Joe Torre is considered baseball royalty to fans and collectors of the New York Yankees and this top list will help those not familiar with Torre’s baseball card history figure out the best options to add to their Hall of Fame collections.
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A first-ballot Hall of Fame player for the Kansas City Royals, George Brett was a baseball giant during the 1970s and 1980s. Still revered by fans and collectors alike, check out ten of the best George Brett cards in our detailed guide.
Jacob deGrom, the 2014 National League Rookie of the Year, is one of several promising arms on the New York Mets. Get a detailed look at all of his rookie cards as well as key minor league, prospect cards and more.
Lefty Gomez dominated from the mound in the 1930s for the New York Yankees, winning the pitching triple crown twice over his career. His baseball cards frequently dominate the auction block as well and this top list brings together his most valuable and noteworthy cards.
Rogers Hornsby enjoyed a Hall of Fame career that was largely spent with the St. Louis Cardinals. Covering much of his cardboard legacy, check out our list of the top Rogers Hornsby baseball cards.
Al Simmons combined a high average with the ability to hit for power on his way to becoming a top hitter during the 1920s and 1930s. His cardboard appearances are just a powerful and this top 10 list is a hybrid of his most valuable and popular cards.
It’s a rare feat when a player has more World Series championships than cards on a top list, but Bill Dickey presents collectors with a unique option. This list pieces together his best appearances on cardboard during his remarkable playing and coaching career with the New York Yankees.
Known by many as Mr. Tiger, Al Kaline spent his entire Hall of Fame career with the Detroit Tigers. Check out his top MLB cards in our detailed guide.
The Los Angeles Dodgers aren’t all about high-priced free agents and pricey trade acquisitions. Get a detailed look at Joc Pederson rookie cards, key prospect cards and more.
What were you doing at 29? Lou Boudreau was winning an MVP award and managing the Cleveland Indians to a World Series title. Like Lou’s career, this top 10 list is an amazing group of cards encompassing all phases of his Hall of Fame career.
Take a detailed look at all the 2015 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball variations. Includes a checklist and side-by-side guide for each base and the Color Swap and Action Image variations.
A defensive stud largely remembered for his time with the St. Louis Cardinals, view a detailed guide to the top Ozzie Smith cards. Spanning from his iconic 1979 Topps rookie card through his retirement, there is likely something for every collector.
Batters would often miss Hoyt Wilhelm’s famous knuckleball pitch, but the cards included on this list of Wilhelm’s best cards are can’t miss options that should be in every collection.
Bob Lemon won World Series championships 30 years apart as a pitcher and manager. This top 10 list features Lemon’s best cards that are just as unique as his HOF career with the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees.
Whitey Ford’s nickname was the “Chairman of the Board.” Let’s see if that nickname translates to his “card-board” in this list of the best Whitey Ford baseball cards.
He may not be in Cooperstown, but card collectors should not overlook Dale Murphy. A popular player on and off the field, Dale Murphy enjoyed a terrific career with the Atlanta Braves and has plenty of cardboard options to chase.
Adding more options for rainbow collectors, Topps has announced details for the exclusive 2015 Bowman Chrome Baseball Blue Refractor cards only available through their Bowman Twitter account.
Casey Stengel’s cardboard legacy stretches more than a century. This top ten list will help you navigate to his best cards.