Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Ever Checked Out The Baseball Card Database?

The Baseball Card Database is site that lets you view every Topps base set card from 1952-2009.

Just enter the year at the top and it will display cards numerically like this:

Then just click on the name of the player and you get a popup that shows you the front of the card along with the card info.

Then just click on the picture and it flips over and shows the back of the card.

I love it.

Somebody put some effort into this and I'm glad they did.

I thought if you had never heard of it you might want to give it a glance.


  1. How did I not know about this? Thanks for sharing.

    1. No problem!

      I didn't know about it until a few days ago, either.

      I have hope that there is a site out there for each of the other brands but that might be wishful thinking.

  2. If you have never seen all the 1952 Topps cards I would highly recommend looking at some of the lesser known names.

    Some of them are truly amazing.

  3. This site looks great. I really like http://www.tradingcarddb.com/ as it has images from many sets and lets you add ones that are needed. It also lets you keep track your collection.

    1. Nice! Did not know about that one.

      There is another site out there that lets you add cards but I can't remember the name.


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