The Cardfrontation Podcast Premier

Folks, this was three years in the making but I've finally produced the first episode of the Cardfrontation Podcast, inspired by a 90s insert of the same name. Episode 1 goes hard. It discusses my intro to collecting as a 10-year old, my ten-year break as I entered adulthood, and my return to the hobby... Continue Reading →

Burned on Twitter

For the past few months, I have spent more time on Twitter than usual. I did so because my work life has really ramped up and I have not had time to sit down and write. As a result, my new Twitter account has spiked, with 400+ new followers in the past 30 days. My... Continue Reading →

The Mythical Elite Lives On

Love him or hate him (most hate him), Jose Canseco was the biggest name in baseball and baseball cards by the time 1991 Donruss introduced serial numbered trading cards to the pre-internet world. Donruss Elite was as close to Willy Wonka's Golden Ticket as anything had ever been and much like the Wonka Chocolate Factory,... Continue Reading →

My Most Wanted (Help!)

I've been collecting Jose Canseco cards since 1990. I've been writing about baseball cards for 17 years and counting. One thing I've never done is ask for help, until today. I don't want anything for free, I am not accepting donations, and I'm certainly not opening an Only Fans. What I do need is for... Continue Reading →

Friendly Fire at the Kingdome

Baseball conspiracies aren't exactly a new concept. Late into Jose Canseco's career, as he was just one healthy season away from 500 career home runs and a then guaranteed trip to the Hall of Fame, Jose couldn't find a job to save his life. The White Sox, a loser organization if there ever was one,... Continue Reading →

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