30 Day Baseball Card Challenge

The 30 Day Baseball Card Challenge


I'm always up for a baseball card challenge and Tony over at Off Hiatus Baseball Cards threw down the gauntlet when he asked fellow bloggers and Twitterers to write 30 posts in 30 days.  All 30 posts or challenges will focus on baseball cards.

Unfortunately, there's no way I'll be able to complete it in 30 days.  30 weeks is more like it.  I will update my progress on this page for everyone to see, along with the links to the original posts on my blog.

Day 1:  A card from the current year with a photo you like.



Day 2:  A card with more than one player on it.



Day 3:  A card from the first set you tried to complete.



Day 4:  A rookie card of one of your favorite players.



Day 5:  A certified autograph card of one of your favorite players.



Day 6:  A card you spent more than $10 to get.



Day 7:  A card you bought in person and the story behind it.




Day 8:  A card that reminds you of a family member.




Day 9:  One of your favorite cards from the 1950's.




Day 10:  One of your favorite cards from the 1960's.



Day 11:  One of your favorite cards from the 1970's.




Day 12:  One of your favorite cards from the 1980's.


Day 13:  One of your favorite cards from the 1990's.



Day 14:  One of your favorite cards from the 2000's.




Day 15:  One of your favorite cards from the 2010's.




Day 16:  A card of a player whom you appreciate, but don't like.



Day 17:  A card from the first set you put together hand collated.



Day 18:  A card of a player who became manager of your favorite team.



Day 19:  A favorite card from a country other than the United States.



Day 20:  Your favorite parallel card based on the parallel, not the player.



Day 21:  A card of a rookie you thought you were "investing" in.



Day 22:  A card of a common player that always seemed to elude you.



Day 23:  A favorite oddball card from the 1950's.



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