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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”

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30 Years Later: 1988 Score Box Break

What a year we had in 1988. Doug Williams led the Washington Redskins to a Super Bowl XXII victory while winning the game’s MVP. The end of 1988 saw the United States elect George H.W. Bush its 41st President. In between, we watched the Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, and Winter Games inContinue reading “30 Years Later: 1988 Score Box Break”

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”

First Trade Completed During The One Million Cubs Project

A few trades are in the works for the One Million Cubs Project. On Friday, I shipped out two boxes of cards, and will ship out a couple more on Tuesday. The first trade has been completed through the Keep It Real Facebook group. This is a great collecting group that I have been aContinue reading “First Trade Completed During The One Million Cubs Project”