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2013 Topps Finest Baseball Marks Product’s 20th Anniversary

2013 Topps Finest Baseball marks 20 years since the product’s debut but Chris Harris says the upcoming issue looks more 21st century than 20th.

The Chase is (Still) On: A Look at 2013 Topps Series Two

Ted Williams returns to the fold as 2013 Topps Baseball Series II continues its chase theme. Chris Harris offers the lowdown.

2013 Topps Archives Preview

2013 Topps Archives will offer a hybrid mix of old sports card designs, some blasts from the past on autograph cards–and Chris Harris hopes– no super short prints.

2013 Topps Heritage Baseball Preview

The preview of 2013 Topps Heritage Baseball is out but the gimmicks are starting to get in the way of the ode to the originals according to Chris Harris.

The 5 Worst Baseball Card Sets of the 1990s

In the last of a 5-part series on the card sets of the 90s, Chris Harris offers his choices for the most forgettable issues thrust upon the hobby.

Top 5 Alternative 1990s Rookie Cards

In the third of a series looking back at the 1990s, Chris Harris zeroes in on some rookie cards of future Hall of Famers that sometimes get overlooked.

Five Underrated Baseball Card Products of the 1990s

Not everything in the 1990s was overproduced and some of it was groundbreaking. Chris Harris has five of the most underrated products that are getting on in years now.

2012 Topps Platinum Football Preview

About the time the NFL regular season arrives, so will 2012 Bowman Platinum football cards, with rookie autographs and a boatload of parallels. Chris Harris is breaking it all down for us.

2012 Topps Archives Baseball Information and Checklist

After a photo tease last week, Topps has released information about its upcoming resurrection of the Archives set. Chris Harris has the lowdown.

Panini Hustles Out Prizm Baseball Set with 2012 Date

Panini will ride the Prizm horse into baseball with a “2012” release coming in about two months.

2013 Bowman Chrome to Return with Bonus Autographs for Some

With fingers crossed that this year’s prospects are better than advertised, Topps reveals info on 2013 Bowman Chrome Baseball, due out later this year.

2013 Topps Chrome Baseball to Return with Familiar Formula

Die-Cuts, Red Hot Rookies, and more 1972 Topps designs will join the usual elements in 2013 Topps Chrome Baseball, set for release in late summer.

2013 Bowman Platinum Will Return in July

No Stephen Strasburg or Bryce Harper to await, but it’s full steam ahead for 2013 Bowman Platinum, which remains a relative newcomer.

Upper Deck, Hobby React to Death of Richard McWilliam

Social media and blogs were reacting to the death of Upper Deck co-founder Richard McWilliam.

Topps Five Star Baseball 2012 Packs Pricey Punch

Topps promises some spectacular autographed cards inside its 2012 Five Star Baseball brand but packs will set you back a pretty penny. Topps tweets out some of the big hits.

2013 Bowman Baseball Sneak Peek

It’s still six months from release but Topps has provided a glimpse of what collectors will see when 2013 Bowman Baseball hits store shelves.

2013 Topps Museum Collection Will Include Japanese Production Run

Back for its second year, 2013 Topps Museum Collection will again be a high-end release, but this time Japanese collectors will get their own production run.

Bat Barrels, Books, Buttons Coming to 2013 Topps Gypsy Queen

It was the surprise hit of 2011. Now headed for a third year, what can we expect out of 2013 Topps Gypsy Queen? We’ve got a preview, early checklist and preview images.

2012 Topps Five Star Football Preview and Checklist

by Chris Harris Football card collectors, it’s that time again.  Time to smash up your piggy banks, cash in those Savings Bonds, sell the spare kidney, and call up your “connection” with the Colombian cartel – the sell sheets for 2012 Topps Five Star Football are out, and you’re going to need some big bucks […]

The Five Biggest Rookie Card Flops of the 1990s

Living up to the hype was an impossible task for five 1990s newcomers who were once the hobby’s hottest rookie cards.