This is the second to last installment in the series 30 Profiles in 30 Days from the LGBT World. It seems fitting to spend today, September 11, on the 8th anniversary football cards the terrorist attacks, remembering the LGBT heroes we lost that day.

Kit Young might be the most simple and thus easiest website to use when searching for vintage baseball cards online. Click on one of the category links on the left side of the page. A list of cards will appear. Select one of the cards in order to buy that card. This website lists Vintage baseball cards that cost anywhere between a few bucks and over $3,000. The biggest drawback to using this site? It probably has the least amount of cards out of the three websites listed in this piece.

This is similar as item #2 except that with Craigslist you can even post an ad saying that you are looking for a particular item. Let’s say that you really enjoy buying and selling baseball cards. Post an ad on Craigslist saying you buy baseball cards. There is a section on Craigslist under the For Sale section called “Wanted.” You can post anything that you are looking to buy. Remember that you actually make money when you buy rather than when you sell so negotiate to where you have room to make a profit. Don’t forget about any fees that eBay will charge when you sell.

Depending on who you talk to, Dean’s Cards may be the best website to use when shopping for vintage baseball cards online. You can find roughly 700,000 sports and non-sports cards on this website. When shopping for vintage baseball cards on Dean’s Cards, you will notice that the cards are separated by decade. The condition of the buing baseball cards Inverness are also listed as are pictures for (most) of the cards. One thing I like about Dean’s Cards is that you purchase the cards directly from the website. You’re not involved in any auctions nor do you have to deal with a third party. Shopping for vintage baseball cards on Dean’s Cards is as easy as buying a CD off of Amazon.

Whether your child has a friend who has moved or one right next door, consider suggesting that they become “pen pals”. They will enjoy writing letters and sharing ideas and experiences during the summer. My son and his friend who lives out of town both like baseball card display. They write letters and exchange cards in the mail. He loves to write and receive the letters as well.

Interview other people within your industry who can offer legitimate information to your customers. Remember to get formal, written permission to publish your interview if you want to avoid any legal hassles. Then, take these interviews and turn them into articles. After this, submit them using E-zine directories. The end results include increases in sales, traffic and even respect and credibility.

In game five of the 1920 World Series against the Brooklyn Robins, League Park was the scene of several firsts. Indians outfielder Elmer Smith hit the first World Series grand slam. Jim Bagby became the first pitcher to hit a World Series home run. And Indians second baseman Bill Wambsganss made the first and only unassisted triple-play in a World Series. It all happened on the same day, at the corner of East 66th and Lexington.

All activities and games for the World Tournament of Historic Baseball are free with the regular admission to Greenfield Village. Admission for ages 13-61 is $22 while senior admission is $21 and admission for youth 5-12 is $16. Children 4 and under are free. Parking is $5 per vehicle.