Current Cubs Cards Count: 562,818
- Why Is the 1991 Topps Don Zimmer Baseball Card Selling For So Much?Why is the 1991 Topps Don Zimmer baseball card selling for $10 to $20 on eBay? A card featuring a manager from one of the most over produced baseball card sets of all time? Most collectors wouldn’t pay a penny for this card. ForContinue reading “Why Is the 1991 Topps Don Zimmer Baseball Card Selling For So Much?”
- Topps Project 70 Power Rankings – Week OneTopps Project 70 has really appealed to me since it’s release on Wednesday. The project, which will boast a total of 1,020 cards, is now one week and nine cards into its run. Below is my Topps Project 70 rankings for wek one. WeContinue reading “Topps Project 70 Power Rankings – Week One”
- Critiquing Topps Project 70 Card Gallery 1Project 2020 by Topps was a smashing success. Topps collaborated with artists to give their interpretations on 20 different iconic baseball cards. It was such a success that the company unveiled Project 70 celebrating the 70th anniversary of Topps baseball cards. This time aroundContinue reading “Critiquing Topps Project 70 Card Gallery 1”
- Baseball Card Rookies and Stars for 99 Cents with Free ShippingBaseball cards are extremely hot right now. And we are still weeks away from Spring Training and Opening Day. The market is only going to rise further on baseball cards in 2021. Do you want to get in on the craze at an extremelyContinue reading “Baseball Card Rookies and Stars for 99 Cents with Free Shipping”
- Parkside Cards Negro League Centennial Draft Class Set ReviewPerusing the Blowout Forums one day I stumbled upon a thread about a new trading card set from Parkside Cards. The set is titled Negro Leagues Baseball Museum Centennial Draft Class. It commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Negro Leagues with a checklist ofContinue reading “Parkside Cards Negro League Centennial Draft Class Set Review”
What is the One Million Cubs Project?
This is a quest to collect one million Chicago Cubs baseball cards, mainly through trading from our collection of nearly two million trading cards.
If you would like to donate or trade to help the project, please email email@example.com
Send Cubs Cards To:
PO Box 628456
Middleton, WI 53562
Current Cubs Card Count: 562,818 & counting