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Baseball Card Survey: Lets Play 20 Questions

Updated on October 26, 2012

20 Questions

Well, Beckett juat had a survey out for baseball card collectors that was interesting but in some places a little weak. So I decided to create one of my own to see what people really think of this industry. Fell free to vote and check the voting often!!

1. What do you collect?

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2. Do you prefer Autograph cards to be:

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3. How do you feel about game-used cards?

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4. What would you like to see on future game-used cards?

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5. What do you think of the Topps Flagship brand?

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6. Inserts are part of the hobby. What would you like to see from them in the future?

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7. Parallels are also part of the hobby. What would you like to see from them in the future?

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8. Baseball only has one complete licensee In Topps. How many do you think there should be?

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9. The definition of Rookie Card has subtly changed over the years. Do you consider the Bowman “inserts” as Rookie Cards?

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10. The grading companies generally use 30 years as the break off for the definition of Vintage Cards. What is your definition?

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11. Which innovations in card technology do you like or miss the most?

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12. What do you think is the biggest crisis to hit baseball card collecting?

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13. Do you think the RC logo is still useful for the hobby?

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14. Which older brand would you like to get resurrected?

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15. Do you still buy cards of players involved in the Steroid Era like Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds and Rafael Palmeiro?

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16. Are you a fan of manufactured material (patches & bat barrels) cards?

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17. Do you like multi-autographed cards?

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18. Do you like multi-game-used cards

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19. Do you buy most of your cards from:

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20. What do you think of getting cards graded?

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Survey Results

I hope you enjoyed the survey and keep checking the results as I will. It should be interesting to see what everyone thinks of the industry!!!

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