An old school product gets a makeover with 2014 Topps High Tek Baseball. We’ve got the ‘most watched’ cards already listed on eBay and a checklist.
Topps’ 1993 Finest Baseball launched a new era of limited print runs and ‘shiny stuff’ and today, the one-per-box refractors can sell for a lot of money.
Hey, Mike’s back! He knew sales would be strong but shiny really gets it done and 2013 Topps Chrome Baseball is surpassing expectations.
Rich Klein digs into a box of 2012 Topps Finest while digging into the history of this long-running product, a pioneer in the ‘short print run’ game.
We’ve got the lowdown on 2012 Bowman Platinum baseball, plus a sneak peek at some of the cards, a checklist and more.
Our box buster says 2011 Bowman Chrome is hot (again) as it offers a prospecting buzz and ten years of history.
It’s been a hobby staple now since the mid-1990s. So what’s inside this year’s 2011 Topps Chrome Baseball? Rippin’ Rich Klein is ready to reveal all.
There’s an ‘error card’ inside 2011 Topps Chrome.
Topps offers a preview and some ordering info for one of its higher-end football products, set to release late in the season.
Topps finishes off “last year’s” products with a big blast of Bowman Sterling.
You’ll need a copy of Baseball America to figure out who some of them are, but collectors still seem to have the jones for Bowman Draft Picks and Prospects.
2010 Bowman Platinum Baseball won’t be out until 2011…but will include an extra prospect autograph card.
Can the rest of the content save the bummer over Strasburg’s injury in 2010 Bowman Chrome?
Topps is offering a special set of rookies and Hall of Famers as part of a 2010 Topps Chrome wrapper redemption program. For every 24 hobby box wrappers of 2010 Topps Chrome Baseball sent to the company, collectors will receive an exclusive three card pack of Chrome Rookies and Legends variation cards. In addition, one […]
Topps wastes little time putting the latest minor league call up into its 2010 Finest Redemption set.
Some potential future big leaguers will get their first cards as members of Team USA in the 2010 Bowman issue.