Month: April 2017

Happy Birthday Baseball Card — Bret Saberhagen — 1985 Topps (#23)

Bret Saberhagen was born on April 11, 1964. Bret Saberhagen — 1985 Topps (#23) Bret Saberhagen — 1985 Topps (#23) back         1985 Topps Baseball Rack Pack unsearched $10.00End Date: Tuesday Feb-20-2018 11:08:01 PSTBuy It Now for only: $10.00Buy It Now | Add to watch list 1985 Topps Mark McGwire RC Rookie #401 Baseball Card Athletics $8.49End Date: Friday Feb-16-2018 19:52:09 PSTBuy It Now for only: $8.49Buy It Now | Add to watch list 1985 Topps Kirby Puckett Rookie #536 BGS 8.5 Graded Baseball Card Twins HOF $14.99End Date: Tuesday Jan-30-2018 7:13:33 PSTBuy It Now for...

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Happy Birthday Baseball Card — Lee Lacy — 1981 Topps (#332)

Lee Lacy was born on April 10, 1948. Lee Lacy — 1981 Topps (#332) Lee Lacy — 1981 Topps (#332) back         2017 Topps Baseball Factory Set All Star Edition $39.95End Date: Monday Feb-12-2018 10:20:09 PSTBuy It Now for only: $39.95Buy It Now | Add to watch list 1981 TOPPS BASEBALL COMPLETE SET (726) CARDS W/ RYAN/ROSE/HENDERSON $11.50 (5 Bids)End Date: Friday Jan-26-2018 14:46:45 PSTBid now | Add to watch list 1981 topps baseball complete set Nrmt-mt $5.00 (1 Bid)End Date: Sunday Jan-28-2018 15:50:58 PSTBid now | Add to watch list 1981 TOPPS BASEBALL #274 CRAIG...

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30 Tim Raines Baseball Cards Worthy of an All-Star … and the Hall of Fame!

(This is part of a series of posts about the 2017 Hall of Fame inductions. Read them all here.) Tim Raines was a giant killer, and that was never more evident than at the 1987 Major League Baseball All-Star Game in Oakland That summer, Andre Dawson was playing for peanuts in Wrigley Field, trying to prove himself after being shunned on the free agent market. He was smashing baseballs like no one since George Foster had 10 years earlier. In the American League, strapping young Mark McGwire was a rookie first baseman for the hometown A’s. On the heels...

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Congratulations to George McGinnis, Hall of Famer (Finally)

The Indiana Pacers were one of the standout franchises in the old ABA from the very beginning, winning one title and playing for another in the league’s first four years, reaching the playoffs each season. But you could make an argument that the Pacers didn’t really arrive as an attraction until George McGinnis landed (back) in Indianapolis in 1971. Now, after a loooonnggggg wait, one of the Blue and Gold’s first superstars is headed for the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.   Local Talent McGinnis was born and raised in Indianapolis and was already a local legend by the...

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