Topps will honor a couple of long-time favorites with insert sets when it delivers 2016 Topps Series 2 Baseball, set for release next summer.
The long dance is over and Ichiro autographs–such as they are–will start appearing in Topps products this summer.
The Alex Gordon Topps rookie snafu was no conspiracy and the whole story reminds us that popular cards in every sport can live, die and live again.
Rich Klein recalls the dark debate over one card from the 2001 Bowman Chrome Albert Pujols issue.
The 2013 Ichiro Immortals Collection includes just 300 boxes, each with an Ichiro autograph and others with dual signed booklets including Ty Cobb.
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.
The trade to New York puts Ichiro back in the spotlight and action on his rookie cards are already moving.
Around the horn we go on the NFL’s opening night, with some Topps news, some love for Wheaties, a website note…and a link to one of the best sports columns you’ll read this year.
The complete Topps Baseball Series One and Two checklists.
The Seattle Mariners are selling game-used items from opening night to raise money for disaster relief in Japan.
An update on the auction for Japan relief via a game worn jersey auction, plus a couple of knuckleheads’ failed strategy for selling an signed Michael Jordan jersey.