Page 28 brings us to the last page of the Folder of Fun. It's been fun showing off cards I've been squirreling away the last few years. Like Page 27, the last page also contains iconic cards and iconic players. Enjoy!
1990 Upper Deck, #34 - Nolan Ryan 5000 Strikeouts
1996 Topps Mickey Mantle Commemorative Card Set, #2 of 19
2011 Tri-Star OBak, #15 - Charles "Old Hoss" Radbourn
1884 season it blew my mind. It'll blow yours, too.
1991 Upper Deck, #744 - Bo Jackson
1976 Topps, #74T - Oscar Gamble
1991 Topps, #170 - Carlton Fisk
2011 Epoch, #PR6 - Sadaharu Oh
Zippy Zappy. Sadaharu Oh hit 868 homers in his career. It's my only card of baseball's all-time home run king.
2016 Topps "Berger's Best" Insert, #BB-2 - Satchel Paige
1990 Score, #697 - Bo Jackson
Bo Knows. Has there been a better sports marketing campaign in the last 30 years?
Well, that puts a wrap on my Folder of Fun. Over the past couple of years I've been more binder focused and I've centered my attention on adding to the pages of certain binders. I think if I had to assign a pecking order to my favorite binders it would look like this:
- Vogelmonster player binder
- Hall of Fame binder (one card for each HOF player)
- Folder of Fun
- Sandberg player binders #1 & #2
- Cubs Frankenset binder
How about you? Are you a binder person? Which one is your favorite?