Friday, December 25, 2009

Cards for Christmas 2009



I am now doing a history bog for the town I live in, so I haven't time to do the baseball card blog.But here is some of the cards I got for Christmas!!!








Monday, April 20, 2009

Baseballcardman does Trade With ArodYanksFan:

Yeah!!!!!!! I am back to trading


baseballcardman receives from ArodYanksFan:
2007 Topps Generation Now Vintage GNV14 Matt Cain
2007 Topps Opening Day Team vs. Team
OD9 ArizonaDiamondbacks/Colorado Rockies
OD14 Texas Rangers/Los Angeles Angels
OD15 San Diego Padres/San Francisco Giants
Diamond Stars #DS5 Raul Ibanez
2007 Topps Own the Game 21 Johan Santana
2007 Topps Trading Places TP7 Ted Lilly , TP15 Aubrey Huff

baseballcardman gaveup to ArodYanksFan
2007 Topps: 52,62,64,101,105,114,180,183,209,222,224,227,232,2 42,244,286,333,346,359,366,393,453,487,453,509,523 ,576,584,590,596,598

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Bart went to a Sports Collector's show


GT Sports Marketing hosted a sports collector's show at Kansas City Friday through Sunday, April 3-5 at the Overland Park International Trade Center.


I went to a collector's show Saturday.

Here is just a few of the cards I bought:

George Brett HOF card


1952 Topps Wally Post card


1949 Bowmen -George "Red" Munger #40

1972 Topps Lou Piniella Card

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Anybody have Royals cards?



I have bought a Jumbo pack and 10 regular packs of 2009 Topps. I have only pulled two Royals cards. If anybody can help a poor Royals collector please contat me at bartm@ckt.net


Sunday, February 22, 2009

A day at Coach's Corner

It has been a long drought, first we had high gas prices then the economy crashed. However, I did work a little over-time this week so I had a little extra cash on hand. So I decided to take an adventure to "Coaches Corner" a card shop in Belton, Missouri. I found that it had been 14 months since my last visit. Well anyway, nothing had changed, you couldn't even tell the economy was bad by looking at this cardshop. The owner's nickname is "Coaches", he was taling baseball and the chances that the KC Royals have this coming season, it reminded me of the old days when there was a cardshop on every corner.


Coaches Carshop


I bought a jumbo pack of 2009 Topps, and got this George Sisler along with many other good cards.

I also picked up another Carlton Fisk for my collection, YEAH!

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Link Exchange with The Golden Age of Baseball Cards

Wow!! I haven't did a link exchange in a long time. But today we have one with The Golden Age of Baseball Cards
This is a great site I like the The Greatest Baseball Card Ever part of this site. The manger of this site says: "How can anyone classify a baseball card as the greatest ever? I don’t know, but I’d like to try. Who is the greatest player? Babe Ruth? Mickey Mantle? Ted Williams? Hank Aaron? Barry Bonds? Many others come to mind. However, in trying to determine the “Greatest Baseball Card Ever”, we will examine more than the particular player’s ability, the scarcity of the card or its worth today. Certain criteria will constrain the choices to a reasonable number of cards. The cards eligible for this honor will be limited to those that were most popular with boys growing up, when cards were purchased throughout the summer as each series became available, before factory sets could be obtained, and when collecting cards was something that kids did for fun, not for investment purposes. Other considerations are listed in theGreatest Baseball Card Ever section of this website."
Right now the 1956 Mickey Mantle is listed on his sight. It is also one of my favorite cards eventhough I do not own one. The Mantle card definitely is one to see. click on the above link and view it for yourself!
Baseballcardman

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Times are Hard

Times are hard as everybody already knows. Thankfully my wife and I still have our jobs. It is always good to let people know that you are a baseball card collector. You never know what may happen. This is my blog for tonight. A friend of mine came upon a whole binder of baseball, football, & basketball cards. Well, he just gave it to me because he new I loved the cards!
Below are some of the cards that were added to my collection from this find and my friend.
I am really happy with this Ken Griffey All- Star card that I didn't have. I remember in 1990 this card was really a "hot" item.

This 1991 Nolan Ryan Golden Arm card was my next great find in the album. I had several of these Pacific Trading Cards of Nolan Ryan but this is baby picture card is a happy edition to my collection!

This Willie Mays Baseball Heroes is another card I didn't have, I am really happy with this card. I always liked to say "Hey Kid!"

This Ken Griffey Sportflics yet, another great find for me. I have only purchased 2 packs of Sportflics in my whole life. However, I have traded for quite a few and this card really helps my Sportflics collection.

Last but not least this 1993 Topps Gold Card of Dave Winfield is my favorite of the five cards posted from my lucky friend find.