Stacy Marlow had never purchased a full box of baseball cards in her life but her first one produced a card worth thousands of dollars.
A bountiful collection of stories and hobby news rounded up in one neat little package.
Pull redemption card #1 from the 2012 Topps Prime 9 promotion? Take it to your local hobby shop and exchange it for a Willie Mays.
Collectors are pulling the trigger on high ticket Tom Brady rookie cards, now that another Super Bowl trip is within sight.
Topps is counting on hobby stores to help promote its 2012 Gold Rush promotion–whatever it may be.
What may be one of the year’s only basketball card products has made getting a Michael Jordan autograph a more attainable proposition.
There’s an ‘error card’ inside 2011 Topps Chrome.
Around the horn we go on the NFL’s opening night, with some Topps news, some love for Wheaties, a website note…and a link to one of the best sports columns you’ll read this year.
Stephen Strasburg returned to the big leagues Tuesday night and Topps is wasting no time promoting their young spokesman as the season winds down.
Week 7 is devoted to #7 as Topps continues to fill out its late-season redemption set.
Topps product updates and a NorCal burglary nets baseball cards and a baseball signed by (we think) a Hall of Famer.
2011 Topps Series Two boxes will contain random insert ‘Player of the Week’ redemptions good for hobby shop exclusive cards.
Collector Jamie Kennedy has some thoughts on redemption cards and sports card company promises that he says are starting to get old.
2011 Topps Heritage is like a magnet.
More hobby tidbits to snack on including a historic baseball document, Carmelo and some card company talk.
Topps wasn’t cheap when it came to awarding at least one of the 1952 Topps Mantle cards as part of its Million Card Giveaway promotion.
Topps kicks off its 17-week ‘Rookie of the Week’ program in conjunction with sports card shops around the country.
Collectors and dealers have been struggling to find a Stephen Strasburg mini rookie card in the 2010 Topps Allen & Ginter but the company says it’s no wild goose chase.