2010 Topps Tribute is a solid high-end baseball product that brings plenty of relics and autographs of legends, current stars, and a couple rookies names Jason Heyward and Stephen Strasburg to the checklist.
All it took was a sturdy frame, the speed of an avalanche, and a “driving passion” to make the National Football League from 1993-2000!
If you’re a fan of lacrosse, 2010 Upper Deck MLL Lacrosse is definitely a product worth looking into. At $19.99 it’s highly affordable and offers MLL fans a chance to collect their favorite players. Each box contains a full 100-card set.
2009-10 Absolute Memorabilia Basketball is a relic driven middle to high end basketball card product that showcases sharp card design, the popular RPM Rookie Card, and plenty of interesting pieces of basketball memorabilia from players past and present.
Bowman Platinum is a brand new end of the season “prospecting” product that comes in at a relitively low price point and appears to offer prospectors plenty of intriguing cards. The Six Auto Book cards, the Strasburg/Heyward Dual Relic Auto, and my personal favorite, the inclusion of Miguel Sano add up to what should be a pretty cool prospecting product.
The 2010 Topps VIP set continues a long-standing tradition of creating a 50th anniversary version of cards for National VIP’s. The 5 card set will be numbered consecutively from card #573-577 as a continuation of the original 1960 Topps set. As in the past, VIP’s will get 4 card packs as part of their VIP […]
On the heals of Panini’s successful 2010 FIFA World Cup Stickers, the sticker and trading card manufacturer gets official license for another major world sporting event.
Tips on how to build this year’s Allen and Ginter base set, mini set, and mini insert sets without breaking the bank, the “intelligent print run” theory explained, and the value of an eBay “lot”.
Topps unveils first details of a brand new football cards product. Unrivaled will bring six auto rookie book cards and other intriguing cards to the table this November
Unfortunately, 2010 Classics is as generic as it’s name. At times it’s can be appealing, but for the most part it struggles to differentiate itself from similar Panini Products, never establishing an identity.
Last night, the second chapter of 2010 Bowman Stephen Strasburg Red Auto came to a close. Last month, the rare 1/1 Strasburg Red Auto nearly hit the $1,000,000 mark on eBay, which later turned out to be fraudulent bids from people with no intent on purchasing the card. The seller then decided to take his […]
Score returns to the ice after over a decade out of the hockey card game. Panini’s version of Score Hockey pays tribute to the first ever score hockey set with it’s card design and original 1990-91 Score on-card buyback autographs. In addition, each box will have a “Hot Rookie” redemption.
The USPS recently released a commemorative Negro Leagues stamp featuring the father of the Negro Leagues Andrew “Rube” Foster.
2010 Absolute Memorabilia Football’s design has taken a few steps back since the days of Donruss but it still remains true to form, boasting fantastic multi-colored memorabilia patches and their always popular trademark Rookie Premiere Materials inserts.
With players like Ray Lewis, Darrelle Revis, Patrick Willis, and Jared Allen, it’s high time the NFL’s elite defenders got a little football card coverage. We look at 10 high quality rookie cards from some from the games greats and future greats.
Today, Topps announced the latest 3 additions to their 2010 eTopps set. This week’s releases are highlighted by Indians Rookie back-stop Carlos Santana, Cecil Fielder’s alienated son Prince, and the Yankees’ Curtis Granderson!
Before Jared Allen, another larger than life personality wearing the number 69 lined up at Defensive End for the Minnesota Vikings. In 2004, following Wrestlemania XX, current UFC Heavy Weight Champion Brock Lesnar gave pro football a shot. Ever since his wrestling days at the University of Minnesota in the late 90’s, Lesnar had dreamed […]
Tristar’s autograph opportunity schedule for the upcoming National Sports Collectors Convention in Baltimore. Joe Montana, Rod Carew, Bo Jackson, Gordie Howe, Cal Ripken, Barry Sanders, and many other hobby favorites fill out the Tristar lineup card.