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  • dmbfan
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    Try www.markwing.com/baseball/. Sometimes it doesn't work very well. This guy has put together a great search database (when it works) where you can pull up set checklists as well as player checklists.

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  • Dalkowski110
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    I actually make my own, but then again, I know what the checklists are/will be. If you need the checklist of any set that is currently out (read: already released...while I know the tentative checklists for things like 2008 Bowman, they are subject to change and usually do change), I will prepare as many as you want in MSWord (I'm having problems with Excel) for you. PM me if interested.

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  • steve rogers
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    Thanks, but that's not exacly what I'm looking for. I'm looking for something that has all the cards in the set in order with the players name and a small box to check off when you get the card. Like the checklists that came with the sets, but for the computer or printable versions. Maybe a pdf file that you can print out onto 1 or 2 pages. Thanks,

    Scott

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  • Dalkowski110
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    www.teamsets4u.com goes back to the 1950's.

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  • steve rogers
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    Set Checklists Help

    I've been looking around for a site that has checklists of baseball card sets and I searched the old posts on here and couldnt find anything. What I'm really looking for is a site that has printable or downloadable checklists. Ones that have a little box next to it that you can check off or something similar, not just a long list of all the cards that would be 20 pages if you printed it out. Thanks in advance.

    Scott

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