Rich Klein breaks open a box of 2015-16 Panini Contenders Basketball, which promises five autographs per box.
Interest is picking up for Cam Newton rookie cards from the 2011 season as the Carolina Panthers’ quarterback continues to grow as a player.
2015 Topps Update Baseball is ready for launch. We’ve got the preview, checklist and a check of online pricing.
Hot rookies, popular products and a convergence of the seasons have Mike’s collectors in a buying and breaking mood.
Rookies and prospects are its bread and butter but several new features will spice up 2016 Bowman Baseball, set to arrive in late April.
A real-time list of the hottest Clayton Kershaw baseball cards after yet another historic season.
The latest update in an ongoing series of snapshots of the current baseball card market is here as The Pit compiles its top 25 and the total market index.
An All-Star MVP at 22? That’s rare air. We’ve got a live look at the hottest Mike Trout cards on the open market right now.
In a season full of fresh faces, there are other under the radar prospects whose baseball cards might be worth buying before the price goes up.
Some high-grade 1970s baseball cards draw major bids; Mike Bossy gets his 50 goal puck back after 27 years and the FBI and government attorneys visit Arkansas.
We get the first in an ongoing series of the current baseball card market through The Pit’s 25 most valuable cards and a total market index.
His 1952 Topps card may be on the Mt. Rushmore of collecting, but the 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle seems comparatively undervalued.
Rich Klein is your guide on another fun tour of stories behind the 1970s Topps multi-player rookie cards.
Spirited debate over the voting for the four greatest living players led us to look at rookie card values of the final selections–and those who were in the post-game discussions.
“Joey” and the Crime Dog join the Rock and the original Papi on this list of underrated baseball rookie cards from the 1980s.
With every game, Maikel Franco baseball cards show up on the radar of collectors, investors and Phillies fans anxious for something to cheer about.
Rich Klein says young players are giving a jolt to in season releases and validating an MLB-MLBPA decision.
This week’s MLB Draft will provide another exercise in predicting the future, something teams, card companies and collectors have been doing for a long time.
Off to a start that’s silencing doubters, Bryce Harper’s cards are red hot once again.
Kris Bryant may be doomed to start the 2015 season in the minor leagues, but collectors and speculators are still clamoring for his cards.