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    Baseball Cards

    Over the last two days I have really enjoyed ESPN's Page 2 articles on Baseball cards. They have made me laugh and brought back some great memories of buying cards as a kid. I laughed quite hard at the commentary on Gregg Jefferies rookie card. Sorry if you are too young to understand that one. Just trust me, it is funny. Anyway, just thought others out there may enjoy it as well.

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    I have a coworker that still collects and trades baseball cards. He puts up tables at malls and that type of thing to buy and sell. I actually don't remember the last time I saw cards in a store but I also haven't been looking.

    Next thing you know they'll have some electronic version or something that has a unique identifier for authentication purposes. Kinda hard to put that in your bike tire to make noise:)

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