A former employee is suing Topps over a John Henry card inserted in 2011 Topps Triple Threads Baseball. Christopher Holmes alleges Topps didn’t get his permission to use his image on the card. Paul Lesko breaks down the details of the initial filing.
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Get an insider’s perspective on how to approach 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball presales. Our comprehensive guide includes practical advice on how to maximize potential profits and avoid common mistakes.
The Topps Golden Giveaway site is live and ready for your codes. We break down the details of the program, how to redeem codes and look at some of the available prizes.
See the entire set of 100 2012 Topps Baseball Die-Cut Golden Moments cards with our handy gallery. Collectors can uncover cards randomly with Golden Giveaway cards inserted in packs of 2012 Topps Baseball.
A Charlie Sheen autograph showing him as Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn is a dream card for many collectors. 2011 Leaf Legends of Sport comes close with a card that is clearly meant to be Sheen in his iconic role, minus the licensed Cleveland Indians trademarks.
Take a look at the complete set of Retired Rings, one of the more intriguing inserts in 2012 Topps Series 1 Baseball. Featuring an embedded ring, the cards highlight legends like Mickey Mantle, Babe Ruth, Willie Mays and Nolan Ryan.
While there’s no shortage of autographed baseball cards, some players are very tough for collectors to find. Here are 10 modern players we’d love to see more autographs from.
Further expanding into the baseball card market, Panini has announced an agreement with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Get the details on the deal as well as analysis about what it means to collectors.
We’ve got the complete 2012 Topps Series 1 Baseball Short Prints checklist, details and images.
Want to know the truth behind the Pacific Manny Ramirez corked bat card? A former Pacific Trading Cards employee confirms the story behind the notorious card on Cardboard Connection Radio.
Trace 60 years of Topps Baseball wrapper history with our comprehensive visual guide. Includes a wrapper sample from every year from 1951 to 2011.
For years, brentandbecca has specialized in breaking cases, lots of cases. He’s developed a reputation for offering good prices, fair selection and excellent service. Learn about how he got started in the hobby as a child and grew into being one of the hobby’s movers.
Topps hasn’t always been about traditional baseball cards. In the final installment of our look at oddball baseball cards, we delve deep into Topps’ baseball past to uncover their first inserts, premiums and test issues.
In the second part of our extensive look at oddball baseball cards, Rob Bertrand breaks down some of the retail oddities found at stores like K-Mart, Denny’s, Toy “R” Us and more.
Looking for a new collecting challenge? Check out our guide on food-issue oddball cards. We look at the history and highlights from several companies, such as Kellogg’s, Post, Hostess and Burger King.
A new Lou Gehrig sketch card by industry veteran, Chris Henderson, is raising money for ALS. Find out how you can win this unique card.
2011 has been a wild year in the hobby. The Cardboard Connection staff make their picks for their favorite to come out in the last 12 months.
Handmade by Amelie Mancini in a church basement, Bizarre Injuries is the most unique baseball card release of 2011. Find out about the cards and the artist who created them.