Enter the dragon! 2016 Imports Dragon MLB Baseball kicks off the debut edition with 40 figures, including current stars like Kris Bryant, Carlos Correa and David Ortiz in addition to retired greats.
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Steve Carlton was the first pitcher to win four Cy Young Awards and his 1972 season gave fans an all-time great performance. This top list brings together his best baseball cards from his 24-year career.
Keep track of all the 2016 Topps Opening Day Baseball Variations in one place using our detailed guide. Includes full checklist, side-by-side comparisons with the base cards and much more.
Extremely Rare NM-MT PSA Graded 1957 Topps Baseball Card Set Hits eBay; One of the Highest Graded ’57 Sets Ever Assembled
1957 Topps Baseball card checklist, detailed set analysis, key cards, shopping guide & more. It is one of the most sought after post-war vintage baseball card sets thanks to the inclusion of rookie cards of Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Don Drysdale, Bill Mazeroski, Jim Bunning, and Whitey Herzog. 1957 Topps also features a rock solid lineup of Hall of Famers, including Sandy Koufax, Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Roberto Clemente and many more.
With the hundreds of options out there, what are the top 10 most iconic Mickey Mantle baseball cards?
Bob Feller’s amazing right arm did what LeBron James and Johnny Manziel have not — brought a championship to Cleveland! This top list brings together the best cards of the “Heater from Van Meter,” one of baseball’s greatest pitchers and a Hall of Fame legend for the Cleveland Indians.
Building on the nostalgia, the modern trend of variations continues in 2016 Topps Heritage Baseball. Spot all the differences using our detailed guide.
After overcoming a mining accident and a slow start to his major league career, Red Ruffing became the ace of the New York Yankees staff and helped them win six World Series titles. This top list includes Ruffing’s best trading card appearances which drop in some of the hobby’s most iconic sets from the 1930s and 1940s.
Along with being a consistent hitter and great defensive second baseman, Red Schoendienst has spent more than 70 years in the majors as a player, manager, or coach. This top list of his best baseball cards encompasses both his playing & managing careers largely spent with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Eddie Collins is considered to be the best contact-hitting second baseman ever and also baseball’s first base-stealing king. This top list chronicles some of the key Eddie Collins trading cards, including appearances in legendary tobacco card sets from the early 20th century.
Get a complete look at the 2016 Donruss Baseball variations with this helpful guide. Includes full checklist, gallery and guide to each of the options.
Beginning his Hall of Fame career as an All-Star shortstop, Leo Durocher’s passion for winning also made him one of the greatest managers in the history of baseball. This top list compiles Leo The Lip’s best cards from over 40 years of trading card appearances.
Pee Wee Reese’s leadership as a player helped the Brooklyn Dodgers capture seven National League pennants in his Hall of Fame career and one World Series title. This list of Reese’s top baseball cards includes some of the most iconic cards ever produced.
In addition to being the first Hall of Fame-caliber pitcher from Canada, Fergie Jenkins is a legendary figure in the history of the Chicago Cubs. This top list collects the best baseball cards from Jenkins’ amazing career and beyond.
A defensive genius who always seemed to come through in the clutch, Roy Campanella led the Brooklyn Dodgers and the “Boys of Summer” to their first World Series title ever. This top list includes his best cards which document the career of a true baseball legend.
Variations are back again for 2016 Topps Series 1 Baseball. View the full checklist and a guide on how to spot the differences.
Jimmie Foxx had only one peer when it came to hitting home runs in the 1930s and his overall offensive consistency was unparalleled. We investigate the key options for one of the greatest hitters in baseball history with the top Jimmie Foxx cards.
Mel Ott might be the least-known member of the 500 home run club, but his career stats show that he was one of the greatest and most feared National League hitters ever. This top list features Ott’s best baseball card appearances and includes trading cards nearly as great as he was.