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The One Million Cubs Project Has Branched Out

Recently one of my Dodgers traders, @SouthIndyCards, was inspired by the One Million Cubs Project and set out to collect one million Dodgers cards. The momentum has carried over to other team collectors chasing that milestone. One of them, #TheYankeesMillion, sent a box of Cubs that arrived on Wednesday. In all, 645 more Cubs wereContinue reading “The One Million Cubs Project Has Branched Out”

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Chicago Cubs Top 10 Prospects From 35 Years Ago In Baseball Cards

Baseball America began their organizational top 10 rankings in 1983. Thirty-five years ago. Can it really be that long ago since 1983? Prospects have always fascinated me since discovering that 1989 Topps Ty Griffin future stars card as a seven year old. There may be nothing better in baseball, in my eyes, as combing throughContinue reading “Chicago Cubs Top 10 Prospects From 35 Years Ago In Baseball Cards”

Steve Trout Pizza Party and a Stack of Scott Sanderson

As I catch up on trade reviews, tonight’s review came via a Twitter trade more than a week ago. This one was brokered by Tony Burbs (@rosterjenga) as he tweeted at me that @mjpmke was looking to unload about 800 Cubs cards. Matthew and I began exchanging direct messages and a trade was set. IContinue reading “Steve Trout Pizza Party and a Stack of Scott Sanderson”

Cubs Convention 2018 Preview

For the fourth consecutive year, I will be making the trek to Chicago’s downtown Sheraton for the annual Cubs Convention. After a career in radio (no money) and Division I college Athletics (no time), I made a career move that allowed me time each January to attend the convention. Year one was amazing and itContinue reading “Cubs Convention 2018 Preview”