Type: Posts; User: Philip J. Fry
Very nice site, shuedini. Keep it up man.
Their Chrome products have gone downhill in general. Compare a 1993 Finest (regular or refractor) to today's; the etching today is lazy, at best (if it even exists at all, like Bowman Chrome). But as...
Might as well read the story, too!
^Both cards are nice.
I recently started to collect Jim Thome, starting with his RCs. I have a couple of TTM autos of his when he played for the White Sox as well.
Yeah, the etching really makes chrome cards "pop". Unfortunately, Topps decided it wasn't necessary for whatever reason (cost cutting, laziness, cutting corners to rush the product). Bowman Chrome?...
Really liking that Drew Anderson '08 black refractor.
2003 and 2007 are my favorite Finest sets from the decade.
Ugh, stupid post. Nevermind.
That's next year, and will be an online-only exclusive.
/sarcasm....or is it?
I was 13 also and I remember 1994 being one of the bigger years of my collecting habits. 1995 started the slowdown (dad retired from the Marines, we moved one last time, etc) and by the time I...
Here's hoping they do an invisifractor to really cash in on this "mistake".
It's Topps. Of course it was on purpose.
I'd love that Thomas but /10? My pockets wouldn't handle it. Nice break!
Good, I already have Netflix :D
2019 Panini Prizm Color Blast
One of my favorite designs from Panini this year. Absolutely beautiful.
1969 Topps Reggie Jackson RC.
My dad was cleaning out his old room at my grandparents' house and came across a stack of cards, which he sent to me. I was only 10 at the time so my baseball...