You’ll see more of the late, great Roberto Clemente inside Topps’ 2012 products.
Leaf Trading Cards has answered a Topps lawsuit over its use of pictures depicting old Topps cards in a Leaf Best of Baseball sell sheet.
Major League Baseball Players and Panini have come to terms on a deal that will result in more new baseball card products.
60 years after he first appeared on a bubble gum card, Willie Mays has made a deal with Topps to sign autographs on 2012 baseball cards.
Historic items from the career of Ted Williams, including several of his major awards, will be offered at a live auction. Many of the items will be featured on a national tour set to begin later this month.
Rich Klein steps back into the 1980s with some names from hobby lore.
Leaf Trading Cards will have another week to reply to Topps’ lawsuit over a recent Leaf sell sheet picturing old Topps baseball cards.
There’s an ‘error card’ inside 2011 Topps Chrome.
Topps product updates and a NorCal burglary nets baseball cards and a baseball signed by (we think) a Hall of Famer.
The popularity of unopened packs and big time auctions keeps collectors on the prowl for rare, authentic wax.
Ken Kendrick does more than operate a major league franchise–he operates a major league card collection too.
Topps gives us a peek at what their 2012 baseball card boxes will offer.
The Hall of Fame uses them to illustrate the game’s past. Baseball players of today sometimes collect them–or did. And Topps is still cranking them out. Baseball cards get star treatment on MLB’s weekly TV show.
In The Game is back with series two of its all hits baseball product, dipping into the draft with an eye on the past.
Topps is fuming over a smaller competitor’s use of pictures of some of its previously released baseball cards.
Topps will hand out autographed cards from the U.S. college national team to collectors who find a redemption card in 2011 Bowman Platinum.
A look at the 2011 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball via the retail blaster box.
Robert Edward Auctions has latched onto several new to market trading cards including eight 1870s era baseball issues.
One of the Upper Midwest’s best collections is…above a restaurant in Aberdeen, South Dakota.
Apparently, selling Derek Jeter baseballs with a special 3,000 hit inscription can be VERY confusing to an uneducated public.