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Athlete Trademark of the Week - Tim Lincecum

Athlete Trademark of the Week – Tim Lincecum

In the latest athlete filing a trademark application, Tim Lincecum has registered a pair of logos featuring silhouettes of himself. Paul Lesko has all the details.

Topps Barry Larkin Cards Document a Hall of Fame Career

Topps Barry Larkin Cards Document a Hall of Fame Career

Welcome to the Hall of Fame, Barry Larkin! Look back on his both his career and cards with a complete gallery of all his Topps base cards from his playing days.

Ron Santo - The Cardboard Career of a Hall of Famer

Ron Santo – The Cardboard Career of a Hall of Famer

Headed for the Hall of Fame, we look back on the career of Ron Santo through the lens of his Topps baseball cards. Check out a full gallery of Ron Santo Topps cards from his playing days as well as other info on his career and collectibles.

What's Hot in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball?

What’s Hot in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball?

We track the top 15 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball opening week eBay sales. Autographs and Rip Cards dominate the list. Hot players include Ken Griffey Jr, Mike Trout and Sandy Koufax.

Comprehensive 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Autograph Guide

Comprehensive 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Autograph Guide

Here is everything you need to know about the 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Framed Mini Autographs. Get complete checklists, extensive images and a handy buying guide. Covers both the baseball and non-baseball “Champions” autographs.

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Fashionable Ladies and Guys in Hats Surprise in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter

Fashionable Ladies and Guys in Hats Surprise in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter

Get complete details on Fashionable Ladies and Guys in Hats mini cards, a pair of surprise inclusions in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball. This comprehensive guide includes a checklist, buying guide and images of every card in both sets.

The 17 Most Valuable 1970s Baseball Rookie Cards

The 17 Most Valuable 1970s Baseball Rookie Cards

What are the most valuable rookie cards from the 1970s? We’ve analyzed the numbers and are counting down the top 17. Expect surprises.

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Comprehensive Guide to Mark Trumbo Rookie Cards

Comprehensive Guide to Mark Trumbo Rookie Cards

A key piece of the Angels’ offense, Mark Trumbo has emerged as one of baseball’s most dangerous hitters. Get detailed info on his rookie cards, including images and a buying guide.

2012 Topps Pro Debut Baseball Variation Short Prints Checklist and Guide

2012 Topps Pro Debut Baseball Variation Short Prints Checklist and Guide

Get a full checklist for all 50 2012 Topps Pro Debut Baseball variation short prints. Includes images, descriptions and other info.

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Cards in the Attic - Unlikely Find of E98 Baseball Cards Could Bring Millions

Cards in the Attic – Unlikely Find of E98 Baseball Cards Could Bring Millions

It’s the kind of find that myths are made of. About 700 E98 baseball cards from 1910 were found in an Ohio attic. The cards could sell at auction for more than $3 million.

2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Autographs - Meet the Non-Baseball Signers

2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Autographs – Meet the Non-Baseball Signers

Discover the non-baseball autograph signers in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball. We look at all 33 personalities, providing a short bio for each so you can decide who to chase.

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Behind the Scenes with 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball

Behind the Scenes with 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball

Since debuting in 2006, Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball has offered some of the most unique and diverse cards in the hobby. Whether it’s the classical designs, wild inserts, massive amounts of mini cards, the interactive Ginter Code, the expansive autograph checklists, this is one set where it could be said there really is something […]

2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Through Case Breaker Eyes

2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Through Case Breaker Eyes

Dealer and collector brentandbecca offers a case breaker’s take on 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter Baseball. Using preliminary info, past experiences and the brand’s history, he discusses whether the set is a good bet for those wanting to try a case break.

Window Shopping with 2012 Topps Tier One Prodigious Patches

Window Shopping with 2012 Topps Tier One Prodigious Patches

Most collectors would agree that jumbo patch cards are worth swooning over. Here are more than 20 different 2012 Topps Tier One Prodigious Patches that prove that point.

Time for Topps to Bring Basics Back to Base Sets

Time for Topps to Bring Basics Back to Base Sets

On the heels of busting a pair of nostalgia-driven products, Rick Klein questions why there hasn’t been an iconic base set design for many years. He also offers a potential solution, albeit a radical one in today’s modern hobby.

2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball Short Prints

2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball Short Prints

Want to know if those autographs you pulled from 2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball are rare? We’ve got a complete list of short print groupings and odds for the set’s basic autographs that don’t have serial numbers.

Did 2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball Rely on Old Carnie Tricks?

Did 2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball Rely on Old Carnie Tricks?

2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball is here and the cards are probably unlike anything you’ve likely seen. For most, especially those who spent almost $300 on a box, the results could be very disappointing.

Thinking Clearly with 2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Clear Rookie Reprint Autographs

Thinking Clearly with 2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Clear Rookie Reprint Autographs

Already some of the most attractive baseball cards of the year, 2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Clear Rookie Reprint Autographs are some of the hottest on the market. Check out images of the entire set, which is made up entirely of hobby favorites.

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