Card of the Day: Ty Cobb 1996 Upper Deck Collector’s Choice First Class #501

Card of the Day: Ty Cobb 1933 Sport Kings Gum #1

Card of the Day: Ty Law 1995 Upper Deck SP #174

Card of the Day: Ty Cobb 2017 Topps Allen & Ginter #100

Card of the Day: Ty Cobb 2014 Topps Five Star Bat Knob Relic

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Card of the Day: Ty Wigginton 2001 Bowman’s Best Exclusive RC Auto


Card of the Day: Ty Cobb 1910-12 Sweet Caporal Pin


These pins could be found in boxes of American Tobacco Sweet Caporal tobacco products during the early 20th century.  Some pins are rarer than others.  There are about 205 pins to a complete set and you’ll find many small and large letter variations.  You can get them graded and/or authenticated.  I think look cool in the tiny grading holders PSA puts them in.

Card of the Day: 2008 Upper Deck: The First Class


This card basically wakes up in the morning and pisses excellence.

Fancy Die-Cut Or Scam?

A few years ago I saw a Mickey Mantle card like this Cobb from 2004 Upper Deck SP Legendary Cuts.  I guess because the word “cuts” is in the product title that gives people the right to take a common base card and create their own die-cut inserts, which of coarse are always numbered 1/1.  This is just another example of a scam.  Maybe the seller did it, maybe not.  They could be trying to pass off their bad purchase to someone else.  I don’t see how someone could do this to a baseball card.  Was it the most valuable card in the world, heck no, but its still wrong.  If card manufacturers can cut up cards, I guess individuals can do the same.



Card of the Day #46

Ty Cobb 2002 Topps Tribute Cut Signature Autograph