Technically that page has been on my blog since day one but it quickly became obsolete around mid-2014. On that page is the definitive list of all of the players I collect cards of, the teams I collect cards of, and the list of the foreigners who played baseball for the Chunichi Dragons. I mainly created it so that I could easily look at the list at future card shows and future visits to card shops.
One glaring omission is my 1979 Topps project. At the moment the project is on hiatus. Keeping track of any and all progress involving entire sets that have hundreds of cards is tough. The whole grueling process has forced me to realize just how easy being a player collector is. I tip my hat to those of you who've ever completed these 600+ card sets before. The closest I came to such a feat was the Sega Card Gen set, and that only had half of the total cards the 1979 Topps set has.
I also set up an official page dedicated to my Takuya Kinoshita collection (second page from the top in the "My Collections" column). That's right folks, it truly is Torrens 2.0. Right now it is very empty and I'm regretting not picking up more cards in Japan when I had the chance, but hopefully I can create a Kinoshita collection that rivals that of my Torrens collection. It probably won't because I was willing to go to extreme lengths for the Torrenterion Collection, but we shall see what happens.
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Right so with this out of the way, I think I can officially say that my goal of creating a definitive list of players I'm collecting is done. Thank goodness. Now to neglect the pages for months because I'm lazy.
As always thanks for stopping by and take care :).