Hunt Auctions is now the Official Auction Company for the MLBPAA, facilitating consignments, retail projects, and appearance opportunities for former players.
A new deal between Panini America and the Baseball Hall of Fame gives the card maker rights to all inductees, Hall of Fame marks, artifact images and more in six baseball card sets per year.
Panini’s first MLBPA trading card license will come to fruition with 2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition, a product heavy on youngsters.
A collection of letters from the likes of Cobb, Mathewson, Johnson, Lajoie, Collins, McGraw and others about an ill-fated attempt to put together a post-season All-Star Game tour is about to enter the hobby.
Major League Baseball Players and Panini have come to terms on a deal that will result in more new baseball card products.
George W. Bush, crafty right-hander is part of this year’s Allen & Ginter set, with 200 signed cards sprinkled across America. One of them has already made its way to eBay.
Here’s a unique Father’s Day gift…
A new venture has put certified, cut autographs three to a box with every player a current or former All-Star.
More one-of-a-kind game used memorabilia will hit the marketplace as MLB takes aim at cancer.
Major League Baseball player agents are being told not to deal with Upper Deck until the company pays its bills.
The latest edition of the popular Jewish Major Leaguers series that began in 2005 will be the last…at least for awhile.
The first of a two-part excerpt from the new book, Mint Condition: How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession, by Dave Jamieson.
Hobby shops, distributors and card companies gather in Vegas next month to discuss business issues.
Upper Deck may have lost its MLB stamp of approval, but the company is still planning a nationwide baseball card giveaway just prior to the 2010 season.