Anonymous Collectibles NJ said...

“Let me see if I got this right. You buy low grade

beat up cards and feature them on your blog.

That’s awesome. Totally different than all the

other blogs I have seen featuring the nicest cards.”


1974 Topps
Brooks Robinson

Here's a poor old baseball card I picked up a few weeks ago for $2.63 including the cost of shipping. Come on, you've got more than that under the cushions of your couch.

I'm not sure what attracted me more to this card — the cartoonish Oriole on the cap, the crease through Robinson's head or or that pinhole before the word Baltimore.

Either way, I'd buy this card for under $3 all day long. You do realize Robinson was one of the game's greatest third basemen ever!

A very undrerrated Hall of Famer to say the least.


Unknown said...

Beautiful card! I used to carry a 1974 Felix Millan in my back pocket when I was 6.These cards showed they were loved.

Mark Zentkovich said...

I wonder why no pinhole on the other side? nice card with character

Jeremy said...

I like mainly because the color scheme of the borders sort of matches the team colors of the uniform

GOGOSOX60 said...

There was always a loud I GOT IT!! I GOT IT!! when my self or my buddy would pull a Aaron Home Run Champ card out of a fresh pack....good times!! :)

Jeff S said...

The LCS no longer takes Visa , Mastercard , Discover , Chase , or even American Express. It now only takes the only card sponsored by MLB and accepted at all MLB parks. Its the new HANK AARON credit card. The 74 Aaron card looks like a credit card.

Skroeker said...

It's too bad that people don't name their kids like classic ball players nowadays, such as "Brooks Robinson", "Ty", or "Mickey"...

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