We get the first in an ongoing series of the current baseball card market through The Pit’s 25 most valuable cards and a total market index.
Off to a start that’s silencing doubters, Bryce Harper’s cards are red hot once again.
Topps Opening Day 2015 offers a box breaking experience old school collectors appreciate but still maintains a kid-friendly approach.
Red, white and blue jerseys worn by the Washington Nationals on Tuesday in honor of the victims of the Navy Yard shootings are being autographed and sold to raise money for the victims’ families.
It started in the late 1950s and continues today with the announcement of the 2012 Topps All-Rookie team. So who’s getting the little trophies on their 2013 cards?
Its base product’s update set just hit store shelves but now Topps is releasing Heritage High Number sets, with a $1 per card price tag and only 1,000 made.
A look at some of the cards collectors will be pulling out of 2012 Topps Triple Threads Baseball.
“The demand for his autograph literally went from zero to astronomical,” says the man in charge of Major League Alumni Marketing. The group of current and former players share in memorabilia and autograph revenue.
Topps is creating two redemption sets for the 2012 National Sports Collectors Convention. Need you ask if Bryce Harper is in both?
Topps launches a new product and shows off more Bryce Harper, who was doing a little showing off himself. Panini shows off some Father’s Day football cards and a Michael Jordan freak in Mexico courtesy of Upper Deck.
Sales of 2012 Bowman baseball are booming at card shops but Rich Klein got his hands on one to see what the fuss is about.
Our box buster eagerly rips open what’s shaping up to be the year’s hottest baseball card product.