In a decade that saw the cardboard debuts of Jackie Robinson and Stan Musial, these 6 underrated 1940s baseball rookie cards deserve some love.
Baseball cards never made more news than they did in the 1980s and it was the growth of those recognizable rookie cards that drove it.
Prospectors already know them but with the opening round in the books, we can take a look at the baseball cards of the top 10 picks in the 2014 MLB draft.
1977 Mark Fidrych rookie cards didn’t portend a Hall of Fame career, but fans who remember the era need no explanation.
A graphic shows which of the most popular 1960s baseball rookie cards are hardest to find in a PSA 9 holder.
It was card shop owner vs. kid in 1990, when a fill-in clerk sold one of the best cards in the shop for 12 bucks.
From 1930s sluggers to overlooked Astros, we’ve got a list of ten Rodney Dangerfields for you.