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Thread: Today is my Cardboard Birthday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbrandtw View Post
    I started collecting on my birthday 1982 so the date is easy to remember. Parents got me a 1960 Mantle . Still have it .

    Tanner, I still want to know the card you were anxiously awaiting last week.


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    Man, it's purty. Like ... purty purty. I'm going to post about it in the next day or two. I just got it in Saturday, and can't stop staring at it!
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    1988. I was at another 8 year old's birthday party and they gave out '88 Donruss packs as party favors. I didn't know players or anything about cards, but in my pack was Daryl Strawberry and everyone else was jealous. From that moment, I was hooked. I'm still trying to find a signed Strawberry '88 Donruss for nostalgia.

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    Happy Cardboard Birthday Tanner! Awesome thread. Last summer marked my 50th year. Not sure of the exact date but I was 8 years old and opened a few packs of 1966 Topps. They were just simple, awesome looking cards. And the best part was that it was easy to read the stats on the back. My favorite card was #151 Gary Wagner of the Phillies. I was amazed that a big league player had the same first name as I did. That's how I became a lifelong Phillies fan from Tenn. I have replaced several of those 1966 cards because of tears, creases, and mold. And I'm still collecting card #151 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by u2me57 View Post
    Happy Cardboard Birthday Tanner! Awesome thread. Last summer marked my 50th year. Not sure of the exact date but I was 8 years old and opened a few packs of 1966 Topps. They were just simple, awesome looking cards. And the best part was that it was easy to read the stats on the back. My favorite card was #151 Gary Wagner of the Phillies. I was amazed that a big league player had the same first name as I did. That's how I became a lifelong Phillies fan from Tenn. I have replaced several of those 1966 cards because of tears, creases, and mold. And I'm still collecting card #151 .
    Thanks! How many of #151 do you have?
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    Only 6. Time to get some more.

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