ABC is offering its own sports memorabilia shop reality show this spring with “Ball Boys’, shot at Robbie’s 1st Base in Baltimore.
Some Tim Tebow autographed cards have been hustled into 2012 Topps Supreme football–and the company is using his comeback games for another news series of signed cards in another upcoming product.
No labor contract? No problem for Upper Deck, which has become the basketball card torchbearer this season, even without an NBA license. Pack-busting Juan Martinez evaluates the contents of a newly purchased box.
A box break of 2011 Topps Platinum football reveals what’s inside one of Topps’ latest football card products.
If you’ve got the cash, Topps is working on the cadillac brand of its football card line, 2011 Five Star.
The producers of Pawn Stars are creating a new show around sports memorabilia, set inside a Baltimore shop. They’re looking for people to bring in items they’re interested in selling to be part of the series.
Football is back and so is Triple Threads. We’ve not preview images and more.
Breaking a hobby box of 2011 Topps Heritage reveals more of what makes the brand such a hit with die-hard collectors, according to Rich Klein.
Pacific Trading Cards lives on through Panini’s Crowne Royale brand.
Can the rest of the content save the bummer over Strasburg’s injury in 2010 Bowman Chrome?
Members of the US National baseball teams are the subject of an upcoming set from Topps.
Topps puts a century-old twist into its latest product.
Our box buster rips the cover off a higher-end hoops product.
The Edmonton Oilers cleaned out their closets and fans walked away with the goods.
A new basketball card product hits the market as the playoffs approach. How did Panini’s latest hoops issue fare?
One of Topps’ more popular products is tossing us back to 1961.
The season’s first baseball card issue hits store shelves and our box breaker gets to work.