An All-Star MVP at 22? That’s rare air. We’ve got a live look at the hottest Mike Trout cards on the open market right now.
One collector’s charitable autograph effort grows, a hobby name on the move, Wade Boggs checks in on a signed ball and a 1/1 Trout card draws big bids.
We get the first in an ongoing series of the current baseball card market through The Pit’s 25 most valuable cards and a total market index.
Andre Dawson’s 1987 MVP award and a 1932 Babe Ruth cap were among the headliners in the second half of a two-part event.
Three different versions of the 2015 Topps Factory sets offer exclusive cards including a retail set that features five rookie card variations.
Impatience is often at the heart of poor decisions when it comes to selling cards. But too much patience isn’t good either.
Will Ferrell’s 2015 Topps Archives are hot, Buster Posey is the face of Series 2, the NSCC’s free autograph guests, a must-see video, boxing show…and more.
Topps Opening Day 2015 offers a box breaking experience old school collectors appreciate but still maintains a kid-friendly approach.
Mike Trout joins Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky and other sports stars whose frequently forged signatures are on PSA/DNA’s latest list.
His signature may not be a thing of beauty but it’s in demand and Topps now has Mike Trout’s name on an exclusive deal for its products and apps.
The leverage in the price of scarce, high-grade, limited print key cards of star players means that the market for the modern baseball card could change quickly.
Mike Trout cards are popular everywhere these days, but throw Angels fans into the market mix and you’ve got a story worthy of the Orange County Register’s attention.
They’re certainly affordable, but is this year’s 2012 Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects worth the investment? Rich Klein tackles a box.
It started in the late 1950s and continues today with the announcement of the 2012 Topps All-Rookie team. So who’s getting the little trophies on their 2013 cards?
A look at some of the cards collectors will be pulling out of 2012 Topps Triple Threads Baseball.
“The demand for his autograph literally went from zero to astronomical,” says the man in charge of Major League Alumni Marketing. The group of current and former players share in memorabilia and autograph revenue.
Mike Trout is putting up Griffey-esque numbers in a season that didn’t start until late April. His autographed rookie cards are catching up too.
You’re promised at least 3–maybe 4 hits and a pair of autographs in the summer release of 2012 Topps Tier One.
Wanna buy the Baltimore Colts’ original NFL charter? Topps adds more diamonds to the Diamond Giveaway and a ’50s kid’s card collection.
Rich Klein is tearing into packs of more wood-grained bordered ’62 Topps look-a-likes in the new Heritage Minor League cards.