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.
More valuable and popular cards exist but these 10 baseball cards helped to shape the hobby into what it is today.
Drafted while the franchise was still in Seattle, Russell Westbrook rookie cards are finally reaching an MVP-like level.
Their big league rookie cards are plentiful, but the minor league cards of the new Hall of Famers show them before they were famous.
Hopefully making the big leagues took some of the sting out of being born on what was already the biggest gift-giving day of all.
A World Series for the ages behind him and the potential for long-term success, Madison Bumgarner baseball cards are gaining a lot of new fans.
A team years in the making is now in the World Series. A look at some of the top Kansas City Royals and their rookie cards.
They’re famous by association but the other guys on some of those famous baseball rookie cards have stories to tell, too.
A huge collection of baseball and football Hall of Fame rookie cards from Texas is coming to market.
A look at the hottest Felix Hernandez cards as the Seattle Mariners ace chases another Cy Young Award.
There are two options for collectors in 2014 Topps Chrome Baseball. Rich Klein has the calculator out as he breaks a box of the latest issue.
1981 put two new card companies on the map and even though one of them screwed up the rookie card of the game’s hottest pitcher, at least he got his own card.
Jose Altuve rookie cards haven’t gotten a lot of attention so far, but if the Astros’ diminutive dynamo keeps it up, that may change.
ThePit.com caters to collectors and investors who want to trade past and present rookie cards just like the companies in a stock portfolio.
2014 Topps Update Baseball will salute All-Star and World Series heroes from the past along with the usual task of updating elements from the current year.
The hottest George Springer rookie cards may not be recognized as such yet but don’t tell that to collectors who know a big score when they see one.
Major League movie star autographs, a couple of hot rookies and designs from sets past have this year’s Topps Archives boxes flying off shelves.