May 14, 2009
I haven't bought a pack of baseball cards since Upper Deck moved to an unthinkable $1.50 a pack, but the moment I started watching Casimir Nozkowki's "The Baseball Card Movie," I felt like I was back at my favorite childhood card shop, ripping open packs of '89 Fleer and Donruss.
The mini-documentary, set at The Baseball Dugout in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, is a little long in terms of Internet attention span time, but completely worth the watch. Very well done.
A big BLS head nod to Baseball Think Factory for the redirect.