The oldest living Hall of Famer doesn’t have many cards from his playing days but the good news is, they’re not that expensive. We’ve got five to own.
Some guys pitch until they no longer can. An original photo of Hall of Famer Joe ‘Iron Man’ McGinnity shows him still in the game at age 51.
Our list of the best Sandy Koufax baseball cards to own includes cards packed with gum, potato chips and meat–and one issued in South America.
From Triple Crown winner to his debut as the first black manager 40 years ago Wednesday, Frank Robinson baseball cards tell the tale of one of baseball’s greatest careers.
Their big league rookie cards are plentiful, but the minor league cards of the new Hall of Famers show them before they were famous.
Hundreds of T206 cards, dozens of iconic Hall of Famers and several complete sets have been purchased and will soon be up for bid after a major collection is sold.
We’ll find out Wednesday who’s in and who must wait but Hall of Fame collectors won’t have trouble adding any of this year’s candidates to their stash.
It’s not just a players only club. Rookie cards of Hall of Fame managers have value, too and eBay buyers are proving that right now.
Want some important T206 cards but don’t have a big budget? Here are five players with impressive careers and still unimpressive prices.
Mile High Card Company will sell what’s believed to be the only known Babe Ruth-Al Capone autographed baseball in its upcoming auction.
The 1968 Topps Action Stickers never had widespread distribution and those that were pulled from packs were often stuck on something. High grade survivors are rarely cheap, but you can find others that won’t stretch your wallet.
Most consider it “the” set to have from the 1970s. So which of the four major rookie cards in the 1975 Topps baseball set is toughest to find in NM/MT condition?
If deep down, you would really like to play with your cards, 2012 Panini Golden Age Baseball will give you the chance to do that.
After showing off more images from its upcoming 2012 Panini Cooperstown product, a one-time partner may be out to prove its baseball chops.
The Postal Service says demand has been strong for its latest stamps honoring baseball greats and they’re even keeping stats.
A link to a look at NBA All-Star programs, which offer two things collectors like: potential for growth, worldwide appeal and an element of scarcity.
Scarce and rare vintage baseball cards are just some of the items up for grabs beginning later this week in an event where patience is sometimes a virtue…and sometimes a mistake.
What are the hottest products in sports card shops? Join us for the inaugural flight of What’s Hot in the Shop.
Bidding begins today for a collection of 17 years worth of autographed Topps baseball cards.
Some notes in the Editor’s Blog including a look at a special rookie card on eBay, a brief glimpse of some of the hot cards in 2012 Topps Marquee and one auction company says demand for high quality game used memorabilia is way up.