Since joining the blogosphere, I have come to the conclusion that each blogger likes to keep tabs on others. It's not a bad thing, and it's not like there is a competition to see who has the best blog, but it's always nice to read what others who share the same interests have to say.
Now I know that many active bloggers have a blogroll that links to their favorite blogs, but this blog will put the blogroll in the spotlight, instead of the sidelines. What I will do is add new blogs onto the blogroll onto the left of this post, and try to categorize it by what kind of cards each blog mainly focuses on (baseball, football, basketball, hockey, blogs that focus on more than one sport, specific set blogs, specific team blogs, or specific player blogs, Hobby/Media blogs) and then include the name of the blog and their most recent topic. And it will be out in the open for all to see.
There is a catch to this. I want to keep as many active blogs on here as possible. There are a number of blogs on other blogrolls that are now either inactive or have not been used in more than six months. If a blog has not been updated within the last six months, it will be removed from the blogroll.
If you notice that your blog is not listed, please feel free to drop me a line at email@example.com, just tell me what you specialize in, and your blog will be added.
Realistically, I created this so I didn't have to go to visit other bloggers just to get to another person's blogs. But you are welcome to use this site as well.
The goal is to find the best Topps cards of the last 60 years with the help of everyone in the Hobby Blogging Community. Feel free to check out my choices for the best five cards of every year in the last 60 years and let me know what you think. Suggest cards that should have been on the list and eventually a ballot will be made to vote on the best card from every year.