A look at various traded, update, and rookie sets from the late 1980s and early 1990s
is it a Fleer baseball card?
ANDY ANSWER HIM! I HAVE A QUESTION TO ASK!!! I love these posts. Brilliant. :)
QUESTION 1: Is it a Fleer baseball card?Answer: noThis is going to be a quick one, because thewritersjourney already emailed me his guess and he's got it. Just for laughs, I might ignore the rest of his comments on this particular post :)
I'm going to just let it play out. Should be fun to watch. :)
Is it a Topps card?
QUESTION 2: Is it a Topps card?Answer: yes
Next question if I can go again. Is the card from the 1970's?
QUESTION 3: Is the card from the 1970s?Answer: yesBy the way, I have a KILLER Shopped Card coming up next...let's blast our way through this one and get to the next one! It's pretty awesome.
Is the card from 1976?
QUESTION 4: Is the card from 1976?Answer: no
Is the card from teh 1978 Topps set?
QUESTION 5: Is the card from "teh" 1978 Topps set?Answer: no (and I'm assuming you meant "the")
Is it a 1977 Topps League Leaders card?
With the help of Don, and your obvious man-crush on Mike Schmidt (which is a good call by the way!) is it 1977 Topps #2 Nettles and Schmidt HR Leaders?
QUESTION 6: Is it a 1977 Topps League Leaders card?Answer: yesQUESTION 7: is it 1977 Topps #2 Nettles and Schmidt HR Leaders?Answer: no
Does the card feature players who are pitchers?
QUESTION 8: Does the card feature players who are pitchers?Answer: no
QUESTION 7: is it 1977 Topps #1 Brett/Madlock League Leaders
QUESTION 9: is it 1977 Topps #1 Brett/Madlock League Leaders?Answer: yes!(way to try to slim down the number of questions by calling it question #7, though.)I've got a new spin on Shoppped Cards. Check back at 1pm for a #16 in the series.