Rich Klein discusses Topps’ troubles with the Diamond Collection website and recalls the day he ate a 12-year-old piece of gum–and it was worth it.
ESPN.com profiles talented graphic designer Gary Cieradkowski, who’s creating some cool looking art for the “Infinite Baseball Card Set”.
Not everyone is afraid to dip a big toe into the uncertain waters of unopened packs on the auction giant.
The lockout has pushed the arrival of 2011-12 basketball cards back to late February. He’s what Panini is planning.
2011 Topps Marquee morphs into 2012 Topps Museum Collection. A sneak peek at one of next year’s early season products.
Topps is bringing back one of its debut sets of 2011, Gypsy Queen Baseball. We’ve got a peek at what to expect.
One lucky pack-popper pulled the pick of the 2011 football card litter.
Topps has achieved peace with honor with its often ignored Opening Day baseball product, set to return in 2012.
Fifty years ago, Topps salesmen were preparing to hit the road, pitching those wood-grain beauties we now know as 1962 Topps. Unopened pack guy has more on the process–and the stunning return on investment one could have had by saving just one case.
A Michigan hockey card collector latches on to a 1978-79 Canadiens mini Stanley Cup through a Panini Dominion promotion.
There’s an ‘error card’ inside 2011 Topps Chrome.
Football is back and so, for the 56th year, are Topps football cards. Rich Klein tackles a fresh box.
Out with the new and in with the old for Topps, which hopes adding some legendary relics will boost sales when the product arrives this fall.
The popularity of unopened packs and big time auctions keeps collectors on the prowl for rare, authentic wax.
Topps PRIME 9 #5 is revealed, some nostalgic remembrances about baseball cards and childhood, a 1972 Topps pack rip and another take on this year’s NSCC.
One of Topps’ last products of 2011 will focus on signed rookie and prospect cards.
Topps is promising on card autographs galore as it prepares for yet another new product release this fall.
NBC’s late night funster Jimmy Fallon shares some old Topps gum and flipping games with Bob Costas.
Box buster Rich Klein is off the DL and making up for lost time. How did he do with his box of the popular Topps throwback, Gypsy Queen?
Not for the light of wallet, 2011 Topps Tribute packs offer autographs, relics and parallels in each five-card pack.