My wife and son are up north for the next several days visiting friends. It has been strange having the house all to myself. Instead of family activities, I've been filling my time with eating plenty of non organic junk food and catching up on mah stories like FINALLY finishing Parks & Recreation (though I wouldn't call Parks & Rec rubbish!) Actual footage of me this week... This also means I have more free time to create custom cards for my collection :) For the first card, I wanted to do something fun with one of the new Rated Rookie
If you know me, you know I love photoshopping things. I've been wanting to do something like this for a while, but wasn't sure how it would manifest itself until last night. I have come up with a fun game. Can you spot the error? The game is to look closely at the cards below, and see if you can figure out what is wrong with them ... NO CHEATING!!! That means, NO GOOGLING. The answers are at the bottom of the post for you once you are done :) Let's get started, shall we? 1982 Topps Cal Ripken Jr.
Well, peeps - it's happening. Bowman is now releasing autograph-only boxes. Is this the beginning of our hobby turning upside down? In this cardboard enthusiast's opinion, the answer is YES. In the year 2020, we will see this as the norm, where every single card of every single product is autographed...except for the case hit: A non-autographed base card. Before you know it, the card companies will turn every single living player (current and former) into Pete Rose - that is, it will be tough to find a card NOT autographed of any given player. This will also change the