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Athletics Nation

An Oakland Athletics Fan Blog

Yairo Munoz homers in second game back for Double-A Midland RockHounds
Infielder Yairo Munoz made his 2016 debut for the Double-A Midland RockHounds on Wednesday, and on Thursday he really got things going by drilling his first home run of the season. Overall he went 2-for-7...

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PED Incentives And The Next JDA
The following article originally appeared at on November 29, 2013. With the recent suspensions of Dee Gordon and Chris Colabello, the subject of PED incentives has once again...

Federal Baseball

A blog about the Washington Nationals.

Tanner Roark extends scoreless innings streak to 15-straight in Nationals' loss...
Washington Nationals' right-hander Tanner Roark extended his scoreless innings streak to 15-straight innings with seven strong on the mound against the Philadelphia Phillies in what ended up a 3-0 loss...

A League Of Her Own

A long-suffering Cubs fan and her nationwide community rely on their sense of humor to make it though another Cubs season.

Boundaries are NOT bullsh*t

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Papi Moments
As everyone in Red Sox Nation celebrates David Ortiz’s final season, I thought it would be a good excuse to recount some of the most memorable things I’ve seen David Ortiz do.Especially on...

Bluebird Banter

Around The Nest Blue Jays Minor League Podcast - Week 4: Bye Bye Berti
TGIF! Today, Bluebird Banter's official Blue Jays minor league podcast Around The Nest, hosted by the Voice of the Lansing Lugnuts Jesse Goldberg-Strassler will be broadcasting live starting at 4 pm Eastern....

Sports Cards Uncensored

A blog that doesnt pull any punches when discussing this cutthroat industry.

How Did the First Round of the 2016 NFL Draft Shake Out For the Hobby?
I love the draft. Its my favorite event of the year other than the Super Bowl, mainly because there is so much that goes on and so much action. Aside from some horrible things that happened to Laremy Tunsil...

Vine Line's Cubs Club Blog

Blog with the editors of Vine Line, the official monthly magazine of the Chicago Cubs.

Bricks and Ivy Ball raises $1.65 million for Cubs Charities
(Photo courtesy Chicago Cubs) On Thursday night, guests gathered at Navy Pier’s Grand Ballroom to show their support for Cubs Charities at the sixth annual Bricks and Ivy Ball. The event raised more...

Blue Heaven

Rest, Relax And Put Your Blue On

2016 Bowman Baseball - All the Dodgers Insert Cards
Now that you've seen the base cards, here is everything else.  Shown below are the various Dodgers inserts and autograph cards that are available.  Note that the Kenta Maeda auto'd cards are...

Twinkie Town

An Unofficial Minnesota Twins Blog

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Area Old-Timey Preacher: Jose Berrios Is a Witch
"Know him by his dark works." Despite losing his first major league start, Jose Berrios' velocity and movement gave many Twins fans hope that he could be the long-term #1 or #2 starter the team desperately...

Brew Crew Ball

Which Milwaukee Brewers Players Would You Buy Stock In?
Fantex is a company that allows people to purchase stock in professional athletes, and it's becoming more popular with Major League Baseball players. It is often said that to be successful in the stock...

Wrigley Wax

Backing Up the Truck: Leo Durocher
It's ironic that the man who talked about backing up the truck was one of the first to go.Leo Durocher came to the Cubs in 1966 and was a lightening rod for controversy from the moment he came to Chicago....

Sports Card Info

Providing collectors with up-to-date news and fake sports card information

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Card of the Day: Lynn Swann 1976 Topps #140
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Sports Of Boston

Boston sports blog: Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins, and more.

Do the Red Sox Understand Platoons?
That is a mostly rhetorical question, but I’ve been wondering about it for a little over a week. Most of my confusion and bewilderment concerns Chris Young, and the fact that he has been poorly utilized...

Night Owl Cards

Up all hours talking baseball, cardboard & collecting

By the numbers
You know when one of those bloggers lists all of the zip codes on their outgoing packages? And you excitedly scan the list for your zip code?Finding your own zip code is a thrill I can't describe. It's...

Faith And Fear In Flushing

The New York Mets blog for fans who like to read.

This Could Be Fun
The only thing missing from Wednesday night’s game was Keith Hernandez requesting that someone put a tent on the circus. This is not a blueprint for constructing a satisfying baseball...

Let's enjoy this while it lasts
It's April 27...The Phillies pitching staff has shut out its opponent four times this year. It had seven shutouts all of last year, 12 in 2014.The Phillies are over .500 with an 11-10 record.They weren't...

