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Ranking the desirability of the seven classes of memorabilia football cards and how the elimination of event-worn cards would do everyone in the sports card world a big favor.
National media caught off-guard by extremely well done fictional versions of Nike’s 2012 Pro Combat NFL Uniforms. Recently, the NFL announced that Reebok would be replaced by Nike as official uniform of the NFL.
Card from 2009 Upper Deck perfectly captures the rebirth of Michael Vick’s career on cardboard. Like the Brett Favre #112B and #112C, Michael Vick’s #0 short print was seeded in packs of 2009 SPx Football due to timing issues.
In a Superfractor world, the Pristine card flies under the radar of many collectors. Unlike a Superfractor, a Pristine 10 could be hiding in your collection or in a common box at a hobby shop.
2010-11 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey is arguably the best installment of UD Hockey yet. The base set photography perfectly captures the essence of the sport, the Young Guns shine as usual and the addition of the 20th Anniversary Parallels take Series 1 to a whole new level. 2010-11 Upper Deck Series 1 is the type of product that reminds you why you started collecting in the first place.
A pair of 17-year old Latin prospects take 2010 Bowman Chrome by storm, Steve Johnson is not a made up player, Bobrovsky and Skinner usher in Young Guns season in style, apparently Paul Millsap has an Exquisite Collection rookie auto that books at $25, and Seyi teaches us a thing or two about piecing together crappy rookie lots on eBay.
2010-11 Limited is a decent product if you enjoy boom or bust boxes. Each 7-card box delivers 3-hits on average and carries a price point of around $100. If you enjoy cutting straight to the hits and numbered cards, Limited is definately worth a look, I just highly recommend that you put a great deal of thought into that look before jumping for a box.
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!
2010-11 Score Hockey is a solid product for beginner collectors and kids. In terms of $1 per pack hockey products, Score is a far superior product to Upper Deck’s currently available Victory hockey. The great thing about Score is that it gives kids a chance to collect players like Taylor Hall, P.K. Subban, Jordan Eberle and other big name 2010-11 NHL Rookies.
Weekly sports card column that exposes shady and unsavory characters from the world of eBay! This week’s idiot strategically breaks down 2010 Sweet Spot Football in a manor unbecoming of an eBay seller.
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!
2010-11 Certified is a thoroughly enjoyable product from top to bottom, it usually takes until Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey to have this much fun. Certified delivers one of the best early season rookie autograph lineups in years highlighted by Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle, Paajarvi, Seguin, Skinner, Kadri and Subban!
Antonio Gates ability to the stretch the field and dominate the red zone forever changed the NFL. In the world of football cards, the Tight End has yet to see a major stretch in terms of card value.
2010-11 Artifacts Hockey is essentially the same early season hockey card offering as in season’s past, the only difference is that this year it faces off against Panini’s 2010-11 Certified Hockey, which is a better product.
Vikings 6th Round Pick and all-world athlete Joe Webb tops the list of the top football card sleepers from the 2010 NFL Rookie Class. The Vikings originally drafted the UAB Quarterback to play Wide Reciever, but as soon as he arrived at camp, the Vikings reallized that the
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.