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Old 12-25-2020, 01:55 PM
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Merry Christmas to all celebrating the holiday today. During a break between Christmas morning and Birthday afternoon (I'm a Christmas baby), and with newly obtained eBay gift cards in hand, I was wondering whether someone might point me in the direction of definitive player card inventories for Jim Rice, Dwight Evans, Tim Wakefield and Jamie Quirk (including cards issued during the player's career and afterward, which especially in the case of Rice are voluminous).

I'm working from lists I found in the old alphabetical guide from 2 decades ago and the TCB, but something more user/printer friendly and authoritative would be appreciated.

Many thanks!

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Old 12-26-2020, 09:10 AM
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Here are the links to the Trading Card Database.....

https://www.tcdb.com/Person.cfm/pid/4911/Jim-Rice

https://www.tcdb.com/Person.cfm/pid/1740/Dwight-Evans

https://www.tcdb.com/Person.cfm/pid/6103/Tim-Wakefield

https://www.tcdb.com/Person.cfm/pid/4772/Jamie-Quirk
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Old 12-26-2020, 12:29 PM
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Thanks - have those. Looking for something which might be printer friendly and more authoritative. I say authoritative because when I completed my own Dwight Evans checklist last year I based it largely on the TCD list, but when I come back and look at it today, there's a lot more cards listed from around 2012-2013 than were listed last year.
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Old 12-26-2020, 05:44 PM
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Thanks - have those. Looking for something which might be printer friendly and more authoritative. I say authoritative because when I completed my own Dwight Evans checklist last year I based it largely on the TCD list, but when I come back and look at it today, there's a lot more cards listed from around 2012-2013 than were listed last year.
Perhaps you know and don't like PDFs, but this can be useful for others:
If you click on a link listed above and click on the "More" button to get a full list, there will be a printer icon on that page (small and to the right of the name of the player). Click on that, then it should have a printable PDF you can download that is listed as "Part 1." I'm sure for some players there may be more than one part! I've also used the PDFs for copy and pasting into excel spreadsheets.
I think TCD is a pretty solid place to start, and surely things evolve as some issues gain recognition while others may occasionally fall off.
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PS. Looking forward to the day when Dwight Evans gets elected to the Hall. It's going to happen!!
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Old 12-26-2020, 06:29 PM
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Thanks - this gives me exactly what I was looking for; appreciate the assistance! I'm not that savvy on these things.

And yes - Dewey will be in the Hall one day. I think he deserves it for a number of reasons, but on an old-fashioned level back in the day 400 HRs was all it took. Without the '81 strike, he likely would have had 400 (he finished with 385), and when he became eligible in 1996, it would have opened the door for him. Same for Dale Murphy who finished with 398.
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Great guy too. I grew up friendly with his eldest and his daughter was in my grade. You see the stache a mile away
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G TO VG-EX

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322 RANDY JACKSON
329 IVAN DELOCK
347 JOE ADCOCK
351 AL DARK
354 FRED HATFIELD
360 GEORGE CROWE
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Great guy too. I grew up friendly with his eldest and his daughter was in my grade. You see the stache a mile away
Epic stache, HOF stache.

Really sad about Dewey's sons, sometimes life just ain't fair.

I know Evans didn't win the Clemente Award, but was he every nominated due to his work with that disease his sons had? Might have been later in his career that he really got involved...
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I know he tried to keep it quiet for a long time. Very sad indeed.

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NEED THE FOLLOWING 1952 topps

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322 RANDY JACKSON
329 IVAN DELOCK
347 JOE ADCOCK
351 AL DARK
354 FRED HATFIELD
360 GEORGE CROWE
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Old 12-29-2020, 01:56 PM
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Beckett has great printer friendly checklists for players, but you have to pay for an online subscription. Just search on the player and click on their name at the top of the results, there's a link that says "print checklist."

You may be able to pay a couple dollars just for single checklists I don't know.
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