A preview of 2016 Topps Finest Baseball as die-cut Ken Griffey Jr. cards and a couple of fresh insert sets shake up the always colorful June product.
The dawn of interactive trading cards took place nearly 20 years ago, when Donruss introduced its VXP 1.0 CD ROM collection in 1997.
A box break leads Rich Klein to recall a few moments and players that prove what we think is going to happen…sometimes doesn’t.
The new ‘Downtown’ video includes a couple Ken Griffey Jr. cameos including one that plays on his 1989 Upper Deck rookie card.
Rich K says the business may have contracted but the “living hobby” aspect of 25 years ago remains the same.
by Mike Stack Baseball cards have been printed for over 100 years. Millions have been produced but only a handful have gained iconic status. Which cards would make up a top ten list is subjective and depends on what criteria is used. But you’d have trouble arguing that there are some that should be on […]
There’s a market for junk wax era cards that might not otherwise be worth selling, as long as you can spot perfection– and the grader agrees.
A U.S. Soldier stationed in Saudi Arabia during the operation that pushed Saddam Hussein’s troops out of Kuwait recalls the 1991 Topps Desert Shield baseball cards that are among the most popular and rare modern era issues.
A Kansas man who grew up with Ken Griffey Jr. and his baseball cards built up quite a collection but now police are looking for it.
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.
Topps has a brand new game and collectors spent part of Wednesday checking out the Golden Giveaway program. Does it live up to the last two?
A card shop owner lands one of the ten Golden Ticket baseballs signed by a trio of all-time greats.
Topps Gold Ticket Redemptions will be scarce, but they’ll be good for a triple signed baseball from three big names.
You’re promised at least 3–maybe 4 hits and a pair of autographs in the summer release of 2012 Topps Tier One.
It’s still in the quirky mode of the original, but you’ll find more baseball content in 2012 Topps Allen & Ginter baseball.
Not every kid who grew up in the 1980s and 90s was after the latest issue.
After a photo tease last week, Topps has released information about its upcoming resurrection of the Archives set. Chris Harris has the lowdown.
Topps All-Time Fan Favorites autographs will return for the first time in seven years, this time as an insert in the resurrected Topps Archives set. Those from the last decade are still showing market strength.
Topps is counting on hobby stores to help promote its 2012 Gold Rush promotion–whatever it may be.
One generation’s baseball hero has finally signed something for Topps–a contract that will guarantee Ken Griffey Jr. autographs in Topps products.