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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    I always liked this card.



    Mostly because they got up to around $110/piece at one time when I was in high school and I had about 20 of them. I sold 7 of them for $500 and bought all of my car stereo equipment.

    Still have about 10 of them.
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    Joe Torre with the big sideburns



    The comically askew hat of Jim Bottomly



    and the original dime-a-dozen all glove no hit Reds SS


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    I always liked this one.

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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    This one always gave me a chuckle as well.



    Slammin' Sammy buntin' in his rookie card.
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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    Great thread, Dom!

    Here are a couple of my faves:



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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images



    and this one.

    I also used to love the Garbage pail kids cards.

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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    Scavenged from another thread...














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    I always thought "Skates and the Wizard" would have been a great early-80s cop show.
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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    Most Vottomatic Player

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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    Is this a baseball card or a senior class picture?


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    Instead of a stick of gum, I think those cards came with a stick of butter, woy.
    'When I'm not longer rapping, I want to open up an ice cream parlor and call myself Scoop Dogg.'
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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    I didn't realize Derek Lowe also played the title character in Dawson's Creek.

    Either that or Tyler Benchfield in Life Goes On.

    And someone let him know they make exercises for his legs. A bit shoulder heavy there, Derek.
    Last edited by Dom Heffner; 03-23-2007 at 02:33 PM.
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    Re: Your Favorite Baseball Card Images

    Quote Originally Posted by HotCorner View Post
    Is this a baseball card or a senior class picture?


    So true.
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