Daily Archives: October 11, 2014

Jose Fernandez 2014 Topps Series 2 – 2013 NL ROY – Red Foil Parallel

Jose Fernandez 2014 Topps Series 2 – 2013 NL ROY – Red Foil Parallel

Yes, I am still hauling in parallel cards of Jose Fernandez that were issued earlier this year.  And yes, I still need more.

This one here is the Red Foil card from Series 2 of the 2014 set.



Time to really hunker down and try to knock these rainbows out.  Before I know it, 2015 cards will be here…

Rickey Henderson 1991 Topps

Rickey Henderson 1991 Topps

Here is another great action-packed shot of Rickey Henderson courtesy of Topps.



This card comes from the 1991 Topps flagship base set of cards, and as you can see it features a neat ’40th Anniversary’ logo in the upper-left corner of the card.

I love when Topps gives us action images of Rickey – it is a perfect fit for a player that packed so much energy and excitement into each and every game in which he played.  I wish they still did that with today’s product…

Reggie Jackson 2002 Fleer Greats Of The Game

Reggie Jackson 2002 Fleer Greats Of The Game

If there was any question as to why the Fleer ‘Greats Of The Game’ set was one of my favorite early-2000’s releases, I give you this card of Reggie Jackson.



‘Nuff Said.

1975 Topps Set Card 286/660 – #299 – Bucky Dent, White Sox

1975 Topps Set Card 286/660 – #299 – Bucky Dent, White Sox

Progress: 288/660

Card Number:  299

Player Name: Bucky Dent

Team:  Chicago White Sox

Position: Shortstop

Image Style: Posed Hitting

Years In The Major Leagues: 12 seasons, 1973-84

Notes From His 1975 Season:  Bucky Dent was selected to the AL All-Star team for the first time in 1975.  As a member of the White Sox, he hit .264 as he connected for 159 hits in 157 games played.  Of his 159 hits, Dent collected 29 doubles and 4 home runs.  He scored 52 runs in 1975 while also driving in 58.

Notes From Career:  Bucky Dent is a 3-time All-Star player that suited up for four different MLB clubs during his 12-year career.  Dent is a lifetime .247 hitter with 1,114 hits on his resume.  He is a member of the 1977 and 1978 World Series championship winning New York Yankees.  He won the 1978 WS MVP Award due to his .417 average over 6 games against the Dodgers.


Did You Know….

Alan Trammell was named the 1984 World Series MVP after hitting .450 in the 5-game match-up against the San Diego Padres.  In the series, Trammell went 9-for-20 with six singles, a double, and 2 home runs while scoring 5 times and driving in 6.

The Tigers won the series 4 games to 1.


Here Is My Giancarlo Stanton ‘2014 Topps Gypsy Queen Rainbow’

Here Is My Giancarlo Stanton ‘2014 Topps Gypsy Queen Rainbow’

Friends, I have done it again.

Another rainbow has been completed.

And this one features my favorite current MLB player – Giancarlo Stanton.  And it is from my favorite modern Topps product – Gypsy Queen.

The rainbow features 3 full-size base cards and 5-mini cards, including one with an image variation.

Are you ready to check it out?

You sure?

Ok, here goes.  Have a look:



Yeah baby!  After securing my last mini just last week, I have finally completed the full 8-card rainbow.  I’ve finished other Gypsy Queen rainbows in the past, but none this large – the 8-card version of Stanton is a first for me!

Just in time for 2015 Topps Update to come where Stanton should have at least 2 more rainbows to chase..

Let’s Go!