One man documents his neverending quest to collect all the Tim Wallach
baseball cards. Not one of each card, but every single copy of every single Tim Wallach card ever made
in the history of baseball cards. If you have any in your possession, he asks that you mail them to his law office's PO box. Maybe you can work out a deal. [more inside]
Both Ripken and Champagne have that same look of determination, of steely grit and fiery passion, in their eyes. For Ripken, it was to play in 2,632 straight games, for Champagne, it was for the bag of Beggin’ Bits the photographer had hidden in his camera bag: the 1993 Milk Bone Super Stars Trading Cards
Besuboru Bromides (Japanese Baseball Cards)
from the collection of John Gall
, as featured at A Journey Round My Skull. Here is an earlier essay
by Gall about Japanese baseball cards.
1983 Fleer Project
As of 8/25/07: 364 of the 660 cards autographed (55%).
"I like to think that baseball players are a pretty imaginitive bunch. I mean, these are guys who, when asked what they wanted to be when they grew up, said something nuts like 'baseball player' — and then didn’t change their answer
." Bunt Cake
: a webcomic for those of us who like baseball cards recontextualized and our humor depantsed and set on fire. Or something like that. [via mefi projects