I started player collecting in 1989, when the baseball card universe was on the verge of its Big Bang-like expansion. New manufacturers and sets were seemingly popping into existence every week back then. I saw the writing on the wall as far as set collecting was concerned: I no longer could have it all. So if I couldn’t have it all, at least I could have it all of one or two … [Read more...] about The Ten 1990’s Baseball Issues that Killed the Player Collector Completist
About Brad Wackerlin
Brad Wackerlin has collected baseball cards continuously since opening his first wax pack of 1980 Topps as an eight-year old. His collecting passions center around world-class player collections of Mark Grace, Vladimir Guerrero, Don Zimmer, Rabbit Maranville, Hack Wilson and Cap Anson. You can reach him at [email protected].