Want an untapped source of superstar baseball cards? Look no further than the commons bin, where the game’s biggest names sometimes make cameo appearances on the cards of lesser lights.
Readers respond to Rich’s recent columns and offer up a couple of card designs for players who should have been in the 1982 Topps Traded set but weren’t.
Rich wonders about the 1982 Topps Traded set which included an older, fringe prospect but not some future Hall of Famers. Can you create some ‘cards that never were’?
Topps names its annual All-Rookie squad while the unbeaten Packers are asking big bucks for a smattering of game worn jerseys.
Where else can you find cards of Johnny Bench, Louis Pasteur and the Hawaiian Monk Seal…potentially in the same pack?
Chicago, once again hosting this year’s National Sports Collectors Convention, remains a hobby hotbed with collectors chasing cards and memorabilia old and new.
Topps is letting collectors vote on three new additions to the Diamond Die Cuts set.
Topps National Chicle short print list includes a Hall of Fame and rookie card roll call.
Goodwin’s Champions, Upper Deck’s ode to the popular 19th century baseball card set includes a list of short prints.