Team Lots Anyone? Thinning Out My Collection

Team Lots Anyone? Thinning Out My Collection

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.

Inserts, Parallel, Rookies, and Stars

I have a pair of two-row 2,000 card holders that contain minor inserts, parallels, rookies, and stars. One for baseball and one for football. Each is sorted by team. As I pull a lower valued card, it goes right in the box.

There are two ways you can get a team lot. Trade me or purchase one (or many).

Each team lot is $2 and $3 shipping for as many teams as you want. I would also be willing to trade a team lot (or lots) for a stack of Minnesota Twins or Green Bay Packers. I am not going to get picky on “value”, just send me what you thing is fair.

If you would like to purchase a team, please contact me via contact form or message me on Twitter.

First come. First serve.

  • Angels – 26 cards (SOLD)
  • Astros – 36 cards (SOLD)
  • Athletics – 32 cards (traded)
  • Blue Jays – 18 cards (traded)
  • Brewers – 35 cards
  • Cardinals – 47 cards
  • Diamondbacks – 25 cards
  • Dodgers – 40 cards (SOLD)
  • Expos – 7 cards
  • Giants – 48 cards (traded)
  • Indians – 35 cards (traded)
  • Mariners – 42 cards (traded)
  • Marlins – 30 cards
  • Mets – 33 cards
  • Orioles – 31 cards
  • Padres – 11 cards (traded)
  • Phillies – 26 cards
  • Pirates – 33 cards (traded)
  • Rangers – 30 cards
  • Rays – 18 cards
  • Red Sox – 39 cards (traded)
  • Reds – 27 cards (traded)
  • Rockies – 22 cards
  • Royals – 28 cards
  • Tigers – 27 cards
  • White Sox – 27 cards (SOLD)

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Ryan is a baseball card dork and PHP developer. He has been collecting cards since he was six starting with 1988 Score. Reigning from Minnesota, he is an avid Minnesota sports fan.

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