Immerse yourself in the history of Topps Baseball card backs with our visual guide. Includes images of card backs from every flagship Topps Baseball set from 1951 to 2011.
Another day, another Upper Deck legal case. The card manufacturer has been ordered to pay nearly $4 million to Aniplex, Incorporated, an anime company, for a business deal gone bad.
2012 Leaf Oval Office Cut Signature promises a Presidential autograph in every pack. Not for the faint of heart, the checklist includes cut signatures from every man elected to lead the country.
Find out how you can get free PSA grading and authentication of your 2011 Bowman Draft AFLAC Autographs.
In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko looks at how Upper Deck mistakenly filed a list of potential witnesses in their case versus Blowout Cards. He also looks at a timeline of how long the case may take.
One could definitely make a case for 2001 Topps Traded Chrome and 2001 Topps Traded Baseball being the strongest Topps Traded / Update series sets ever released by Topps thanks to a checklist that includes rookie cards of Albert Pujols, Ichiro, Jose Reyes, and Justin Morneau.
Largely overlooked, the 2011 Topps Football Breast Cancer Awareness set has one of the most elusive Cam Newton cards to date. We’ve got details and a gallery of highlights from the set.
Justin Verlander and Matt Kemp autographs highlight the deep 2005 Bowman Chrome Baseball rookie checklist. The set also introduced the hobby to Bowman Chrome Superfractors, which have become the top rookie one-of-one cards.
Although not the greatest checklist in the history of the brand, 2004 Bowman Chrome Baseball still boasts the highly desirable autographed Felix Hernandez rookie card. The release also has the refractors parallels collectors expect.
Although not quite the blockbuster as the two previous years, 2003 Bowman Chrome Baseball is still another strong option for rookie card collectors. Key cards include autographs of Hanley Ramirez, Brian McCann and Kevin Youkilis.
The 2011 Topps All-Star Rookie Team has been announced. Who will have the iconic rookie cup trophy on the front of their 2012 Topps Baseball card?
ThunderCats, hooo! Bandai is bringing the revamped 80s classic to cardboard with a refreshingly simple release that includes 60 base cards and 12 Holographic Foil cards.
The Rose-isms inscribed autographs from 2011 Leaf Pete Rose Legacy Baseball offer some of the most unique signature cards the hobby has ever seen. Check out our card gallery and get full details on the inserts.
With a new trademark filing, it appears Panini is gearing up to bring back the Pacific name to the hobby.
Just when you thought Upper Deck vs. Upper Deck International couldn’t get any more bizarre, it has. The wife of UDI CEO Nico Blauw has been brought into the fight.
For the first time, Ken Griffey Jr., will have his first MLB-licensed autograph cards from someone other than Upper Deck. Topps has announced they have signed the hobby favorite.
2001 Topps Baseball features a 790-card base set that is highlighted by rookie cards of Ichiro, Jake Peavy, and Travis Hafner.
A stellar rookie crop led by autographs of Joe Mauer and David Wright make 2002 Bowman Chrome Baseball another desirable set. Refractors, X-fractors and Gold Refractors further fuel the chase.