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Thanks for stopping by. Like you I'm a collector of card board. My primary collecting focus is rookie cards of Hall of Famers and I love to learn about the history of these All-Time Greats. My goal is simply to inform and inspire. Did you know? Some Hall of Famers only have 1 official rookie card but others may have 50 or more! How are you going to know which ones are which? Right here! This website will provide you with a rich checklist of every true rookie card of featured player.
The hobby is full of learning opportunities and this is the heartbeat of All-Time Greats. We will learn about Hall of Famers, Future HOF, Collecting and most importantly rookie cards!
There is no right or wrong way to collect but there are many roads you can take. I want to help you assemble the best collection possible.
A healthy balance of learning and collecting will bring years of enjoyment for you and hopefully the next generation!
Recent Blog Post
Bob Gibson has one official rookie card. We’ll be looking at his second-year card as well. But first, let’s look at the life and career of the Hoot.
With an invitation to tryout for both Chicago teams, Cubs and White Sox, Lou Brock impressed scouts and was offered contracts by both teams in 1960. Lou Brock has one official rookie card, and we’ll be looking at his 2nd-year card, and his first trading card as a St. Louis Cardinal.
With the 1st Overall Pick in the 1st Round of the 1984 NHL Entry, the Pittsburgh Penguins selected Mario Lemieux from the Laval Soisins Amateur Team. He was inducted into the NHL Hall of Fame in 1997 and has 2 official rookie cards and 3 rookie year alternates.