2016 TWJ cards are here!

Andrew McCutchen debuted as card #1 in the 2016 TWJ set yesterday, Tim Hudson showed up on a “Final Tribute” earlier today. For at least the first couple of weeks, two new cards will show up each day at TWJ cards on tumblr. Dallas Keuchel and Joey Votto are scheduled for later today, and then Corey, Dan, David, Ian, Ryan, Aramis, Rougned, and Matt will conclude the regular week. Jose, Barry, Madison, and Logan are scheduled for the weekend.

As a special preview, here’s a card that won’t show up on the tumblr feed until next week…Chicago Cubs third baseman and future Hall of Famer Kris Bryant

Bryant

Here’s the general plan: two cards from each team to start the season, then I stop counting. If the Yankees end up with only two cards in the entire set, so be it. The Reds might get 73 (because they will have at least that many players pass through the bigs this year). OK, I wouldn’t really do that to those who keep up with the daily posts at TWJ cards on tumblr, but you get the point. I’ll make sure each team gets at least two regular cards (not including “Final Tributes” or All-Stars or other special cards that might pop up during the year).

The question is, who do you want to see in the set? If you have any suggestions or requests, you can post them here, e-mail me, or send a message through tumblr or Twitter.

Other virtual card sets have made their debuts recently as well. The 2016 TSR design was released today, and Jason’s Custom Trading Cards has already shown off fifteen cards! If you are aware of other custom card sets, please leave a link in the comments section for everyone to enjoy!

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About JT

Preacher. Author. 911 dispatcher. Baseball fan. Horror nut. Music nerd. Bookworm. Time Magazine's 2006 Person of the Year.

Posted on April 4, 2016, in baseball, baseball cards and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. JT, the cards look great. I love seeing other custom cards. Thanks for including back to my site.

  2. Nice cards! I love the subtle 3-D effect of the “color box”.

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