For the last year and a half I’ve had the good fortune of having some of my writings published in Beckett Sports Cards Monthly. After spending about a decade in the newspaper business and seeing my name on newsprint, it’s been fun to see my name in a magazine related to my hobby. But recently things took an even cooler twist when I was asked to write more for Beckett Baseball, which is THE magazine I had been reading since I was like 7 years old. And this week I picked up the latest copy — featuring National League Most Valuable Player Andrew McCutchen on the cover — and found my first published column (on Page 16) in the baseball magazine. Obviously I knew it was coming, but it’s been awesome to finally see my name and my writings in the baseball magazine. I’m looking forward to writing more in the future.
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It’s rare that an insert set lives up to it’s namesake. But when it came to early 90s inserts, there was nothing better than the ultra rare Donruss Elite Series cards. They were unmistakable. When you ripped open a pack and saw that shiny goodness staring at you from the middle of the stack, you knew you struck it rich. During a time when most cards featured dull action shots set inside boring borders, the Elite cards had the wow factor. It had holofoil. It had gloss. It has serial numbering. Did I mention the cards had holofoil!? Today I look at the ever poplar set through the portal that is the 1992 Donruss Elite Frank Thomas card. Continue reading