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The Seven Year Itch - The End of SawxBlog
Cheers to all who've been with me, both new and old - been an excelent journey. (SawxBlog Photo) "If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story." -Orson Welles...

1967 Football Cards

Pittsburgh Steelers
Here are the 1967 Steelers. Although in the NFL since 1933, they wouldn't become a factor until the 1970s. Prior to 1972, the Steelers won as many as 8 games only twice. Beginning in '72, they would win...

Dodger Lyrics

This site is dedicated to the ingenious 'songwriters' on Inside The Dodgers. We are a group of fanatic Dodger fans (redundancy intended) who like to vent our frustration by butchering other people's work. All hail enchantedsunset, our leader and inspiration!

Hit The Road, Frank
yunghitters89 says: January 1, 2012 at 2:47 pm (Hit the road Frank and don’t you come back no more, no more, no more, no more.) (Hit the road Frank and don’t you come back no more.) What you...

Tom the Ripper's Blogosphere

2011 in review
The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,600 times in 2011....

Braves And Stuff

Braves, baseball and various topics of interest (stuff!)

110: 2011 in review
The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,500 times in 2011....

Inside The Colorado Rockies

News and commentary about the Colorado Rockies from Tracy Ringolsby, Jack Etkin and Steve Foster

Rockies farm report: Looking down the road to 2014
In lieu of final Farm Report from Inside The Rockies before we move on to new things, we thought we would offer up this discussion piece to everyone on what the Colorado Rockies will look like in 2014.

2008 Ginter Code Champion

Follow me on Twitter
I seem to be on Twitter more then the blogs. I have 17 followers, never thought I would have that many. I know I'm not famous but I would like to have a few more followers. I have a few of my signed cards...

Back in Packs

Cavs/Raptors Post-Mortem
My girlfriend and I went "deep in the Q" tonight to see the Kyrie Irving era begin in Cleveland. It looks like it may be another long winter for Cavs fans. Here are a few of my thoughts on the game, organized...

Burt Talks Sports

My picks … Week 16
Tomorrow’s games NEW ENGLAND 38, Miami 13 … Patriots are on a roll CINCINNATI 24, Arizona 21 … Will be close game PITTSBURGH 24, St. Louis 20 … Steelers will barely hold on Denver...

NL East Chatter

The Hub of the NLEC Blog Community

Calling all writers…again
I know its offseason for baseball, but I’m still looking for some writers to write about just about anything NL East related. I’d like to give this another go and please shoot me a line with...

Raiders Voice: Oakland Raiders Football Blog

We know the Zone Coverage doesn't work in the 4th QTR
After starting the 4th quarter leading 27-14, Oakland went do a deep zone coverage. This has prooven fatal every time the Raiders switch up their coverage. Being a crucial game in the Raiders quest to...

The Year in Music: Favorite Album of 2011
#10 - Smith Westerns - Dye it Blonde  #9 - Peter Bjorn & John - Gimme Some  #8 - Eleanor Friedberger - Last Summer  #7 - Cults - Cults  #6 - tUnE-yArDs - W H O K I L L   #5 - Wild Flag -...

Cheese and Beer

Cheese and Beer version 2.0
The new Cheese and Beer is on the way. More sports. More opinions. More discussion. Less cards, but still some cards. A new banner. More life coverage. Cheese and Beer, version 2.0 - arriving early 2012.

Braves Blast :: Atlanta Braves Blog

Analysis of our favorite Atlanta Braves.

Winter Meetings Discussions
Last week the AJC’s Dave O’Brien sat down with Braves’ manager Fredi Gonzalez at baseball’s Winter Meetings. Although the Braves made very little noise there, Gonzalez’s...

Gear Up For White Sox Baseball

Just another Gear Up For Sports weblog

How the Grinch Ruined Christmas
Oh Kenny, Kenny, Kenny.  Its been fun these last few days watching you try to clean up the mess you made.  You’ve truly out done yourself this time.  Most White Sox fans stand behind...


San Diego Padres Blog

Padres Acquire Huston Street
The 2011 Winter Meetings are underway in Dallas, and this year's addition has been quite a spectacle. Big name players Albert Pujols, Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle, Prince Fielder, CJ Wilson, and ex-Padre Heath...

Jose Reyes leaving: Sad, but not a travesty
Even dormant Mets blogs need to get in on this Jose Reyes action. For my part, I am sorry to see him go. He was homegrown, is really good at a scarce position, still on the right side of 30, and a fun...

