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.
Football is back and so, for the 56th year, are Topps football cards. Rich Klein tackles a fresh box.
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.
Some early highlights from the Basketball Hall of Fame auction a 4th of July special for signed baseball collectors and Upper Deck answers redemption card questions.
2011 Topps Series Two boxes will contain random insert ‘Player of the Week’ redemptions good for hobby shop exclusive cards.
Box and case prices are soaring. There’s a mad rush for an autographed rookie card. What is this, 2010?
Hobby shop owners get to bend the ears of sports card makers. Will their voices be heard?
Topps kicks off its 17-week ‘Rookie of the Week’ program in conjunction with sports card shops around the country.
If you cracked the code during Stephen Strasburg’s big league debut last week, your card won’t lack for bidders.
In the Game will release its next hockey card issue in Toronto this weekend.