View single post by Blazer
 Posted: Mon Dec 9th, 2019 02:12 am
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Joined: Sun Sep 4th, 2011
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If you're just doing it for fun (which I do) and aren't "investing", just look for nicely centered cards without the grading. I was working on a 1960s Topps set for awhile and just went for "eye appeal". Don't worry about the PSA slab. You can do penny sleeve and a top loader to protect the cards.

Have a blast with it. It's relaxing and a nice hobby.

I kinda like the older cards to connect with my childhood, but its fun to chase the new cards too because you keep up with the current game. The Ronald Acuna Jr/Juan Soto chase for their 2018 Update cards is insane.

The hot new cards are Vlad Jr and Tatis.

Let me or Erick know if you have any questions along the way. Happy to help you out or give you opinions on certain cards if you're looking at buying.

"Well, maybe I like the nightlife just a little bit more than I like the damn gym, jack! And when you're makin' $500,000 a year, there ain't no reason to change what you're doing." - Dusty Rhodes, 1/4/1986