My wife and I have decided to move to a different area. Same state, just different town. This has inspired me reduce my collection of sports cards. This actually isn’t a bad thing. It is something I have wanted to do for some time, but never had the motivation to get started.
The well known baseball card blog Night Owl Cards posted OK, now this is a blog bat around which set off a barrage of other blogs telling their collection stories. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading all the other “What I Collect” blog posts to see how unique everyone’s collection is.
This will be my first Blog Bat Around post, so here goes…
The University of Minnesota basketball team is currently ranked at #14 this year. They haven’t done this well in a long time. To see the team enter and get past the first round of the NCAA tournament would be excellent, but I would also like to see someone make it to the NBA.
This topic of exclusive licenses in sports cards has been eating me up for a while now. It just doesn’t seem to work for me and here’s why…
Collecting baseball cards for me has been a big part of my life. It has always been a way for me to get closer to the sports and players I enjoy. I quit collecting in high school out of pure frustration of the hobby and did not return for quite a while.
Topps Chrome products are my all time favorite. I love refractors and the chromium card stock. The 2017 Topps Chrome Baseball release was going to be a big one with the Aaron Judge frenzy that is currently taking over the card world. Thankfully, I was able to get my hand on a hobby box.