Joe Mauer Rookie Card Checklist. From his 2002 Bowman’s Best Auto Rookie to the mysterious 2002 Bowman Chrome #316 Facsimile Auto, there are plenty of great cards for the Mauer collector to chase.
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Steiner Sports held a high profile sports memorabilia auction earlier this week to benefit charity. Among those in attendance were Mariano Rivera, Reggie Jackson, Dave Winfield, and Yogi Berra.
Charlie Samuels had been the New York Mets clubhouse manager for 27 years when he was fired in November of 2010 after being caught making illegal bets and supplying insider information to the mob. That arrest eventually prompted police to discover a treasure trove of Mets baseball memorabilia scattered between his office and a rented [...]
Former Baltimore Orioles manager Earl Weaver has decided that now is the time to sell his valuable collection of baseball memorabilia.
Ever wondered who the hottest players in the baseball card and memorabilia hobby are? Chances are you have. Look around in any large hobby related forum or website (including this one) and chances are you will see at least one player hot list. But as fun as these lists are to read they rely on [...]
The AFLAC auto is among the most confusing purchases a collector will ever encounter, especially if the AFLAC auto was seeded in a pre-2009 Bowman product. I’ts important to do your homework before purchasing any AFLAC autograph, we give you some of the keys to making a safe purchase.
Like previous versions of Tribute, it will appeal to those with a big time collecting budget more so than the everyday collector. 2011 Tribute is nearly identical to last season’s with a slightly increased emphasis on legends and slightly revamped card design. The product as a whole is solid, delivering some legendary autographs, relics and autographed relics.
2005 Bowman Chrome 1/1 Superfractor tops the list of recent Troy Tulowitzki sales on eBay. The BGS slabbed 1/1 sold for an impressive $3,600. Tulowitzki’s two most hottest cards are his 2005 Bowman Chrome RC and his 2005 Topps Rookie Cup auto, each of which are available in a variety of parallels.
Mike Trout, Bryce Brentz, Anthony Rizzo and Brett Jackson highlight our baseball card geared look at 11 minor league prospects that have gotten off to a hot start during the first few weeks of the 2011 MiLB season.
Sandy Koufax, Derek Jeter, Babe Ruth, Albert Pujols and Stan Musial dominate first week single card sales from 2011 Topps Tribute Baseball. Koufax accounted for a total of 19 of the top 50 sales.
Jason Heyward, Roy Halladay, Ryan Howard, Hanley Ramirez, Mike Stanton and the best baseball cards from the Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Phillies, Washington Nationals, Florida Marlins and New York Mets.
Our Great American Baseball Card Tour continues as we look at the top 20 cards from each member of the American League West. The AL West wraps up our American League portion of tour, as next week we will venture in the National League, beginning with the NL Central.
Heritage is an excellent product that delivers a mystery pack’s worth of immagination and intrigue. If it’s a vintage baseball card experience you seek, Heritage is worth a peak, as you will no doubt appreciate the authentic baseball card experience it offers.
Tour Stop #2: American League East Welcome to stop #2 on our massive 30 team, 600 card tour of the best veteran and prospect baseball cards on the planet. Our tour began with a look at the premier cards from each member of the American League Central. Our next stop takes us to the best [...]
Back for a second season is our massive baseball card tour of all 30 teams in Major League Baseball! This year, we expand from 300 to 600 cards by breaking down the top 10 veteran and top 10 prospect cards for every team. The American League Central is our first stop on the 2011 tour!
While jerseys get all the credit in the sports world of today, it’s the baseball cap that is baseball’s most popular and identifiable article of sports wear. Below is a look at one man’s opinion of each Major League Baseball hat.
If there was a such thing as an “inverse parallel” set, Topps Opening Day would be just that. This is one product that I’ve never much cared for or understood. It’s essentially base Topps, only the cards lack foil, have flimsy stock, lack value and it releases prior to its namesake.
Ian Kinsler, Pablo Sandoval, Justin Upton highlight our baseball card geared look at a handful of baseball stars prepared to bounceback big during the 2011 MLB season.