A list of vintage, post-War rookie cards of baseball icons you can believe in, all for under $1,000.
As an investment baseball cards are much like the stock market. Some cards are fads that are subject to large fluctuations upward or downward. Others are similar to blue chip stocks that have much less movement in terms of value. Mickey Mantle baseball cards certainly fall in the blue chip category. Mantle cards are perhaps […]
The Fox TV station in Washington tracks down the owner of the card causing a national media buzz.
As the puck drops on the Stanley Cup Finals, Upper Deck squeezes out one more hockey set.
Panini brings its National Treasures brand to hoops with a sumjmertime issue that packs six autographs or memorabilia cards.
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The 2010 Bowman Chrome Superfractor card of Stephen Strasburg is now getting national media attention.
Our box buster eagerly rips open what’s shaping up to be the year’s hottest baseball card product.
The NBA and its partners are getting serious about bringing hoops to countries that show promise.
Collectors in Europe, South America, South Africa might be more passionate about their card collecting than North Americans.
A well-traveled T206 proof strip with a little mystery to it is on display at the Phillies’ ballpark as it heads back to the auction block.
Our writer takes in the “Ultimate Set” collection of rare, vintage baseball cards now on display at the Hall of Fame.
Doug McWilliams’ friendship with Vida Blue led to a bunch of great gigs as a photographer.
A fixture for over 25 years, the Frank and Son warehouse shows try to keep the party going in an internet-driven marketplace.
A major workforce reduction has taken place at the Upper Deck Company.
Topps’ National Chicle baseball promises at least two signed cards per box.
200-card update collection showcases impact rookies who debuted in uniform last October, completing overall OPC set.
Topps’ hopes of putting Stephen Strasburg in its T206 set may not go beyond the sell sheet phase.
It looks great. You want it. You’ve had way too much to drink. It’s a bad combination.
Bloomberg News takes a look at the pulse of the sports card industry.