Celebrating Rod Carew’s 70th With Seven Fun Cards

He turned 70 on Thursday and we’re recalling his incredible seven batting titles with seven great baseball cards from the career of Rod Carew.

Ramblings: Willie, Choo Choo and Horace Among 1966 Topps ‘Stars’

Rich Klein tells the tale of some of those damnably difficult 1966 Topps high number cards.

Ramblings: “Other Guy” on the Seaver Rookie Card Has Place in History

Rich Klein opines on the challenging 1967 Topps high numbers, including the Tom Seaver rookie card–or should we say the ‘Seaver-Denehy rookie card’?

Chicago Crowd Makes Dealers Happy

If you’re a collector who loves the hobby so much you occasionally have dreams about it, chances are the sheer volume and variety of vintage baseball cards for sale at the annual National Sports Collectors Convention surpasses anything your subconscious mind can work up.   From prominent dealers who have been to hundreds of shows over […]

1967 Topps Baseball High Numbers Keep Collectors Hunting

You may have run a marathon. Swam with sharks. Climbed Mt. Everest.. You have not been challenged, though, until you’ve chased high grade 1967 Topps high numbers.