The folks behind 2010 Prestigous Lineage Football return with a product that could redefine the modern era of trading cards as we know it. With their latest Prestigous offering, Lineage tackles the world of high-end baseball cards, packing 15 cases worth of Triple Threads into a single master tin.
Sports card and memorabilia editorials.
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.
Recently Blake Griffin’s basketball cards saw a 200%-400% boost in value due to an injury that cost 2009′s top pick his entire rookie season. The search for the hobby’s next Griffin may very well be hidden in the same draft, that being the #5 overall pick Ricky Rubio, who has yet to play an NBA game, but soon could capture the imaginations of collectors everywhere with his Pistol Pete skill set.
In the decade of sports card excess, there was no book value, only comedic value.
Sam Bradford, Tim Tebow, LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Jason Heyward, Cliff Lee, Wayne Gretzky highlight our fictional multi-sport trading card offering 2010 Exquisite Collection Platinum.
Weekly sports card column that exposes shady and unsavory characters from the world of eBay! This week’s eBay idiot is a slick salesman who uses his mastery of catchy words to turn Prestige into Exquisite.
Cardboard Connection’s “Best of 2010″ features some of the site’s most popular articles from the year that was. 2010 Topps Sideline (fictional product preview) was originally published on July 10th, 2010. 2010 Topps Sideline is a fictional product that captures the Coaches who have shaped the game of “modern gladiators”.
Proof that not all World Baseball Classic cards are worthless, Carl escapes the Tampa humidity, a Buenos Aires big man breaks out, the new “Round Mound of Rebound”, Jim Starks, Ivory’s Gridiron Gear Redemption, Couture’s Cup and the biggest breakout cards from the week that was!
Card companies need to make a commitment to product release dates and understand that the card company itself isn’t the only one effected by poor planning. Both collectors and hobby shops pay the price for a problem only the card companies themselves can commit to solving.
Weekly sports card column that exposes shady and unsavory characters from the world of eBay! This week features an idiot of Epix proportions who takes it upon himself to improve the patch quality of football cards.
Weekly sports card column that exposes shady and unsavory characters from the world of eBay! This week’s idiot tries to get 5-6 times the going rate on a “mint” condition Demaryius Thomas redemption.
The best and worst team nicknames from the NBA, NFL, NHL, and MLB. From great names like the Steelers to terrible names like Thunder, American Sports is filled with nicknames that connect a city to it’s team or connect a city to weather or some sort of cat.
My dream Joe Mauer card, a 1/1 Jason Heyward Printing Plate Auto, a Ruth Rookie, and other cards I can only afford in imagination land.
The Top 100 MLB Prospects Wieghed Heavily on Upside and Hobby Potential. This should help make more sense of last years 09′ Bowman Chrome, 09′ Donruss Elite, 10′ Topps Pro Debut, and the upcoming 10′ Bowman.
The rookie card is the holy grail of sports cards. Autographed bats, balls, helmets, jerseys, pucks, and pictures all take a back seat to these kings of cardboard. A rookie card represents the first chapter in a story. It could be the story of greatness like Peyton Manning, or the story of absolute failure like Ryan Leaf. The [...]
On December 23rd, 2012 the world “could” come to an end. Scientifically, the planets are actually supposed to align, just not for collectors. If the world ended a month later, we could get one last round of SP Authentic and Contenders in! The following is a list of things I want to see happen in [...]
There’s nothing quite like going to a Single A baseball game. The price is right, the food is cheap, and the players use the same restrooms as you do. Throw in your pooches, your seven year old daughter, a couple cheap doggie treats from Wally World, and PRESTO – you got one hell of a [...]
If the last part of this decade in sports cards can be defined by a single trend, it’s sports leagues signing exclusive deals with trading card manufacturers. The NHL was first, deciding to go solely with Upper Deck coming out of its 2004-05 lockout season. A more surprising announcement came this January when the NBA followed suit. [...]