Grand Cards

Hanging Them Up
I remember when I started writing this blog.  I was back in Michigan for Christmas in 2008 and, after a year or so of returning to the world of baseball cards I told my future-wife...

Major League Baseball Blog -

Baseball News, Scores, Rumors and More!

Our Triumphant Return!
After a year and a half hiatus, we shall return with the New York Yankees Blog.  Our first topic is, the Red Sox hiring of Bobby Valentine…   The Red Sox have hired Bobby Valentine!    This...

Baseball Obsession-itis

To be honest, I have forgotten about my blog. This is due to multiple factors.1. School has been so busy for me, but the semester is almost over! I'll soon have a month to catch up.2. I didn't have my...

1973 Topps Baseball Set Builder

57 - Derrel Thomas
About This PlayerDerrel Thomas enjoyed 15 seasons with seven different teams.  Thomas was selected by the Houston Astros with the first overall pick in the 1969 draft.  He made his big league...

1971 Football Cards

Philadelphia Eagles
These are the cards for the 1971 Eagles. You may be wondering why there is no quarterback card. Long-time veteran Norm Snead was traded to the Vikings in the off-season, and appears on a Vikings card (but...

The Wax Czar's Wax Report

Certified Football, Certified Hockey, and Bowman Draft Baseball are LIVE & IN STOCK!
Come to Valley Sports Cards for your Certified Football, Certified Hockey, and Bowman Draft Baseball! We received our shipments directly from Topps and Panini earlier today.Boxes are available for sale!...

The House That Dewey Built

Inside the head of a Red Sox fan

Thoughts on the Managerial Search
A few weeks ago I scoffed at the idea that Bobby Valentine was a serious candidate for the managerial role in Boston. Fast forward to today, and it seems as if he is not only a candidate, but the odds-on...

Baseball Card Recollections

Anyone Want to Trade?
I'm looking for people to trade on the Diamond Giveaway.  I'm on the hunt for some 1969 and 1970 Padres cards.  Everything is pretty much on the table, save for the Gwynn DDC and my ultra sweet...

1974 Topps Set

I'm Still Here
It has been a year of seldom posting here at 1974 Topps Set.  Fellow card blogger Devon at My First Cards (1982 Topps) sent me a note checking up on me.  Thanks, Devon!  I'm still here. ...


Merging trading cards and technology

My Newest Project –
CardNuts will be a community for trading card collectors making it easy to manage and share your collection. Continue reading →

The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line in Boston Red Sox news and analysis. Get the latest news on Dustin Pedroia, Kevin Youkilis, Jacoby Ellsbury, Jon lester, Jonathan Papelbon, Daisuke Matsuzka, David Ortiz, Jason Bay, Victor Martinez and the rest of the Red Sox

2011 Red Sox Prediction Results: John Lackey
Every year we poll the fans and collect their predictions for the upcoming baseball season. Fans do their best to predict what kind of stats all the key Red Sox players will post and once the season ends...


TTM Return - Howard Johnson
Kind of weird that NRP makes an appearance and then I get back a TTM… FINALLY! Hopefully there is not a disappearance from us like that again.But any who, got this HoJo, Ho-Joe, Hoe Joe, however...

Junk Wax Gems

1990 Pro Set Playbook Points Instant Winner 1:10 Cases!
I recently completed sorting through my 5000ct box of 1990 Pro Set series one inserts: those folded booklets that come with two scratch-off areas, one for “points” redeemable through the Gazette...

Project Baseball 1976

A blog of baseball cards of 1976. I'm attempting to collect all of the major issue cards from that year. Right now I'm doing a card-by-card chronicle of the 1976 Topps set

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On to 1977
As you have probably noticed, I've run out of cards to post for 1976. As I obtain the last few cards needed for the 1976 Kellogg's, Hostess, and SSPC sets, I'll post them here.To the best of my knowledge,...

Bloop Single

Baseball Card Display Case Production Update
The prototype for Vintage Baseball Card Display Cases is nearing completion. Here's a recent image that really shows off the American walnut. This also provides a good view of the shelving which will accommodate...

The Heirloom

The Heirloom was born from a series of baseball-related posts on Minneapolis-based writer/poet/blogger Randy Stern's website The Journey. Randy sees the game of baseball is an heirloom passed down through generations to revere and enjoy for a lifetime. This is his heirloom for all to read and enjoy.

The End…Yet Again
The World Series is over. The St. Louis Cardinals won in seven games. The Heirloom shut down too soon…but, this Series drew me back in. It was a good series. Claws, antlers and squirrels…that’s...

