Rich Klein recalls the explosive late 80s when a young Mets prospect was driving a crazy market.
The hobby has gone through some massive changes over the last 25 years. So what’s next?
Billy Ripken was only part of the madness as dealers scrambled to corner the market on sets that it turned out weren’t all that hard to get if you were patient.
A writer takes a wistful look back at the cards of his childhood.
A San Francisco columnist checks back on the hobby he left in the 1980s.
“But they were supposed to pay my way through college…”
A Denver Post story paints a rosy picture for the baseball card market–even if it is pushed by lottery ticket type cards.
24 years ago, Willie Mays left hundreds standing in line at a card show in Illinois.
Bloomberg News takes a look at the pulse of the sports card industry.