on a formal system for the movement of players from the Asian circuits to the MLB known as the posting system. Here is a list of the players to participate in the posting system.

1989 Topps Ken Griffey Jr. Rookie Card Reprints by FlyingDutchmen (Last updated on Dec 16, 2021)

A list of all the different versions of Ken Griffey Jr.'s iconic 1989 Topps Traded Rookie Card.

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NOLAN RYAN BASEBALL CARDS COLLECTION by Miguel (Last updated on Dec 14, 2021)

My Hockey Pucks by Mscott713 (Last updated on Dec 13, 2021)

My collection of hockey pucks has been growing more recently, so I decided to make a list of what I own with a card that may correlate with it.
I'll try my best to describe them. Some are signed, some are promos nights, some vintage, and random.

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Blue Wahoos In The Majors by ARMYWP12 (Last updated on Dec 13, 2021)

A list of players who played on the Pensacola Blue Wahoos and in the Major Leagues. Each player's MLB debut date is included.

Original Gong Show Contestants by BucCollector (Last updated on Dec 12, 2021)

The 1977 Fleer Gong Show set didn't name the contestants and left out some of the best ones. Here they are, in a set of their own. All facts courtesy of Wikipedia.

Europe Starting XI All Time Greatest by Detfan6897 (Last updated on Dec 9, 2021)

Favorite Futbol Starting XI of all time from Europe 4-4-2 formation

Scottzoe's Autographed 1950's Red Sox by Scottzoe (Last updated on Dec 9, 2021)

A collection of my Red Sox autos from the decade of the 1950's.

Notable Cameos in My Collection by Bowersbird (Last updated on Dec 9, 2021)

I love it when a players makes an appearance on someone else's card. Since TCDb doesn't link these sort of cards to the extra player's page, I'm going to make a list of cards like this *that are in my collection* (and possibly on my wantlist, but we'll see) for my own reference and amusement.

There are plenty of cameos I own that aren't on this list. Aside from not wanting to analyze every blurry leg and or hand, I'm not interested in cataloging every single player I barely know that happens to be on another player's card I've never heard of. If the player intrigues me while I confirm the identification or has a pretty good career WAR, they'll probably make the list. But, at the end of the day, this is a somewhat random & subjectively list that I'm just putting together for fun. (If you see any cards in my collection that you think should qualify - or maybe even want to trade/send me a good candidate, feel free to message me).

Also, team cards, checklists, and cards focused on events rather than players do not count here.

No-helmet hitters during the 60s & 70s by theFalcon (Last updated on Dec 8, 2021)

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.

Newburgh Card Show 12/4/2021 by Billy Kingsley (Last updated on Dec 8, 2021)

My additions from the small Newburgh, NY card show held December 4th, 2021


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