One-Ninth Completed. Some Thoughts.
Three weeks of the regular season have been played, 18 games in total for the Red Sox. They are 9-9. That's exactly 1/9 of the season or 11% done.Can't reach any firm conclusions about this team so far....


Fun with 1973-74 Topps Hockey
Well, fun for me.  You may just think I'm an idiot."I play for the Flames 'cause I'm hot!""Party on Wayne."Winner of the Joe Piscopo look-alike contest.Winner of the Bob Newhart look-alike contest"I...

Viva el Birdos

Everyone thinks Jim Edmonds belongs in the Hall of Fame, but apparently that does not matter - A Hunt and Peck
because stupid. With the Hall of Fame balloting in progress, the articles about who should and should not be a Hall of Famer are everywhere. The man that is getting the most attention? It might just be...

Aaron Gleeman

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Gleeman and The Geek #210: Back To The Future
Topics for this week's "Gleeman and The Geek" episode included Phil Hughes getting hurt, Jose Berrios not being called up, Tyler Duffey's bounceback, being delayed by golf, sending your kids off to college,...

Garvey, Cey, Russel, Lopes

A Dodger-centric baseball card blog.

will there be a final tribute?
shortly after i started this blog in september of 2008, i received an email from ben henry, creator of the baseball card blog and someone with whom i had traded a couple of times. he said that he had poked...

I have been slavishly writing here for years and years trying not to miss a day. I have written through travel days and business meetings and long trips. I started every vacation day sitting here making...

Drunk Jays Fans

Presented Without Comment…
[email protected] are still in the hunt for Melky Cabrera (@themelkman53), according to @RGriffinStar — TorontoStar (@TorontoStar) November 24, 2014 Filed...

30-Year Old Cardboard

Talking Baseball and Baseball Cards while focusing on the 70's and 80's

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’30-Year Old Cardboard’ – The Curtain Call
’30-Year Old Cardboard’ – The Curtain Call Tonight, I say good-bye.  My blogging days are done and my ride of 12,268 articles written will come to an end.  I have not skipped...

Let's Go Sox

An Almost 5-Game Winning Streak
Nice job by HH and BroHo today in an 11-0 win. The loss on Saturday still kills me though--we could have gone into the break on a 5-gamer. So the first half ends with us 5 back of the Yanks and 10 back...

Boston Sports Media Watch

Watching The New England Sports Media

Looking Back To Fill The Patriots Roster
It’s hard to tell how well this particular New England team will perform this season. Is the defense good enough? Will the offense improve all that much? Maybe. But we know for sure that the roster...

PhoulBallz Podcast Episode 43: Gillies, Galvis & Rupp Talk Baseball Card Collecting
On the 43rd episode of the PhoulBallz Minor League Podcast, Tug and Jay feature exclusive interview clips of Tyson Gillies, Freddy Galvis and Cameron Rupp talking about what baseball cards they collected...

U.S.S. Mariner

Seattle Mariners and general baseball discussion with David Cameron and Derek Zumsteg

Lincoln Speaks, Hope Disappears
Howard Lincoln talked to the media today. Ryan Divish did the yeoman’s work of transcribing the entire conversation, 44 minutes worth of talking on a wide variety of subjects. Other people are going...

Sully Baseball

 After years of posting Sully Baseball on Blogger, I have moved the blog to a new address that you can find by clicking HERE. It will be the same combination of podcast posts, articles, blog posts...

Orioles Card

An intersection of two of my passions: baseball cards and the Baltimore Orioles. Updated daily? Let's hope. Each day I'll post a scan of one of my Orioles cards and allow my thoughts on said card to pour out. It might be childhood memories, an anecdote from the player's career, or musings on the aesthetics of the card. (Larry Sheets' mustache is fair game.) Ideally, this blog will be a companion piece to my Orioles Uniform Number site, NumerOlogy.

Vintage Fridays: Dave May, 1969 Topps #113
Dave May was born in New Castle, Delaware. I won't quite make it that far north tomorrow, but in 12 hours or so I will be seeing many of the scenic sights of coastal Delaware as I travel to Ocean City...

The Cardboard Connection

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2013 Topps Archives Baseball Fan Favorites Autographs Guide
The 2013 Topps Archives Baseball Fan Favorites Autographs checklist has a decidedly 1980s and 1990s feel. Get a full checklist, images, set details, team info and more.

mojo & beardy's fantastic card blog

Freedom, for the world…
I almost forgot to put up this review, and for good reason. This has nothing to do with this product, it has to do with the other two sets that arrived with Preferred. Prizm Baseball and Marquee Basketball...

