- Burn Counter:
- Steve Sax: Gotta Go!
- Space Invaders — Jeff Sellers
- Space Invaders — Glenn Hoffman
- Space Invaders — Tom O’Malley
- Space Invaders — John Russell
- Rey Quinones: Busted !!
- Tom Hume: Taxi Driver
- hmmm… Hal McRae with a Mustache ?
- New Video: 1987 Topps Baseball Cards Find a Safe Place to Hide !
- Jay Howell: This Pose Sucks
Category Archives: Burnings
Here’s a new burncardburn video. In this episode, 1500 1987 Topps Baseball Cards are making a run for it ( from me ! ) Eventually I catch up to them. There is no escaping 🙂
Ok it’s been a while since I posted a burn video. I have been busy moving and now that I’m settled in it’s time to get back to this project. This video is from my old house. You could say … Continue reading
I recently acquired a 1987 Topps Baseball Card Rack Pack. After some fumbling around to open get this sucker open I was able to take a look at the cards. Hey it’s been probably 20 years since I’ve opened one of … Continue reading
This week we cross the 150 mark for a total of 153 1987 Topps Baseball Cards Burned. Not a lot of special-ness going on with this 20 card burn lot. Twenty years ago, finding a couple team leaders and manager … Continue reading
Another 20 card lot of 1987 Topps Baseball Cards met my fireplace this past weekend. This burn lot featured stars Dwight Gooden, Jack Morris, Kent Hrbek, Dave Stewart — and somehow a couple Dwight Evans made it in — well guys … Continue reading
To date, this project has burned 111 1987 Topps Baseball cards. The burned cards have been a mix of commons and stars. This week we get a real treat — eBay member billy_dean102 threw down to burn the gem of the … Continue reading
With this weeks burning of 20 1987 Topps baseball cards we cross the 100 cards burned mark. This brings the total 1987 Topps baseball card burned to 111. This 20 card lot featured Dave Winifield, Frank Viola, George Brett and an All … Continue reading
Thanks to user breed we are approaching our first milestone : 100 1987 Topps Baseball cards burned. In the grand scheme of things this doesn’t register on the scale to reduce the number of cards in circulation but it’s a good start and there has been a ton of support from people
Ah Is there a better way to celebrate V-tines-day than to post about my favorite baseball card set ! hmmm, sounds like fun but my wife might disagree! Anyway, this week we get some help. Ebay user memanono kicked down … Continue reading