On Top of a Group Break, All Covered in Cheese!

For those who aren’t aware, Chris over at Nachos Grande is hosting a group break of 2015 Topps Archives.  As one who participated in his most recent group break, I can say that he does a great job of posting videos, blogging, and shipping the cards.  1,025 more words

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Trading with P-Town Tom

P-town Tom, of Waiting ’til Next year fame, has not only been incredibly generous, he has been patient.  This is a post that should have been written months ago.  501 more words


Let's Celebrate Some Of The Best 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia' Guest Stars

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia has maintained its status as one of the funniest shows on TV for two reasons… the characters are awful to the world and to each other in a way that makes… 663 more words


I Wanted to Be Wade Boggs, but I'm More Like Bill Buckner

By Colin Woodward

Back in 2009, my then girlfriend (now wife), bought me a pack of baseball cards. I saw the cards of many players I grew up with. 1,786 more words

"And Junior Junkie begat another junkie"

As I have gotten back into the hobby, I have heard the term “super collector” on various blogs and websites.  At the end of the previous post, I asked what it took to be considered a super collector because I believe that I now might consider myself to be one. 337 more words


1999 Linear Championship History

ABOVE: Wade Boggs collects his 3000th career hit, but the Cleveland Indians — who held the linear championship for 40 days over their 13 reigns — still defeat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. 672 more words

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2005 HoME Election Results

To many, our 45th election in 2005 was somewhat predictable. For others, it may not have been. Wade Boggs got in on his first ballot, and with over 3000 hits and five batting titles there no surprise at all in his honoring him. 503 more words