Carl Hubbell, king of the screwball, drove batters crazy with his signature pitch and developed a Hall of Fame résumé with the New York Giants that made him arguably the best pitcher of the 1930s. This collection of his top baseball cards features appearances from nearly every key set from the decade he dominated baseball.
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Dizzy Dean loved to tell everyone what a great pitcher he was and he had the skills to back it up for the St. Louis Cardinals, becoming the last National League pitcher to win 30 games in a season. This top list collects his best baseball cards to match his amazing pitching ability, strike for strike.
Along with being one of the best hitters baseball has ever seen, Lou Gehrig is also the subject of many of the most valuable baseball cards in the hobby. This top list brings together some of Gehrig’s top trading cards from his Hall of Fame playing days and beyond.
Joe Morgan was a terrific all-around player and his talent on the field led him to the Hall of Fame and made him very popular with baseball card collectors. This list highlights ten great cards of the former Big Red Machine All-Star that should be in your collection.
Mickey Cochrane became the first catcher elected to the Hall of Fame by the Writer’s Association and his legacy was so great that Mickey Mantle was named after him. This top list of his best baseball cards attempts to replicate the greatness of Cochrane’s legendary career that included time with the Philadelphia A’s and Detroit Tigers.
1956 saw Topps become the unquestioned leader in the hobby and also marked the return of Mickey Mantle and Roy Campanella to Topps cards. This top list examines the ten of the best 1956 baseball cards produced and also dives into the state of baseball cards during the year.
Monte Irvin is a baseball legend in both the Negro Leagues and MLB. This guide includes a well-built collection of his rookie cards, vintage cards, more modern releases and autograph cards that encompass his entire Hall of Fame career
Sparky Anderson split his time as a Hall of Fame manager between the Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tigers, winning a World Series title with both. There are many options for collectors looking to add cards from his playing or coaching career and we highlight ten of the best.
Wade Boggs was one of the best pure hitters of his generation and had impressive stints with both the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox. Join us as we look at ten of the best Wade Boggs baseball cards to add to your collection.
Ryne Sandberg spent nearly his entire career with the Chicago Cubs, becoming one of the most iconic players in the long history of the franchise and one of the most important players in the baseball card hobby. While there are plenty of choices available, we highlight ten great Ryne Sandberg cards to add to any collection.
Chicago Cubs center fielder Hack Wilson was among the most feared power hitters during the 1920s, becoming one of the first players to cross the 200-home run mark. This top ten list looks at some of the best cards for the Hall of Fame slugger.
Luke Appling rewrote the defensive record book among shortstops during his two decades dominating the infield for the Chicago White Sox. This top list features a thorough examination of the best cardboard appearances throughout his career.
Pedro Martinez spent the majority of his Hall of Fame career as one of the most dominating pitchers in modern baseball. Over the course of his 18 seasons, he became an extremely popular player with collectors. We highlight ten top Pedro Martinez cards that make a great collecting addition.
Early Wynn was one of those Hall of Fame pitchers who got better with age, even winning a Cy Young Award at 39. Wynn’s baseball cards have aged just as well and this top list features the key cardboard appearances throughout his career with the Washington Senators, Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox.
As the ace of the legendary Philadelphia Athletics teams of the late 1920s and 1930s, Lefty Grove established himself as the top left-handed pitcher of his day. This list highlights ten of the very best Lefty Grove baseball card appearances.
Paul Molitor spent the better part of two decades amassing 3,000 hits and a career batting average over .300 while building a reputation as one of the best postseason hitters of his generation. This list looks at 10 of the best baseball cards from this former Brewers and Twins Hall of Famer.
Brooks Robinson’s amazing defensive skills and respected leadership propelled the Baltimore Orioles to their first two World Series titles and earned his spot in the Hall of Fame. Check out ten of the best baseball cards from throughout his career in our detailed guide.
Pete Rose has more than 1,000 baseball cards honoring his amazing playing career. That can be a little intimidating for collectors and this top list of his best trading cards offers a great starting point for building a collection.