The Baseball Card Database

From the same people that brought you, comes a new resource for collectors. has a ton of information on each an every MLB team.  My favorite section of the site is the Phillies team page where you can browse through all the team’s records.  They provide very good stats for those collectors that enjoy numbers.  They have been working hard on this site for the last three years.  Be sure to check it out and give it a try.


Sports Card Info Site Statistics

I just thought I would give you a quick update on some of the statistics Sports Card Info has created since it started with WordPress back in May.  The site has generated 45,694 total hits with an average of about 200+ readers per day.  The most visitors that Sports Card Info has had on one day was 624 on November 29.   Some of the most clicked on posts would be How To Spot Fake Sports Cards That Are For Sale, How To Spot A Fake Michael Jordan 86-87 Fleer RC, How To Spot A Fake Wayne Gretzky 79-80 O-Pee-Chee RC, and the 2008 Allen & Ginter SP List.  At the end of the month, it will have been one year since I started Sports Card Info using Blogger before having to switch to WordPress.  I have received a lot of great feedback from collectors saying how much they enjoy the site.  I never thought that I would have 200+ readers coming to the site everyday.  I know its nothing compared to Stale Gum or Wax Heaven, but hopefully someday Sports Card Info will reach their type of popularity.  Thanks and keep reading.

Cardboard Connection

Last week I was contacted by Mike Smith, who operates Cardboard Connection which is a website that centralized some of the internet’s best sports card bloggers.  He asked me if I would be interested in writing for his site.  As soon as I checked it out I had to say yes.  Mario from Wax Heaven, and Jeremy from Porters Prospect Report have also joined on to write for Cardboard Connection.  I plan to write a piece or two every week for the site.  It is one of the best sports card sites for collectors to read.