COVID19 Discoveries: Flashback to Western Illinois Basketball’s Magical Season

Shelter in place has given many of us plenty of time to dig through our basements and storage. It has allowed us to rediscover old treasures along with enjoying created content while stuck at home. This blog is geared towards the Chicago Cubs, but on occasion I’ll tie in something non-Cubs related like my memoriesContinue reading “COVID19 Discoveries: Flashback to Western Illinois Basketball’s Magical Season”

1973 Wichita Aeros Team Issue – A Chicago Cubs Tony LaRussa Exclusive

The 1973 Wichita Aeros team set is my favorite Cubs team set in my collection. It was sponsored by The Action Bank, and certainly has its flaws. I decided to dig out this set because January 30 was Matt Alexander’s birthday and he has a card in this set. To my knowledge, it’s the onlyContinue reading “1973 Wichita Aeros Team Issue – A Chicago Cubs Tony LaRussa Exclusive”

Trade Review: Another 364 Chicago Cubs Cards Courtesy of a Twitter Trade

Check off another succesful Twitter trade. The baseball card community on Twitter has been tremendous and will be an asset to collect one million Cubs cards. Andrew Armstrong reached out for a trade and we agreed upon a swap of roughly 400 cards. I sent off a box of Detroit Tigers and a handful ofContinue reading “Trade Review: Another 364 Chicago Cubs Cards Courtesy of a Twitter Trade”