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  1. Can I Make Money in Sports Cards?

    By Brendan White aka SteakNchop

    One of the normal "newbie" sports card questions is on the simple side, but has so much to it. The question is; "Can I make money collecting?" The general consensus on this from most collectors is; "Have you gone mad? Are you serious!?!? You literally think you can make money this way!?!? Impossible!!!! It just can't be done!" Guess what? It can be. Here's how.
    While of course making money in this hobby is hard, ...
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  2. 2011 MLB Regular Season Predictions

    By Brendan White aka SteakNchop
    There comes a time every year, the time when snow may still be falling, when spring may not have started yet, but baseball is on your mind. What about baseball you may ask? The Major League Baseball season. Spring training is still a few weeks away, but I have decided to publish my thoughts on the standings of the 2011 season.
    [B]American League East[/B]
    Boston Red Sox[IMG]http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:aJ45Tvtn1Mt_fM:http://www.sportslogos.net/images/logos/53/53/full/671.gif&t=1[/IMG] ...
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  3. Top 10 Best Baseball Position Players Ever

    By Brendan White aka SteakNchop
    In baseball, there is greatness and then there is greatness. A twenty year career with five hundred home runs and twenty-five hundred hits is great, but not great, great. Numbers like that may get you in the Hall of Fame, but in reality the Hall of Fame isn't for the best players ever. The Hall of Fame happens to be for very good players nowadays, (this will be talked about in a later post) not the greatest and most accomplished of them all. So to weed out the ...
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  4. The Lunacy of the Numbered Card

    [SIZE=3][FONT=Calibri]The unmitigated reason vintage cards have value is their rarity. If there were ten thousand Honus Wagner T-206ís then it would be a normal and inexpensive card. The whole market for this runs on this mantra and without it would fail miserably. 1950ís Topps, 1960ís Topps, 1970ís Topps all have the same thing as the rest; cards get thrown out, not many more left. People want cards of those old players; scramble to find what is available. The vintage market is just as fascinating ...
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  5. How to Start a Card Collection

    [LEFT][FONT=Times New Roman]You have just recently gotten into card collecting and are happy and amazed to see that you can trade, buy and sell online! But when you actually go online, nobody wants to trade for your cards! Thatís because you donít have very many cards. Rather logical, since you just started collecting so recently. So how will you start your collection? Do you just go to the hobby shop and buy a lot of cards? Or is eBay better? Or should you just buy packs? Read on to find out.[/FONT] ...
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