The dawn of interactive trading cards took place nearly 20 years ago, when Donruss introduced its VXP 1.0 CD ROM collection in 1997.
We get the first in an ongoing series of the current baseball card market through The Pit’s 25 most valuable cards and a total market index.
Collector Zack Hample will benefit but his favorite charity is getting a big boost from the 3,000 hit ball Alex Rodriguez belted for a homer last month.
A Red Sox fan and sports collector caught the ball hit by Alex Rodriguez for his 660th home run. He’s mulling his options.
Rich Klein goes back to the crazy days of the Billy Ripken error and the arrival of a hot prospect who found himself in hot water years later.
Sports card and autograph dealers discuss the impact of the PED scandal on business.
A 12-year-old and his dad didn’t hold a record-breaking baseball hostage from Alex Rodriguez. An unselfish move or will they regret not cashing in?
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.
The draft will happen but will those photo shoot jersey swatches and autographs of players who can’t play be enough to carry sales of football cards in 2011?
Topps National Chicle short print list includes a Hall of Fame and rookie card roll call.
More one-of-a-kind game used memorabilia will hit the marketplace as MLB takes aim at cancer.
The answer to the question of how many New York Yankees cards in 2010 Topps have cream-filled variations.
Bidders showed no hesitation in chasing the ball that put ARod in a club with less than two dozen members.
For many serious baseball card collectors, the mid-1980s marked the beginning of the end for worthwhile collecting. With interest in the hobby increasing, card companies began churning out sets in never before seen quantities, flooding the market with cards that today are barely worth the paper they’re printed on. Yet there are still a few […]