Are you a “Pristine” baseball card mind? Take our latest trading card quiz and find out! Each question of the quiz will ask you to guess the final eBay sale price of ten different cards from the 2010 baseball card season.
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Stephen Strasburg, Bryce Harper, Miguel Sano and Gary Sanchez highlight the top 25 recent eBay singles sales of cards from 2010 Bowman Chrome. The list includes chrome cards that appeared in this past summer’s Bowman Baseball in addition to the recently released 2010 Bowman Chrome.
Jason Heyward, Buster Posey, Stephen Strasburg highlight Topps’ 52nd Annual Major League Rookie All-Star Team. Each player named to the team will receive a “rookie cup” on their 2011 Topps cards, starting with February’s 2011 Topps Series 1.
Get prepared for your 2010 Bowman Chrome case break with our cheat sheet! We rank each MLB team 1-30 based on the quantity and quality of cards present in the product. Led by Miguel Sano, Kyle Gibson and Max Kepler, the Twins top our case break rankings.
Maximilian Kepler-Roztcki’s 2010 Bowman Chrome birth date error serves as a perfect example of how age is everything when it comes to prospect cards. The difference between 17 and 27 is as big as it gets.
J-Hey’s 2007 Bowman Sterling Auto, Buster Posey’s 2008 Bowman Chrome Auto and a pair of 2010 Bowman Chrome Autos from Strasburg and Starlin highlight our first and second All-Rookie Card Teams from the 2010 baseball season!
2010 Bowman Chrome Baseball is proof positive that prospector’s paradise does indeed exist. Part II in this year’s Bowman trilogy delivers one of the most intriguing prospect auto checklists in the product’s storied history.
Best baseball cards from each member of the 2010 World Series Champions San Francisco Giants! From Tim Lincecum’s 2007 Bowman Chrome Auto to Buster Posey’s 2008 Bowman Chrome Auto, we put together the ultimate team set!
Bolstered by one of the best rookie classes of all-time, Update captures the magic that was the 2010 MLB Season and offers collectors an excellent conclusion to the 2010 Topps Baseball Trilogy.
Learn the Refractology of 2010 Topps Chrome Baseball. Pictures, info, and numbering for every base card refractor, rookie autograph refractor, and T-206 & National Chicle insert refractors!
An amazing Rookie Class and slightly improved card design combine to make 2010 Topps Chrome a substantial upgrade over last seasons. 2010 Topps Chrome is an excellent product that delivers 2 Autographs and a handful of refractors and numbered inserts per $60-$80 box.
Simply put, the best Elite Extra Edition of all-time and one of the most polished prospecting products in recent memory. Each $80-$100 hobby box delivers 6+ autographs and several low numbered die-cuts.
2010 Topps Pro Debut Series 2 is a medicore prospect product that lacks the electricity of products like 2010 Donruss Elite Extra Edition. Series 2 lacks direction and the novelty has worn off since Series 1 released this past summer.
The latest edition of the High Hobby Upside Minor League Player’s club focuses on some of the more intriguing names to grace the 2010 Donruss Elite Extra Edition checklist. Jonathan Singleton, Manny Machado, Zack Cox, Dee Gordon, Jameson Taillon among prospect auto’s of intrigue.
A slugger lends his story of resurrection to an organization, an ex-Yankees farm hand proves to be more than a paper prospect, a west coast Ace overcomes the leagues worst offense, one of the game’s best Managers finally finishes first, an old school slugger emerges and takes the divison and MVP away from the Machine, a 20-year old slugger breaths new life into a legendary manager during his final season, an old school work horse outlasts a crop of young hurlers, and one of the game’s best managers topples the Cardinals.
9/27/10 Sports Illustrated cover features Minnesota Twins slugger Jim Thome swinging for the fences at Target Field. Cover features one of the best pictures to ever grace the nearly 60-year old magazine’s cover and pays homage to SI’s first issue.
The sports cards of 2010 have taken for granted things like player stats, photography, and organization. We look at five easy fixes that would drastically improve the future of baseball, basketball, football, and hockey cards.
Baseball card gallery featuring fictional ex-major league baseball Closer Kenny Powers from the HBO comedy “Eastbound & Down”.