We know there's too much overall STUFF in the world, as classically noted by George Carlin,
but what about baseball cards? Aren't there WAY too many baseball cards?
Did you know that if you stacked all the baseball cards that exist in the world into one pile, the stack would reach past Mars? Okay, that may or may not be true, but we're guessing it IS true. Do you ever find the sheer numbers of sets, cards, boxes, packs, inserts, sets, subsets, refractors, xfractors, bat, jersey, seat, and baseball relics, and the sticker and on-card autographs daunting? Does this ever make you want to curl up in to the fetal position and find another hobby? How do you, if you're a set collector especially, not get a feeling that there are simply too many baseball cards? Do you find it difficult to be selective? If you DON'T collect sets, and you open a blaster, what do you do with all the cards from the blaster that don't exactly interest you? If you're a tidy person, when do you give up?