You’re promised at least 3–maybe 4 hits and a pair of autographs in the summer release of 2012 Topps Tier One.
Topps will bring back its USA Baseball set in 2011, issuing cards of National team members just before Christmas.
Panini’s first MLBPA trading card license will come to fruition with 2011 Donruss Elite Extra Edition, a product heavy on youngsters.
If you’ve got the cash, Topps is working on the cadillac brand of its football card line, 2011 Five Star.
Topps unveils another high end hobby-exclusive football card product.
Topps will crank out yet another new mid-range football product in October.
Topps will put its stock in this year’s NFL rookie class in its Chrome football brand.
When the season winds down, Bowman Chrome will crank up with a fresh group of prospects in the checklist.
Topps will continue its 60th anniversary season in the 2011 Update Series.
eBay’s new preview pane lets you see large photos, and key item and purchase details directly on search results pages.
Topps Chrome returns for another late-summer engagement.
Panini will have four NBA superstars featured in the debut of its video trading cards that will be found as inserts in an upcoming issue.
Topps will trot out its Finest Football product about three weeks before the season is scheduled to start.
Topps shows off some of the cards we’ll see in 2011 Series Two, along with details on its diamond ring promotion.
Topps banks on Bryce to bring sales of Bowman to a boil. Will it work?
A mix of football memorabilia is on the block in Miami this weekend.