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Dean is considered one of the foremost experts on the subject of vintage baseball cards, football cards, other sports cards, and non-sports cards. He has a regular column in the Sports Collectors Digest and publishes articles on this blog at blog.deanscards.com. Dean has also written two books on vintage sports cards which are available on Amazon.
Dean is considered one of the foremost experts on the subject of vintage baseball cards, football cards, other sports cards, and non-sports cards. He has a regular column in the Sports Collectors Digest and publishes articles on this blog at blog.deanscards.com. Dean has also written two books on vintage sports cards which are available on Amazon.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? A below average pitcher for the time, this primarily New York Yankee southpaw was better known for what transpired off the field. Let's just say that him and teammate Fritz Peterson made a non-traditional switch in 1972.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? Perhaps one of the most prolific hitters in the history of the PCL, this man would compile seasons in 1955-58 that saw him bat over .300 and hit 37,55 and 56 homers. Batting in the big leagues was another story, as he stuggled with leg injuries. During this season pictured he would be traded from the Cincinnati Reds to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Johnny Klippstein and Don Newcombe.

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#mlb #baseball #reds #dodgers #cardoftheday
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We have a ton of new cards online. These are just the cards we recently got back from PSA. Have some spare time? Feel free to go through the list and buy your favorite cards today.

#baseballcards #baseball #mlb #footballcards #football

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? One half of this duo was a perennial power hitter for the O's in the 1960's and 70's. The other guy was so bad defensively that Frank Robinson nicknamed him "Clank." After a great rookie debut, old "Clank" just couldn't replicate the success. Meanwhile, the guy on the left went on to have quite the career...

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? Story goes that this 6-time All-Star's mother sent in this unflattering picture to Topps. We can be sure that this was only fodder in the clubhouse when it comes to his teammate's ripping him. Thankfully, he wouldn't have to fall back on a music career.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? This hall of fame pitcher was an integral part of the 1930's New York Yankees rotation. Some people credit him with the invention of the "slider." The hurler was also used quite frequently as a pinch hitter, compiling 36 career home runs and hitting over .300 in eight different seasons.

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? Something's missing from this card, besides the player's name. This hall of famer co-wrote a baseball trivia book in 2009. If only we could use some of that trivia for this post. Can we phone a friend?

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? Say Hey to The Judge and Cha Cha, a trio of Hall of Famers that would belt 123 HR's in 1961. This show of power was overshadowed by what went on in the American League that year...

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Baseball Card Trivia of the Day: What card is this? "Skip" was a big league manager for parts of 27 seasons. He brought the Philadelphia Phillies back to respectability in the 1960s and later would manage the startup Montreal Expos for their first 6 seasons in franchise history. The Expos would lose 110 games in their debut season of 1969. It's safe to say that "skip" didn't have much to work with.

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#baseball #mlb #expos #phillies #cardoftheday #baseballcards
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Check out what we saw on our way to the National Sports Collector's Convention in Cleveland. Let us know if you'll be there too!
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