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    What’s the first CARD you ever pulled?

    These threads are getting out of hand.


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    1950's ??????????? duh

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    I don't know my first card, specifically, but I think it was one of these.
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    Man they aren't out of hand at all.


    People wanna talk about experiences with cards, what is the problem with them posting a thread here?

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    This one is easy-peasy! 1981 Fleer Cecil Cooper Brewers from my first pack of cards purchased from an impulse purchase at 7-11 (wax box was sitting on the counter next to the cash register).

    First insert and first auto must be non memorable because I don't remember on those.

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    Yeah, topics/discussions on a forum board = out of hand
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    I remember pulling a joe pepitone out of a pack of topps my dad gave me


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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Mario View Post
    These threads are getting out of hand.
    How about who was your first? What year? Where? Protection?

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    The first one I remember pulling was a 1966 Topps Gary Wagner #151. Go Phillies!

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    I can't remember the first card(s), but first packs were 1973 Topps...I still have most of the cards I pulled as a kid from the 70's

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaxPax View Post
    I can't remember the first card(s), but first packs were 1973 Topps...I still have most of the cards I pulled as a kid from the 70's
    That's really cool. 1973 Topps was one of my favorites and I'm trying to finish the set. I'm only about 40 cards away from finishing it. If you would like to trade 73's for 73's let me know. Thanks!

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    Send me what you need, always willing to help finish a set if I can....

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    for me has to be a early 70's topps. Prob. around 75ish?
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    For me it was only some 68 Topps..

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    I don't remember the first card I ever pulled - but I remember the first baseball card I ever saw. I was seven years old (1979) playing ping-pong in my cousin's basement when the ball went flying into a dark corner of the room. I happened to find a little card with a baseball player on it. Since I had started playing t-ball the summer before and was baseball crazy, I wanted to know what it was. That's when I learned what baseball cards were. I started buying packs of 1980 Topps the next year whenever mom dragged me to Schuler's drug store. Willie Stargell was my favorite card I pulled in 1980. The next year, there were 3 different brands to choose from (Donruss and Fleer)! I started collecting right at the card boom.

    That first card was a 1970 Boog Powell #410 card with creases and a torn corner (cousin let me keep it). Kinda wish I still had it.


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