With only one major rookie card but with an album full of Hall of Famers and 35 years in the rear view mirror, the 1980 Topps set looks better with age.
Forty-seven seasons later, 1967 Red Sox baseball cards are still in demand and that ‘Impossible Dream’ season plays out through Topps’ series.
Replacing Ted Williams was a tall task but within six years, Carl Yastrzemski was carving his own legacy and the Red Sox were having an (almost) dream season.
Here’s how the latest Triple Crown winner stacks up. We’ve got Miguel Cabrera stats, plus his top selling items on eBay Wednesday and how they compare to Carl Yastrzemski, the last player to accomplish the feat.
More Hank Aaron autographs, some famous names to the checklist and a few other extras will be collectors’ reward for waiting a bit longer for 2012 Topps Tribute.
You’re promised at least 3–maybe 4 hits and a pair of autographs in the summer release of 2012 Topps Tier One.
Pity the Boston sports collector. Or admire him?
It hasn’t been done in 43 years. Could the already-pricey Albert Pujols memorabilia get a new jolt if he wins the Triple Crown?
Topps goes head first into minor league cards.
ESPN’s Rob Neyer goes one-on-one with the author of Cardboard Gods.