i am a sucker for running commentary in data form, so the counters got my vote. i like the group format too - doing one card at a time for a set seems difficult (as you learned with 1988 topps i'm sure) so i like the random controlled grouping of six at a time. 4 5 or 8 would work as well...but 6 goes nicely into 726 (or 792 for that matter).
The reason for 6 per post is that that's how many fit on my scanner. I actually scanned the 88's also 6 at a time, but then saved them as individual files and post them separately.
well, how serendipitous then
I am torn between the scans of the front (and the back as well) and your take on the stats. I ended up choosing the stats. This is a great set, and you do a really good job, Andy, at bringing back great memories as well as providing extra info.
Yeah, it's too bad you can't select multiple options for this poll. There are a lot of things I like about the way things are done on here!!
I voted for your take on the photos, but really I like it all.
I voted for the comments on the photos, but my favorite thing about this blog and the 88 Topps one is that they completely changed the way I look at baseball cards. Now I can't help but focus on the details for the pictures as well as the design. Just the other day I pulled a 2008 Topps Albert Pujols, and rather than feel elation, I thought to myself, "What a terrible picture. It's kinda blurry and his face is sort of obscured. And what's up with giving him a crappy number like 490?"Thanks for the blog, and I hope to see other sets afterwards!
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