Card of the Day: Richard Hamilton 1999-2000 Fleer Ultra #129

Card of the Day: J.R. Richard 1974 Topps #522

Card of the Day: J.R. Richard 1976 Topps #625

Card of the Day: Richard Nixon 2007 Upper Deck Masterpieces #75

Card of the Day: Richard Sherman 2015 Topps Veteran Photo Variation #209

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Card of the Day: Richard Park 1995-96 Upper Deck #419

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Card of the Day: Richard McWilliam 1993 Upper Deck #FD1

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Card of the Day: Richard Sherman 2013 Panini Contenders NFL Ink Auto

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NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Auto Contest! – NOW CLOSED

This contest is for a Richard Samuel 2013 Topps NFLPA Collegiate Bowl Auto.  Good luck!!!

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Contest Details:

  • This contest will end Friday, January 17, 2014 @ 8:00 p.m. EST.
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  • Once the contest is over, I will need the winner’s mailing address so I can ship them this card for FREE!!!

Upper Deck’s Co-Founder Richard McWilliam Passes Away


Every industry has its major players.  When it comes to the sports card industry, Richard McWilliam was one of those major players.  Upper Deck began to make its dent in the industry with the release of 1989 Upper Deck Baseball.  The set revolutionized the industry with its premium card stock and anti-counterfeiting design.  Not only that, but card #1 in the set is Ken Griffey, Jr’s most popular rookie.  Upper Deck quickly went on to produce some of the industry’s first autographed and memorabilia cards all taking design into consideration.  All major players take heat from time to time, but then again who doesn’t.  McWilliam sure took his amount of heat covering various topics.  Lets face it, sports cards probably wouldn’t be where they are today without McWilliam’s input.

He’s probably up there right now organizing an autograph signing with Babe Ruth, Wilt Chamberlain, Lord Stanley, and Jim Thorpe.

R.I.P. Richard McWilliam