Monday, August 18, 2014

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

2013 Topps Tribute Inkable Accolades TA-CFI (#'d 20/35)

We're baaaaaack...

Cecil's autograph is instantly recognizable by collectors familiar with his mark. Once you've seen it, you can spot it from a mile away. This came in handy when I was at The National a weekend or so back.

Daddy had a nice run in 2013, being featured in quite a few Topps sets that included several Certified Autograph cards as well as a nice selection of Game-Used Memorabilia cards.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012


As you may have heard, big things have been goin' down in the D. Stay tuned for the return of TC:TCFCOTEOD.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Sunday, May 15, 2011

1992 Donruss ~The Elite Series~ (#34 of 36)

Something from the "high-end" of my collection. Serial-numbered to 10,000 (!), these gems were some of the most sought after cards of the junk wax era. When cards have print runs of 300,000, it puts being #'d/10,000 in perspective...


Dick Perez not only painted, he also (apparently) worked in holo-foil.


Sunday, May 8, 2011

1993 Upper Deck "Reggie Jackson's Clutch Performers" #R9

Mr. October weighing in on the big fella. According to an Ebay seller, very rare and hard to find...


...unless you can type in your browser, where you can find about 20 for $.18...


Wednesday, April 27, 2011

1992 Starting Lineup

Guess who's back! More like "The Cecil Fielder Card Of The Every Other Month"! Just kidding of course...


Brought to you by the fine people at Kenner. I had a ton of these and took every single one out of the box. What a fool! I coulda been a hundrednaire!


Monday, March 28, 2011

1998 Topps #374

Somewhere over the rainbow? Nope. At least not in the traditional sense, but all the variations from '98 Topps nontheless...


Base, Minted In Cooperstown, and Rays and Diamondbacks Inaugural Season.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

1996 E-XL #59

The obligatory "Happy St. Patrick's Day" post...




Tuesday, March 15, 2011

1992 Fleer League Leaders #692

Remember when baseball card sets were like 700+ cards? I do...


The '92 Fleer set was 732 cards deep, not including the inserts (such as the "Rookie Sensations"). You can get a box on the 'Bay for around $15 bucks ($5 BIN + $10 shipping) or a complete, factory sealed set for around $20 shipped. Cards of value for that particular year were found in the "Updates" set (which featured Tim Wakefield's rookie card!!!!).