Rich Klein with some thoughts on hobby friendships.
Panini’s first MLBPA trading card license will come to fruition with 2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition, a product heavy on youngsters.
Topps has achieved peace with honor with its often ignored Opening Day baseball product, set to return in 2012.
Kids swapping cards all day. Memorizing stats. Playing games with them.
America in the 1950s? Nope. India in 2011.
The iconic pack is still the foundation of collecting. To open or not open…that is the question.
They were once young, powerful and fast. A continent couldn’t get enough of the game they made look so easy. Collectors bought them, tracked their prices every month and stuck them away for safekeeping. Whether you see the sensations of ’86 as nostalgic or tragic, their fall has been epic.
Our box buster gets to work on the first baseball product of the new season.
The NFL may capture our interest more, but baseball is still king of the collecting market.
All but four of the 1720 available lots were snapped up by bidders as Robert Edward Auctions’ annual event came to a close with over $10 million in bids.
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 […]