The top 10 recent eBay sales of Freddie Freeman baseball cards. With Domonic Brown on the mend, the talented 21-year old Braves first baseman’s chances of capturing the 2011 NL Rookie of the Year Award are looking pretty good at the moment.
With 2010 SP Authentic Football, it’s becoming clear that Upper Deck is successfully sailing through uncharted sports card waters. SP Authentic is as close to an authentic college football experience as the card world has ever seen.
Panini announces the print run of Tim Tebow’s Rookie Ticket and Rookie Ink inscription variations from 2010 Playoff Contenders Football. For weeks, collectors wondered whether these unique Tebow’s were authentic or not, finally collectors can rest now that they are indeed authentic. They also revealed that every Rookie Ink auto carries a print run of 50 (every player in set).
In 1991, Jack Palance won the Oscar for best supporting actor for his role as “Curly” in the movie City Slickers, Jack Morris pitched his way into baseball history in Game 7 of the World Series and a new brand called Stadium Club forever changed the way we look at cards. Get out the screw cases, it’s time to rip open a box of the year 1991!
During the mid 90’s, an addictive gambling game for kids hit the hobby scene, then proceeded to run with money into the night before anyone realized what had just happened. Unfortunately, there were those who couldn’t quit the game well after the wave hit. In 2011, there is mounting evidence that a few addled addicts still lurk in the dark corners of hobby shops accross the US, Canada and Europe….
2010-11 Crown Royale Hockey’s corny regal themes and card design offer collectors a refreshing departure from the cookie cutter cards of today. After a seven year absence from the ice, Crown feels right at home in the hockey card section.
John Wall, Blake Griffin, DeMarcus Cousins, Gary Neal, Starting Blocks dual autographs, Landry Fields, Larry Johnson highlight the top 50 first week single card sales from Panini’s 2010-11 Playoff Contenders Patches Basketball.
Following yesterday’s announcement of the final six cards, we take a look at all 60 fan voted cards from Topps’ 60 Greatest Cards of All-Time countdown. We also look at a handful of cards we thought should have made the list. What cards do you think were snubbed?
2011 Sage Hit kicks-off the 2011 football card season in pre-draft fashion. Sage’s checklists features a who’s who of the upcoming 2011 NFL Draft class including powerhouse names like Blaine Gabbert, Cam Newton, Mark Ingram, A.J. Green, Julio Jones and Jake Locker. Each 30 pack box of 2011 Sage Hit delivers 6 autographed cards on average.
Pursuit returns this April for another season of baseball card prospecting. Early names on the checklist include Mike Trout, Manny Machado, Jameson Taillon and Wil Myers. Each $75 hobby box delivers 6 autographs, 5 numbered cards, 5 short prints and 2 Obak Preview cards.
2007 PBA, Battlefield Earth, Scooby Doo 2, The Blair Witch Project and other premium trading card product previews from years that are no longer with us. Plus a bonus proposition you’d be hard pressed to turn down from recovering rip-aholic and peddler of fake Pro Bowl Memorabilia, the one and only Cornelius.
Attax returns for another season of strategy based baseball card fun. 2011 Topps Attax features new card design, new packaging and a revamped and expanded game format that now includes base hits, base running, fielding and bag swiping. Attax is currently slated to release in late April of this year.
If we were talking about a product that carried a box price of around $180, this would be an excellent product. Seeing as how the actual box price is between $275-$325, Tribute simply doesn’t deliver enough bang for your buck for a high-end product.
Big Hurt and Hammerin Hank become pitchmen for Topps’ 60th Diamond Anniversary tour. The highlight of the promotional tour will be Hank’s appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman on Wednesday night.
Sharp set design, short print madness, variations and the all-new 1/1 Golden Ticket collide to make the latest incarnation of Contenders the first must break product of the 2010 football card season. If you have any interest in football cards whatsoever, this product won’t disappoint.
2011 Leaf Metal Draft is set to hit the hobby scene in late March, giving collectors a chance to grab the first autographed cards featuring Cam Newton, A.J. Green, Jake Locker and other big names from April’s 2011 NFL Draft.
Panini’s Prestige returns for another season of post-draft gridiron prospecting. The latest installment of Prestige features a sleeker card design than past years as well as several new inclusions highlighted by NFL Passport inserts and autographs. 2011 Prestige is set to release on May 11th, with each $80-$100 hobby box delivering 4 hits, 24 rookies and 23 additional inserts and parallels.
Decorated college QB signs NFL rookie record endorsement deal with Under Armour. The deal will finally make Cecil Newton a rich man, or at least the father of one. Nike and Under Armour reportedly went toe to toe for the projected top 10 pick.