Off topic: Learning the Joys of the Troll Part 2

Not really much to say that I haven't said in the other post. This post is just to show case a little more cards that Troll had sent over.

Again thanks Troll. Congratulations to the New York Yankees. Looking forward to the 2010 Baseball season now that we put this one to bed.

Mark Reynolds 2008 Topps Heritage

Orlando Hudson 2007 Topps Opening Day

Mark Reynolds 2009 Topps Allen and Ginter

Miguel Montero 2008 Topps Heritage

Justin Upton 2009 Topps Allen and Ginter (Black Bordered Mini)

Justin Upton 2009 Topps Heritage

Justin Upton 2008 Topps

Chris Young 2008 Upper Deck Spectrum

Chris Young 2008 Bowman Chrome (Gold Parallel #24/50)

Conor Jackson 2007 Fleer (Rookie Sensations)

In the next couple days I am going to post a want list, I am heavily considering starting to collect the 1988 Topps set.


  1. Glad you are digging the cards! They look great on your blog! 1988 is a pretty neat set and pretty cheap to collect... I have been obsessed with sets of the 70s but had good luck finishing up 91 and 96 lately... The collation was much better then and you can still buy old wax cheap. Good luck!

  2. Yeah. My first introduction to cards was in 1988, but I really didn't get started until 1989. So the 1988 set has always seemed a notch above for that reason. Plus, like you mentioned it is pretty cheap to collect. I want to put it in a binder, but can over 700 cards fit in one binder?