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Old 07-03-2014, 07:48 AM
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Have dozens and dozens of them. How many hundred do you have autograped there HRBAKER? Good thing you bought a bigger house there in the new city for all those autos! The tougher ones, of course, are the high series and there are some really neat cards in there like Gretzky and others. If you troll ebay on them, you can occasionally find HUGE groups of them for decent prices. I'm pretty close on finishing the standard BB set minus just a few high numbers. Same on FB................
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Yeah, from what I read any cards from decks 100+ are considered high numbers and are more scarce because more and more people dropped their subscriptions as time went on. The only Dodger that fell into this category was the Snider 400-HR club card.

The only other card I picked up from the set was the Bruce Lee card for my display case, it's the earliest released card of him that I'm aware of.

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I have a whole bunch of Sportscaster cards i am looking to sell - all different sports, including many high #s !
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I have a whole bunch of Sportscaster cards i am looking to sell - all different sports, including many high #s !
I'm actively looking for any Mike Schmidt Sportscaster cards in non-English languages-

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I had an original subscription for them back in the late 1970's as a 9 year old. I remember them coming to my mail box once a month, I believe. Unfortunately, I was so young so I don't remember much more than that.

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There are numerous earlier Bruce Lee cards. Domestically there are the Green Hornet cards from the mid-1960s. There were also cards issued in Asia that predate the Sportscasters by a decade.
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Old 02-21-2015, 10:36 AM
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I have exactly one...the "Affirned vs Alydar" card. There are many others I would like to have, but the size make it a bit of a challenge for me to store. I do like them though!
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I know I have a few Brookie one's, but does anyone know how many different variations there are of his Sportscaster card/s?
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