One of the most distinct insert sets of the year, here is everything you need to know about the 2012 Topps Tier One Baseball Bat Knob cards. Includes an ongoing list of confirmed pulls, buying guide, images, sales and a full checklist.
We count down baseball’s 10 best rookie cards from the 1980s. Includes analysis, images and links to purchase.
Learn how you can play with your cards with our in-depth guide to Topps ATTAX. Includes rules on how to play, customizations, video tutorial and downloadable materials for several sports.
If you had $100 to invest in official baseball rookie cards of current players, which ones would you choose? Take the $100 Rookie Card Challenge and find out if you can see a profit on your investment.
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.
Rookie card collecting used to be easy in the hobby. Hockey, football and basketball remain that way, but baseball has become a mess. The definition of baseball rookie cards needs to be addressed and we have some practical solutions to make it happen.
The AFLAC auto is among the most confusing purchases a collector will ever encounter, especially if the AFLAC auto was seeded in a pre-2009 Bowman product. I’ts important to do your homework before purchasing any AFLAC autograph, we give you some of the keys to making a safe purchase.
Learn the Refractology of 2010 Topps Chrome Baseball. Pictures, info, and numbering for every base card refractor, rookie autograph refractor, and T-206 & National Chicle insert refractors!
From Current Stars like Albert Pujols and Joe Mauer, to 2010 Rookies like Jason Heyward and Buster Posey, to Top Prospects like Mike Trout, we countdown our Top 50 Bowman Chrome Auto’s of All-Time.
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”.
We commemorate “The Kid” with 22 baseball cards spanning 22 years.
If your visiting this page, rest assured, I know that it was by error and that you have little to no interest in those stupid code cards in 2010 Topps Baseball. They are the same thing as the “Topps Attax” fillers, aren’t they? I’m actually running a recycling program for the “Million Card Giveaways”, all you […]
The 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle is widely considered the greatest card of the Modern Era. The Wall Street Journal even did a story on how it is one of the safest investments in the world. I like to explain buying a Mickey Mantle card this way; the only foreseeable way you’ll lose money is if Mantle […]