Top 50 Most Watched Sports Card Auctions on eBay

Top 50 Most Watched Sports Card Auctions on eBay

Each day thousands upon thousands of sports cards are listed on eBay. With such a high volume of cards moving through the site, its really hard to keep track of the loads of truly incredible sports cards that make their way onto the number one sports card marketplace in the world. Well, at least it used to be hard.

We're excited to introduce the hobby's first real time top 50 eBay sports card auction tracker. It tracks the 50 most watched sports card singles being sold on eBay.com at any given point in time. So whether your looking for an impressive new addition to your collection, a cool card to blog about, or you just want to check out some of the crazy pulls other collectors have made, we've got you covered below.

Want to find out what the most watched auctions of your favorite player, product, or team are? Simply go to our custom eBay auction search engine, enter any keyword phrase you like, and you'll instantly be given a real-time list of the hottest eBay auctions based on your search term!

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Mike Smeth

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Mike Smeth is the CEO and Founder of The Cardboard Connection. After collecting baseball cards as a child, he took a 12-year hiatus from the hobby. One muggy summer day in 2006 he unexpectedly came across his childhood card collection while packing up for a move. He began sorting through them so he could sell them on Craigslist. Somewhere between the 3rd and 4th box, he rediscovered his passion for collecting and hasn't looked back since. You can find Mike on Google+ and Twitter @mikesmethcc.

User Comments

  1. The Fleer Retro is killing it. Bringing some my favorite, and not so favorite, inserts. I wish had the money for a box. How about a contest?

  2. I can not beleive there are not more vintage cards.80 % of auction houses live on pre 1960 cards.
    Regards
    David Slomer

  3. I currently have a Bowman Platinum Anthony Rendon Authgraphed Prospect Red Refractor redemption. Can’t seem to figure out how much it is worth. Any ideas?

  4. I have thousands of baseball cards, from 1920 and up. How do I find out how to aution these cards. Looking to hire or find some help with selling.
    Sincerely,
    Dan Peterson

  5. i have a lot of cards from 1920 and up how do i sell them

  6. Hey Mike, I love your story. I had a similar experience actually. I quit collecting when I started high school but when I moved for graduate school I stumbled across my collection and fell back in love with the hobby. Collecting certainly helped me manage the three year stress of law school. I just hope the hobby continues to grow, but the current environment doesn’t suggest as much. Your website is a great push toward progress, so thanks for your contribution!

  7. Confused as to how the #1 most watched auction does not pertain to a ‘single’ as is explicitly written: “It tracks the 50 most watched sports card singles being sold on eBay.com at any given point in time.”

  8. Mike ยป Thanks for pointing that out. The reason it showed up was that the seller used a set of keyword phrases in a manner that we had never encountered before in this context. We have right around 20 filters that we have develloped in addition to the standard ways (i.e. category based searches) which are all designed to make these and similar “Hot Lists” and “Most Watched” lists provide the most relevant, informative and actionable data as possible to very carefully curate the results.

    Since it is a realtime service, we have no choice but to make a large portion of it automated. But as our trackers have become more and more popular we’ve be constantly finetuning the process. We REALLY appreciate readers like you who make us aware of issues as it allows us to make the site better for everyone.

  9. Are you interested in buying a 1966-1993 Nolan Ryan Trading Card series which are still in the box? Pacific, Texas Express. Contains 30 cards. Authorized by Nolan Ryan. I don’t have a website set up. Please let me know if you are interested and what your offer is so I can decide if I can part with them.
    I also have a Cooperstown Collection Nolan Ryan embossed metal collector cards. Each Card is still wrapped in the plastic. The backs of the cards have pertinent information about the team he was playing on, and his stats such as when he passed the 5,000 strike out plateau and this is just one tidbit, Please let know if you are interested and what your offer will be on one or both.

  10. I have those too. I can’t believe those metal cards with all the information and dates on the back of them are not valuable. I would think they would be pretty rare especially Nolan Ryan. I am out of work on disability and am trying to sell, not buy.

  11. Thanks for your information though. Do you know of any sites I could go to to try to sell?

  12. I believe Tom Brady is the next Michael Jordan what do you think.

  13. i look at these auctions and say to myself you are all over bidding for these cards the auto cards while not common there autographs are as for the grading of cards that is great but it is an artificial increase of the real value of the cards but the market fuels the price and that market is going backwards the next generation just doesnt have the same passion for sports cards

  14. tom brady the next MJ? I want some of what your smoking.

  15. hahah those Nolan ryan pacific cards , the whole set , sucks. they aren’t worth anything. there were about a million of them and being that it was a set made to collect, and Nolan ryan which everyone loves, nobody threw them out or trashed em or anyting. everyone put em up to collect so they aerent worth bout 20 bucks.

  16. My grandfather whom was a Los Angeles Dodgers fan gave me a postcard and it has all the players on the field,including coach was for ,1963 world champion series.For the life of me I can’t find out if its worth anything? Any ideas? Thank you

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