We interrupt our regularly scheduled program to bring you this bulletin. This weekend, my son made a significant dent in his current passion, the 2010 Topps Opening Day set. We came across our favorite vendor who sells my son the current cards for a nickel a piece. He told us that my son is the only child that he sells to so he lowers the price to keep him coming back. He does.
This morning, Christian announced that he would like to start a blog as well. Therefore, I bring you his entry: 2010 Topps Opening Day Cards. Currently featured is card #1, Prince Fielder.
In a shameless plug on my part, I would like to invite all of you to join his blog and comment when you can. We all know how good it feels to see a comment or someone join, multiply that by five and you will have my son's reaction.
He is unoffically the youngest baseball card blogger out there right now (I like to think) and a tremendous baseball fan. He will be checking in as his time (and interest) allows and I suspect there will be more than just 2010 cards and issues discussed.
His father living in the 1980 past will certainly appreciate it.
We now return you to our regularly scheduled frog, er blog.
This blog is inspired by several influences; first, the other blogs dedicated to a single season of Topps sets and the folks at http://www.deanscards.com/, who provide a great resource of all years of cards (and from whom I stole the awesome header).
Mainly though, this blog is inspired by my Dad who during the summer of 1980, fully introduced me to the great game of baseball through these cards. Every one of these cards is somehow connected to a memory of that time.