Cards To See Before You Die:— Batboy Glidden (@Number5TypeCard) June 14, 2018
1930 Rochester Red Wings Premium of George "Specs" Toporcer, believed to be first regular MLBer to wear glasses on the field. +1 for Rochester's "wings on a ball" uni logo.#BucketCards pic.twitter.com/69gBew7rQX
Most of these "Cards To See Before You Die" show off something interesting, rare, or artistic. They don't need to be impossible or unaffordable. You could find this Joe Adcock on eBay for a few dollars.
Cards To See Before You Die: 1952 Bowman #69, Joe Adcock— Batboy Glidden (@Number5TypeCard) August 24, 2017
TV placement, classic swing, autograph, niiiiice#BucketCards pic.twitter.com/3mcC9D4XZL
Some #BucketCards put you in a baseball context without showing you baseball players.
Cards To See Before You Die:— Batboy Glidden (@Number5TypeCard) July 5, 2017
1933 Worch Cigars, Si Seymour. Perfect shot of the Twin Cities broadcaster.#BucketCards pic.twitter.com/G1AdgdjwBL
Others highlight unconventional shots from a century ago.
Cards To See Before You Die:— Batboy Glidden (@Number5TypeCard) April 19, 2016
1916 D381 J.T. "Chief" Meyershttps://t.co/thsq28Te8J#BucketCards pic.twitter.com/aDG0raCJEb
I post many shots from the 1920s and 1930s, when companies reinvented each year what it meant to be a "baseball card." Art Deco's just one of many styles they tried.
Cards To See Before You Die:— Batboy Glidden (@Number5TypeCard) July 6, 2015
1935 Diamond Stars Gum R327
#83 Paul Waner. Great 4-subject composition.#BucketCards pic.twitter.com/NNHnRl11Uw
Even if they "can't all be Waners," at least they're all #BucketCards!