Card collectors have tweeted out and voted for cards from their childhood, cards that changed the hobby, cards that came with bubble gum, were included in packs of cigarettes, boxes of cereal, cards that came with a Grand Slam Breakfast, and cards that came on the sides of boxes of cup cakes...heck, they even voted for their favorite cards of the last two Presidents of the United States.
Using the hashtag #CardboardChaos the voting has come down to one weekend of collectors votes...
1952 Topps Baseball
1956 Topps Baseball
1965 Topps Baseball
1989 Upper Deck Baseball
The man behind this phenomenon is Kevin, who has run #CardboardChaos on his Twitter page Cards From The Attic.
Baseball fans and collectors were also rewarded for their participation, with prize packs of old baseball cards for spreading the word about the contest...the more you took part, re-tweeted posts, voted, and interactively took part, the better your chance to win a great package of cards.
I even got into the fun, and created a Day game vs Night games poll after seeing these delicious treats at the store.
The night games won, with a few write in votes for the "double header!"
Saturday night the semifinals will commence...if you haven't yet come across all the fun, well, it's not to late...it's gonna be lots of fun...and there's most certainly more prizes to be had.
If you're on Twitter and love baseball cards, come join all the fun and excitement!
Play #CardboardChaos !!