Here are a handful of funny trading cards your mom would throw out if she you had them. Sex, drugs and cussing – these cards cover all the bases, even if by accident.
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In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko breaks down the legal issues involved in the University of Wisconsin’s attempts to stop an eBay dealer from selling 2010 Bowman Draft Russell Wilson baseball cards.
The 2011 Topps Tier One patch cards are some of the most attractive memorabilia cards ever produced. Check out our gallery of some of the highlights.
Our 2012 MLB free agent tracker will keep you updated on all the major signings and offer insight on how it will impact players’ baseball card and memorabilia values.
As men around the world grow Movember mustaches this month to raise money and awareness for prostate cancer, we look at some classic styles immortalized on baseball cards.
Boasting two on-card signatures per pack, several 2011 Topps Tier One autographs are seeing lots of action online and high bids. We’ve got highlights and a gallery of retired fan favorites and Hall of Famers.
The first Ichiro Suzuki autographed baseball cards in seven years are bringing in big bucks, despite not being licensed by either MLB or the MLBPA.
Topps’ response against Leaf’s counterclaims had all the expected denials. However, the case is raising bigger questions about trading cards possibly entering the public domain.
Get the complete list of short prints for 2011 Leaf Valiant Draft Baseball.
Rookie card collecting used to be easy in the hobby. Hockey, football and basketball remain that way, but baseball has become a mess. The definition of baseball rookie cards needs to be addressed and we have some practical solutions to make it happen.
Several key memorabilia pieces from the 2011 World Series are headed to the Hall of Fame. Items include the shredded remains of David Freese’s Game 6 jersey and a pair of cleats worn by Albert Pujols in Game 3.
Within minutes of the World Series ending, companies were already releasing Cardinals-themed collectibles and memorabilia. Check out some of the highlights.
A 1916 Sporting News Babe Ruth rookie card highlighted sales in Memory Lane Inc’s “I Own it Now” event. Check out some of the prices realized for several classic cards and high-end pieces of sports memorabilia.
Topps has added 40 one-of-one diamond-embedded cards to the 2011 Topps Baseball Diamond Giveaway. Mike Trout, Dustin Ackley and Eric Hosmer are among the last-second additions.
The infamous 1986 World Series ball booted by Bill Buckner failed to sell on the event’s 25th anniversary. The seller had been asking for a million dollars.
It’s not a bird that’s inspiring the St. Louis Cardinals during their World Series run. Instead, it’s a squirrel. Savvy entrepreneurs are cashing in, churning out thousands of different pieces of Rally Squirrel memorabilia.
Busy busting 2011 Bowman Chrome Baseball and wondering what you’ve pulled? Let Bryce Harper and friends take you through this visual guide.
Meet Dennis Schrader, the official world record holder for the biggest collection of autographed baseballs. His collection of more than 4,000 signed balls has been officially recognized by Guinness.