SB Nation baseball cards: Well that's just gross

SB Nation's 2013 baseball card series rolls on with five brand-new, thoroughly un-collectable baseball cards.

Hi, friends, and welcome to a brand-new installment of SB Nation baseball cards. I'm now 40 cards into my quest to create the world's worst baseball card set. Which, thanks to the thoroughly deteriorated state of the sports card industry, is also the world's second-best card set.


Previous weeks:

Cards No. 1 through 7 here.
Cards No. 8 through 14 here.
Cards No. 15 through 21 here.
Cards No. 22 through 28 here.
Cards No. 29 through 35 here.

This week:

☑ #36 Denard Span
☑ #37 He Said It: Tom Ricketts
☑ #38 Jonathan Papelbon
☑ #39 Awful Children (INSERT)
☑ #40 In Motion: Jean Machi (INSERT)

No. 36: Denard Span



No. 37: Tom Ricketts



No. 38: Jonathan Papelbon



No. 39: Awful Children (INSERT)



No. 40: In Motion, Jean Machi (INSERT)



To view the entire set of 2013 SB Nation baseball cards, click here.

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