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  1. Baseball Team Collectors Group: Rules

    The Baseball Team Collector's Group (here is the original group thread ) is a group of collectors who like to collect a specific team (although there are a few who like multiple teams).

    Basically once a month group members send each other a lot of 25 cards of a specific team. To keep things organized and to keep members from having to send a ton of packages out each month trade partners are assigned each month by the group coordinator. ...
  2. Saturday, January 16th, 2010 Mailday!

    Today's mail brought in no new Garnett's - but, I received a huge addition to one of my side PCs. Before today, I owned a total of 89 different Ray Allen cards. After getting my mail, I added 85 new Ray Allen's, bringing my total up to 174 different Ray Allen cards! Nearly doubled my Ray Allen count in one mailday!

    I also picked up a box of cereal at the store today - why am I mentioning this, you may ask? Simple - because the box of cereal is the new Wheaties Fuel cereal with Kevin ...
  3. Friday, January 15th, 2010 Mailday!

    Today's mail brought in 3 new Garnett's, all of them GU, bringing my total number of Garnett GU to over 100 different!

    2007-08 SP Game Used Hardcourt Classics #d/199 GU HCKG
    2007-08 Topps Trademark Moves Triple Relics w/Okur, McGrady #d/199 GU TTROGM
    2008-09 Hot Prospects Hot Materials GU HMKG

    These bring my Garnett collection to 945 different (101 GU). I am now only 55 Garnett's away from reaching 1000 different!

    As always, thanks for taking a ...
  4. Thursday, January 14, 2010 Mailday!

    Today's mail brought in one new Garnett to my collection:

    2008-09 Hot Prospects Draft Night #d/499 98

    Thanks to Steve (spuds1961) for sending me a freebie to help out my collection!

    This is my 942nd different Garnett, raising my collection percentage to 18.8% of all Garnett's in existence.

    As always, thanks for taking a moment to follow my quest for every Garnett card in existence!
  5. And so the merry-go-round spins........

    On Monday, Pete Carroll resigned as coach of the University of Southern California (USC) to return to the NFL as coach of the Seattle Seahawks, hoping to restore some credibility to that franchise after Seattle went 5-11 in 2009.

    The ink was barely dry on Carroll's contract when USC chose his replacement. Lane Kiffin, a former Carroll assistant, bolted Tennessee to return to Cali, this after doing what most of these modern day vagabond coaches do, make promises to his recruits that ...