The Hockey Card Show - Video Blog

Episode 118 - Phil Kessel
ShareTweetYou can check out the whole Eager Beaver Tee selection on their site and be sure to use the promo code "THCS" to save 15%. If you want to help support my MO for Movember...

Holiday Sale! The T206 Collection: The Players
The award winning book The T206 Collection: The Players & Their Stories is on sale for 25.00 (Regular retail 38.00) throughout the Holiday Season. People will get a signed copy by going to

Mike's Mets

New York Mets discussion, news and historical perspective -- now getting by with a little help from my friends.

Greetings from the Frozen North
As tough as winters can be where I live in Connecticut at times, I've often consoled myself that it could be worse. At least the worse that winter has to offer is usually confined to December, January...

Airwaves, Baseball Cards, and Me

Rude awakening #879
At least several times a year, an enterprising young journalist and Generation X product who may have been a baseball card collector in his childhood and adolescent years becomes curious about the value...


The total package for the total fan!

The Rebirth of Bay Area Football
For nearly a decade professional football fans in The Bay Area have been waiting to see their teams emerge from dormancy. The San Francisco 49ers are currently leading The NFC West while this is the latest...

The Fightins

Some People Are Pretty Excited About Ryan Madson’s Free Agency
Dinner is served in the Madson household.  Mozart’s ‘Serenade in G’ plays soothingly in the background.  The decor features several exotic mounted animal heads; a rare painting...

Baseball Happenings

A Major League Baseball Blog

2011 World Series: Rangers vs. Cardinals
It’s World Series time in baseball. For many baseball fans, this means that your best friends for the next week straight are your high definition television and the coziest spot on your couch. The...

Lets Play 2

2002 UD Piece of History Phenom #126 Rene Reyes
Rene Reyes was signed as a free agent by the Rockies in 1996. He was viewed as a top hitting prospect with above average speed. However, he played two seasons with the Rockies and struggled at the major...

Empyreal Environs

Readin'. Writin'. Red Sox.

Toppling of the Theocracy
Dear Chicago Cubs Fans, You are in for a treat with Theo Epstein signing a five-year deal with your club. One of the most outstanding general managers in the sport will be haunting the halls of 1060 West...

Complete coverage of the Angels minor leagues

The Final Frontier
The Vehicle Assembly Building was used to stack the Saturn V moon rockets and the Space Shuttle. Every baseball career comes to an end. Most players, coaches, and other personnel leave involuntarily. They’re...

Indians Confidential

The Definitive Cleveland Indians Blog!

Game #162: Season Ends on Down Note in Detroit with 5-4 Loss
The Good: Zach McAllister was solid in his final outing of the year, going five innings, allowing a run on six hits, with a walk and four strikeouts. The offense managed just six hits, but they did build...

Inside The Dodgers

Inside the Dodgers is back again for 2009. Check out ongoing thoughts, comments and observations from the Los Angeles Dodgers front office members, including Vice President of Communications Josh Rawitch, Team Historian Mark Langill and others during the club's pursuit of a seventh world championship.

Wishing you and the Dodgers the best
With one game left in the season, this will be my final post on Inside the Dodgers. By now, most of you know that I have accepted a great new position with the Arizona Diamondbacks, but it has been a true...

Beat The Streak Report Beat the Streak presented by Burger King offers more than $1 million to the first fan to pick safely in 57 straight games. This blog offers some expert advice and a complete recap of yesterday?s action.

Beat the Streak Report: Tuesday, September 27
Tuesday’s picks: (Make a BTS pick)   Oh, hello there… Robinson Cano: .556 (5-for-9) since ’06 vs. Rays starter Jeremy Hellickson Brandon Phillips: .462 (12-for-26) since...

Kinston Indians

Kinston Nominated For Two "MiLBY's"
The K-Tribe and Preston Guilmet are nominated for two "MiLBY Awards"

Seahawks Sideline

A seattle Seahawks NFL Blog

Welcome to, for the REAL Seattle Seahawks fans. This site was recently acquired and will be undergoing new changes in the days and weeks to come. I invite you to check back often and...

Real Time Yankees

Bringing Twitter, Blogging, and the Yankees Together

Submit Your Nominations For Our Next Dead Horse
First off all, something interesting: last night many people (including me) were eager to jump on the Cliff-Lee-took-less-money story, embracing the idea that here was the rare athlete motivated by something... is not affiliated with or endorsed by Major League Baseball (MLB), the Major League Players Association (MLBPA) or the MLB Baseball Club. Images and trademarks are the property of their respective owners and copyright of their respective manufacturers. They are presented here for entertainment and informational purposes only.