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  1. Turn back time

    Hello all, I figured with my first blog entry I would go back in time. This will take you all the way back to 1998 before the game-used and autograph hype. In 1998 I was a thirteen year old kid with little money to spend. I didn't let that keep from kicking my collecting into high gear with all the affordable cards on the market. I was lucky that many times my mom and I would go to Wal-Mart she would let me pick out a pack of cards. My pack of choice was usually Topps with a price tag of $1.30 for ...
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  2. JOHN ELWAY 1984 ROOKIE CARD & COLLECTION WITH TERRELL DAVIS, SHANNON SHARPE

    Quote Originally Posted by jerrysangel81676 View Post
    I have a whole collection of John Elway cards including his rookie card and some of Shannon Sharpe and Terrell Davis, if anyone is interested.... They are ungraded but come in great condition, no tears, peels, or creases also kept out of sunlight and handled only to put in the card sleeves.... All have been kept in a NFL hardcover card album.... Also a poster pic of John Elway and Terrell Davis from when they won the superbowl together..... I am willing to post pics upon request... There are 117
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  3. AHL Player Addresses

    To anyone who does AHL hockey for current and retired players how do you find your addresses and for retired players do you send it through a former team or their home address?
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  4. Finding others stuff

    Recently I have been lacking in doing another blog posting but I think its time for one from me I guess after seeing praise my way for something I did. Understanding this is one bloggers opinon on things and well lately I thought it was time for me to discuss the matter. I find it puzzling I am willing to go an extra mile to find or locate things for my fellow collectors at times and then have them be successful in finding what they need over what I still lack at times. Just recently I made a deal ...
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  5. How a trade can be right and wrong at the same time

    On Monday, the New York Mets lost 2nd year ace Matt Harvey to an elbow injury, the 3rd starter to suffer the same injury in the last month. First, it was Jeremy Hefner, who won't be back until 2015 after Tommy John surgery. Then, it was Jenrry Mejia, who was coming back from TJ surgery, and will likely be back in time for spring training in 2014. Now, it's Harvey, and he's trying to be optimistic, hoping to return in time for the 2014 season. The Citi Field injury curse keeps hurting the orange ...
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