Connor and Jack are well and good but the hottest Dylan Larkin rookie cards are moving the meter in an NHL season already filled with impact youngsters.
Which Babe Ruth cards are attracting the most attention on eBay right now? Find out and learn a little about the Babe’s career timeline.
2015 Topps Strata Baseball uses uniform swatches tagged with the MLB Authentic hologram, enabling collectors to know when the item was worn in a game.
Last summer’s draftees will be the focus of 2016 Topps Pro Debut Baseball, due for a May release.
With 3,000 hits on the horizon, meet a big time fan and super collector of Ichiro baseball cards.
Back for a final year, Topps Triple Threads NFL offers a familiar mix. Rich Klein breaks open a master box.
10 great sets that provide plenty of bang for your vintage sports card dollar.
Rich rips a box of Topps’ latest buyback effort–with one signed card inside.
Packed with seven autographs per box, the 2015 Panini USA Baseball set includes a bunch of 2015 draftees–and some high school age National Team members.
From Newk to Hoot, a rundown of the top 1950s baseball rookie cards.
The 1950 Bowman football set features great artwork of long ago stars and is among the least taxing older football sets to complete.
Topps brought back the 1990s ‘Tek’ line last year in baseball. A football version was released this month. Rich Klein rips a box and offers some thoughts.
Short on depth but strong on star power, the 1909 E95 Philadelphia Caramel set is an underrated set that might just be within reach.
Soaring prices for the 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle, Michael Jordan rookie and others beg the question of which cards could see dramatic price increases in the coming months.
The Packers were again defending champs but the 1968 Topps Football set showcased players from both the NFL and AFL.
Panini will push out 2016 Donruss Baseball next year with a tip of the cap to 1982.
Offering a pair of autographs and the usual unique photography on borderless cards, 2016 Topps Stadium Club Baseball will arrive in the middle of the season.
High-grade examples remain a challenge but its status as the first card in Topps’ first set that makes the 1952 Topps Andy Pafko worth owning.
The Vintage Set Break returns with a low-cost option on a set that includes a couple of Hall of Fame rookies.