A Pack to be Named Later busted a pack of 2000 Fleer Tradition football, which is a pretty great set in my opinion, and I don't think I've seen those opened online before.
ARPSmith's Sportscard Obsession showed off a pair of beautiful mid-90s Matt Williams Donruss Elite inserts. As a kid who collected during that era, seeing these brings back fond memories, even if I didn't pull one until YEARS later because they were so rare at the time.
Paul from Card Boarded highlights the awesome paint job on Red Wing goalie Jimmy Howard's mask. Nice combination of the Spirit of Detroit statue and the Olde English "D," Jimmy!
Colby from Cardboard Collections is doing his best to inspire a friend's kid to join the hobby by making it rain Phillies stuff, so go help him out!
Johnny from Cards From the Quarry is back at it with his awesome Quarry Unlimited custom set, 2013 edition. Today's post features the multiplayer rookies design (my favorite), but don't miss his other posts in the series!
CynicalBuddha of Collector's Crack scored some cheap but awesome boxed sets from a card shop warehouse sale. There's some pretty sweet stuff to see, and oh, hey, one of them has Jim Abbott on top, so let's use that image!
Fellow Michigan fan Charlie of Lifetime Topps Project got a small trade package from some guy who runs a blog called Too Many Verlanders. He'll be getting another one from me soon!
Fellow Simpsons enthusiast UncleMoe of My 2008 Topps Set Blog is giving away a Daniel Hudson auto and 2013 Topps Update hanger box in a contest, so make sure to get in!
NachosGrande is counting down his favorite cards from UD's 2005 Past Time Pennants set in multiple posts. This one happens to include HOF shortstops Cal Ripken and Ozzie Smith along with should-be HOF pitcher Jack Morris.
Brian at Play at the Plate has a mother competing with his mother-in-law to see who can buy him more blasters. Remind me how I can marry into that family. Also, he pulled a Verlander, so thumbs up!
And finally, the best post from this week (which happens to be last alphabetically in my reader):
Doug from Sports Cards From the Dollar Store posted this glorious card that needs no further comment as you're obviously already basking in its glory right now.