This blog is about sports cards. I tend to only purchase cheap items so don't come hear expecting to see big money cards. My teams collections are Chicago White Sox and Michigan Wolverines. I also have a bunch of player collections.

Monday, March 30, 2020


* I put my February purchases on random for today's post.

I guess technically I didn't random this post as it's the only post left for the month, and with a day to spare. This probably should have been the first post this month as now everyone has already seen these cards but it's the way the random fell.

I picked up all of these on Sportlots, all were under $.50, most were only $.18. After I purchased these but before I had them shipped to me, my cousin sent his package to me and it had some of these in it as well so I ended up with some dupes but I'm alright with that. I need a couple of the photo variations to complete the base set and there were plenty of parallels and other stuff that I still need but I pretty much knocked the base set off quickly.

I'm not sure why the Tim Anderson card doesn't have the yellow League Leader like the Abreu does considering he led the league in batting average. Only thing I can figure is that he'll have another card in series II with the LL on it.


  1. "League Leaders" is a subset; players get a league leader card in addition to their "regular" card, not a notation on their regular card. Anderson already has a League Leader card in the current series. https://images.app.goo.gl/QPSi1WBbi6ahgJ4e7

    Now that you mention it, yeah, they need to do more to differentiate the subset from the standard cards. Personally I'd go back to having multi-player leader cards, but I guess they want to differentiate flagship from Heritage.

    1. That's about what I figured. I always liked the multi-player cards as well. Thanks for the info.