By Brendan White aka SteakNchop
After a successful all-time best positions players ever, players that had to be retired, I think I better make a modern one. Baseball has changed quite a bit over the years, so for the all-time list I had to compare the players to other players of their era. With this however, they are all playing during the same period of time so this list should be entirely accurate.
Note: These are not predictions of future performance or how the player would do
Back in 1892, Cal Berkeley started a baseball team. The Cal Bears, they were an excellent college team on and off the field. They won National Championships in 1947 and 1957. Year in and year out, they field a quality team.
Of any college baseball program in the country, Cal provides the most first round picks of any school. Many would consider it the best baseball program there has ever been, with a very good chance of making it to the big leagues from there. Many prospects and stars have
Last Saturday, I went to my first sports card show. The decision did not come very easily, though. February 5th was also the date of the 2010 World Series champion San Francisco Giants FanFest. Now, Iíve been to this letís say every year except last since 2006. It is great for getting autographs, skipping the lines and just going upstairs to see interviews of current players and coaches. However, this year was expected to be different.
As we all know, the Giants were the World Series champions
Wherever you go, there will be groups of people who seem to act the same. Be it your work, your school, or your old-personís home, you will notice a trend in how we act. On Sports Card Forum, Iíve noticed the exact same thing.
There are a few categories people on SCF are placed in. The first is,
The newbie is quite an interesting collector. One way you can tell which category someone is in is how they check a bucket or photo album. When a newbie checks a bucket,