The Official Rock Song of Massachusetts
There's a movement to make the Modern Lover's Roadrunner the official rock song of Massachusetts. I'd be 100% behind this idea.

Ron Kaplan's Baseball Bookshelf

In my "day job," I'm the features and sports editor for a weekly New Jersey newspaper. I'm also the editor of the Bibliography Committee Newsletter for the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR).

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Happy President’s Weekend!
Sorry, but no cards for George Washington, top, who played for the Chicago White Sox from 1935-36, or Ezra Lincoln, below, who split his one big league season in 1890 between the Cleveland Spiders and...

Mint Condition

One fan's ponderings about cards, cards...and that's about it. Oh, and the Yankees and Phillies, too.

FINALLY! A Blasterful of 2013 Topps Series 1
(To be read with Jon Facenda impression):It comes in the cold of winter, in the snow, when all hope for tomorrow is mired. It comes in early February, when the leaves of September have faded away. It is...

The Angels In Order

My Collection of Angels cards, autographs and memorabilia.

Steve Crawford Return
Steve signed these cards in 86 days from his home in Salina, OK.Interesting that the "Crawford" looks a little different on both.I'm thinking his hand just hit a snag as he was signing.

Matsui Retires, Baseball Mostly Quiet
Not much has gone on this week, but the biggest news is that former Yankees outfielder Hideki Matsui has decided to retire.  Matsui was one of the great outfielders from the last decade, a great teammate...

Pawtucket Red Sox

Hometown's trying times bring Kalish perpective

Cards on Cards

Depictions of St. Louis Cardinal baseball players on small rectangular objects made primarily of cardstock. Twitter-free since 2008!

'Tis the Season (For a Trade Post)
Happy holidays! I hope you're all watching the Holiday Bowl right now. No? Okay, well, settle in for some light reading instead. Jeff from 2 x 3 Heroes is giving away some cards to celebrate the season...

Lady Loves Pinstripes

A sports blog from a female Yankee fan's perspective....

Yankees Hot Stove: Another nonsensical move
Just as fans start to comprehend that the New York Yankees are all about one-year deals this off-season, the brass throws another curveball that makes no sense. Here is the gist of it: -      ...

The Great Orioles Autograph Project

My goal is to eventually have a signed Orioles baseball card of every modern era player to have played in a game for my favorite team. When they do not have a card in an O's uniform or any card at all, I will try to get any autograph available. The project is huge and might be impossible to complete, but hey, it sounds like fun to me!

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Orioles Autographs Shown Through Topps Cards From 1954-2012
In a project that spiraled into something much larger than it was initially supposed to be, I present to you one autographed Topps card from every season of the Orioles' existence, except for 1996, '98...

Beck's Blog

Tracking the Tigers and other things baseball with beat writer Jason Beck.

Tigers sign Brayan Pena to be backup catcher (updated)
You had a feeling the Tigers were going to try a veteran backup catcher capable of catching a fair number of games and holding his own, offensively and defensively. Detroit has found its guy, agreeing...

Red Sox Monster

Boston Red Sox analysis and humor by Dan Lamothe

Boston Red Sox rumors 2012: Ryan Dempster latest pitcher to be linked to Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox have checked in on free agent pitcher Ryan Dempster.

Pitchers Hit Eighth

November 19th – UCB Roundtable Question
The UCB roundtable question of the day for November 19th involved some alternate universe baseball, because why not have it involve alternate universe baseball? Courtesy of some guy eating a burrito…...

It's Like Having My Own Card Shop

Home and Away
I came accross these recently while going through some boxes. I must have bought a box of 2003 Leaf at some point because I had several different Home and Away cards. I only had one player where I had...

The Chronicles of Fuji

Upper Deck Was The Sheet!
In terms of collecting cardboard, I've always considered myself a Topps Guy, because they were my favorite cards to collect as a kid and they've been around for over 60 years.But for the past twenty or...

A Pack To Be Named Later

Trying everything once.

2007 Topps Flashback Fridays
Hey all - it's Jeff. When I hit a card show this past weekend, a dealer was selling packs of these cards at 2 for a buck. It was only later that I realized why both packs I bought had the same five cards....

Beerleaguer - Phillies Blog, Baseball News, Trade Rumors & Spirits

Phillies Blog, Baseball News, Trade Rumors & Spirits

Weekend hot stove open thread
Let's refresh the header to make room for the latest gossip. In other news, for those who care about such things, four weeks ago I transitioned out of my role with NBC Sports Regional Networks (formerly...

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