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Rogers Hornsby Baseball Cards

Who is Rogers Hornsby Rodgers Hornsby was born in 1896 in Texas. Hornsby dominated high school baseball. Apparently he was thin as a young teen and wore a wig to play on the Boston Bloomer Girls which was an all-women’s team… interesting. He made his major league debut at the ripe age of 19 with […]

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​​1988 Fleer Basketball

This is Fleer’s third consecutive set produced in the 80s. Prior to 1986, The 1961 Fleer set was the first basketball set that this company produced. Crazy how Fleer didn’t produce a basketball set for 25 years after their initial set. Keep in mind, this set was created during the junk wax era, so prices […]

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1974 Topps Basketball

This is one of the sets that Topps made throughout the mid 70s. In the beginning of the 70s, Topps made Tall boy sets such as the 1970 Topps set which featured oversized cards. Fast forward to 1974 and we have a unique set in terms of how it was designed. There are two types […]

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Michael Jordan Basketball Cards

Jordan is considered by many to be the best basketball player of all-time. He was drafted into the NBA in 1984, however some consider the 1986 Fleer to be his rookie card because it’s the first Michael Jordan card in a full flagship set. Jordan shined as an all-star when he entered the league. He […]

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George Sisler Baseball Cards

George Sisler baseball cards are under the radar for most casual collectors. Missing two historical sets: t206 & Goudey, most don’t even know about his cards.  Who Is George Sisler George Harold Sisler was born in 1893 in Ohio. His parents owned a countryside and this allowed him to always be around baseball. George Sisler […]

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Pete Rose Baseball Cards

Pete Rose is one of the most famous baseball players of all time. Across his 24-year career, he acquired 4,256 hits making him the Hit King. Currently, he is banned from the baseball HOF due to him betting on baseball and being banned for life. Even though he’s banned, many collectors and Baseball fans want […]

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Nolan Ryan Baseball Cards

Lynn Nolan Ryan was born in 1947 in Texas. Nolan Ryan always loved sports. In fact, he even spent two years on his high school basketball tea. (while also playing baseball of course). Ryan was named all-state in high school in baseball. In 1965, Ryan was drafted as a free-agent by the New York Mets […]

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Cy Young Baseball Cards

Denton Cy Young was born shortly after the Civil War in 1867. Young grew up on a farm. Young spent much of his childhood on a farm and dropped out in 6th grade to help his family out. During this point in his life, he started playing baseball and joined two semi-pro teams. In 1890, […]

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Tris Speaker Baseball Cards

Tristram E. Speaker was born in 1888 in Texas. His family supported the Confederacy during the Civil War which only happened around 20 years before Speaker was born. He was born right handed, however he learned to use his left hand to throw and hit. Speaker also played football in high school. After his time […]

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