Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Dear MLB....

Dear Bud Selig and MLB,

We, the fans of Upper Deck trading cards, are writing to you in regards of something you took away from us. Why would you not let Upper Deck have a chance at a MLB card license? What a loss it has been to the hobby. Upper Deck ALWAYS put the best baseball cards out on the market and showcased the game on cardboard in a way that no one else can. It was like a frozen moment of time and history on a sport card. No borders to take up the action photography which made you feel like you were there watching it live. A bright and bold design on some products that showcased baseballs best and upcoming stars like never seen before! And every product was different both in cost and in design. Giving collectors young and old a great variety.

Whats out on the market now is what feels to be reruns. Its like watching the same baseball game over and over again and we the fans of both MLB trading cards and Upper Deck are tired of it. We want something new, fresh and exciting. And we will not put money into something we don't believe in. We don't want those kind of baseball cards. We want Upper Deck MLB cards.

Thank you and hope you take Upper Deck back into your consideration for a MLB license,

Bring Back Upper Deck MLB Cards and Fans

Monday, July 23, 2012


Who wouldn't want to open a pack for FREE???

Show off you new shirt to your friends and brag about your FAVORITE card company!
To enter to win this Sp Signature Baseball unopened pack and bonus Upper Deck T-shirt!! Just leave us some feedback on this blog below in comments and what products you would like to see in the future, if there is anything we should add or takeaway and we will randomly select one winner to get the Sp Signature Baseball pack valued at $85 and Upper Deck T-shirt on Friday July 27th! We will announce the winner on our Facebook page to go along with the other 3 contest winners.

As always..thanks for your support and feedback!

Monday, July 16, 2012


Welcome! If you are reading this blog or have stumbled upon it...this blog has one mission...we the fans of Upper Deck trading cards are here to help Upper Deck get back their licenses for MLB, NBA, and NFL.

There will be weekly posts from the beginning of Upper Deck's pro cards in 1989 all of the way to 2009 their last year with pro licenses. There will also be some of their new products sprinkled in time to time. This blog is mostly to remember what once was.

Please enjoy the blog. Comment on your favorite products and spread the word as we try to help Upper Deck get back their licenses!