baseball card


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Noun1.baseball card - a trading card with a picture of a baseball player and information about his playing recordbaseball card - a trading card with a picture of a baseball player and information about his playing record
trading card - a card with a picture on it; collected and traded by children
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Back in the day, your Field Correspondent and his posse (and no, we didn't call ourselves a posse, but it sounds cooler now) would while away the hours with our collection of baseball cards. Long after the bubble gum--which in flavor was all but indistinguishable from the cards--was gone, we would study the images, statistics, and uniforms of players from the big leagues.
On May 30, the first 1,000 fans at Segra Park will receive the 2019 Military Hero baseball card set.
28, 2014, held a bogus baseball card collection that carried a fictional valuation of $12 million.
See Appendix D (available on SABR.org) for color images of the front and back of the 1990 Topps baseball card of George Bush.
While Hall of Fame credentials were good for the value of my baseball card collection, I can't say they brought any real value to my personal life.
An appellate court in Arizona has reversed a trial court's decision and ruled that an insured could proceed with his lawsuit against his insurer for bad faith stemming from, among other things, his claim for stolen baseball cards.
In fact the black-and-white photograph of the Cincinnati Red Stockings was an advertising card from 1869, one of the earliest and most desirable baseball cards ever found.
said, 'You're dad's number one fan.' I said, 'You'll never know how much your dad meant to me growing up.' And he said, 'You'll never know how much you meant to our dad.' (378) So I cannot help but think about stories like these--about young Andy Strasberg now grown up, his prized baseball, and where they both may be today--when I handle and cherish my old, beat-up Roger Maris baseball card and the meaning it contains for me.
It's the first time in history that a former US President has provided an official signature to a baseball card.
He intends to raise the funds for the costly event by cashing in a rare and precious baseball card he owns.
Cops Willis and Morgan are chasing an expensive baseball card and a Mexican gangster.
A veteran NYPD cop (Willis) recruits his partner (Morgan) to track a gangster who has stolen a valuable baseball card from him.