Would you like to expose your business to over 800 people with about 30 minutes of work? Welcome to the world of social media.
SI.com’s always entertaining Steve Rushin takes his two-year-old son to the store to pick out his first pack of cards while MLB Network and Topps join forces for a one-hour special. Plus an update on Pete Sampras’ missing memorabilia.
Remembering Mitchell Page, pictures from the Sun-Times Show and an online retailer offers an NCAA Tournament contest. Bracket ready?
Topps finishes off “last year’s” products with a big blast of Bowman Sterling.
Panini offers a ride in the way back machine for one of its basketball card sets. What, no Don Mattingly rookie?
Topps will offer buyers of its 2011 hobby and jumbo boxes some packs from a special wrapper redemption set.
Upper Deck’s newest NHL card set promises a chase for game-used hockey stick pieces, other game worn gear and autographed cards.
Sometimes hanging around the card shop waiting for someone can be expensive. Other times, it pays off.
Topps’ latest upscale product is the company’s annual Sterling Baseball issue. What’s inside?
A dose of the past combined with some current trends could help put a charge back in cards.
Allen & Ginter appeals to those who like a little something other than baseball in their card packs.
The only sports card shop owner in Beaumont, TX and some local collectors have stuck with the hobby for their own reasons.
The Fox TV station in Washington tracks down the owner of the card causing a national media buzz.
Panini brings its National Treasures brand to hoops with a sumjmertime issue that packs six autographs or memorabilia cards.
Details on Upper Deck’s latest high-end hockey card packs.
Part two of our excerpt from the new book ‘Mint Condition; How Baseball Cards Became an American Obsession’ by Dave Jamieson. In the second half of Chapter One, Jamieson chronicles how Goodwin & Company’s insertion of ballplayers’ pictures into its cigarette packs launched a national craze in the late 19th century.
It’s still the 2009 football season at Upper Deck, where Exquisite Collection has returned.
An effort to put free trading card packs and boxes into the hands of U.S. military personnel is in need of a boost.
What’s inside the latest Panini hoops product?
Upper Deck is giving fans at NHL games free team packs of this year’s hockey cards.