Panini’s first MLBPA trading card license will come to fruition with 2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition, a product heavy on youngsters.
Major League Baseball Players and Panini have come to terms on a deal that will result in more new baseball card products.
More tidbits from around the hobby.
It had a big impact on Baltimore last year and the thousands of collectors, dealers and companies who descend on the city this week should be a boost for Chicago too.
Brian Fox, known to collectors for his artwork that adorns Topps baseball cards and World Series programs, has created a new work that will benefit the David Ortiz Children’s Fund.
One of college football’s oldest major awards ever to hit the auction block looks a bit different than what players receive today.
Martin Jacobs went from Candlestick Park vendor to the sole distributor of a red hot Willie Mays poster back in the 1960s. It’s an experience he’ll never forget…and you might be surprised at what it’s bringing these days.
Nearly every member of the Florida Marlins signed Logan Morrison’s cast. Now, it’s on the auction block to raise money for a charity close to his heart.
A group of retired NFL players is again going after the NFL Players Association, claiming they’re owed millions over the use of their image on cards, video games and other items.
Evan Kaplan is the players association’s new man in charge of licensing for many of baseball’s core categories including baseball cards.
Some of the old hockey league’s memorable players are part of a new little card set aimed at paving the way for a more permanent WHA Hall of Fame.
Autograph dealer Mounted Memories is now part of DREAMS Inc’s marketing agreement with the NBA.
Upper Deck may have lost its MLB stamp of approval, but the company is still planning a nationwide baseball card giveaway just prior to the 2010 season.
One of the country’s oldest sports collecting clubs has lost one of his founders, but his legacy is a model for the rest of us.
The Director of Business Affairs and Licensing for the Major League Baseball Players Association is leaving her post.
It’s a cooperative effort when card companies, sports card shops and the NFL Players Association host the Player of the Day.