A prolific slugger in two leagues, ‘The Beast’ is far from pricey, even on some of the best cards from his playing days. Here are seven great cards tied to his long career.
Personal best seasons followed three straight Series trips for Jimmie Foxx, the subject of a brilliant portrait by a news photographer in the spring of 1931.
Two valuable and historic pieces once gifted by Jimmie Foxx to a hometown drug store owner are about to be sold at auction.
You’ve heard of Goudey cards but they have a contemporary that’s much harder to find but even more attractive. Meet the 1933 George C. Miller baseball set.
Start with die cuts, add in color tint variations and a large quantity of big names and the 1934-36 Batter Up issue from National Chicle is definitely unique. Might they be a little underpriced too?
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
Topps National Chicle short print list includes a Hall of Fame and rookie card roll call.