A box break leads Rich Klein to recall a few moments and players that prove what we think is going to happen…sometimes doesn’t.
Breaking a box of Bowman Chrome 2014 Baseball has Rich Klein recalling some past issues as he pulls cards of the current crop of big leaguers and future big leaguers.
Rich Klein tears open a box of what’s become a popular product since its mid-September release: 2012 Topps Platinum.
There is apparently nothing wrong with Stephen Strasburg’s signing arm.
PSA is now a corporate sponsor at the Baseball Hall of Fame and will have a presence in Cooperstown.
The Fox TV station in Washington tracks down the owner of the card causing a national media buzz.
The 2010 Bowman Chrome Superfractor card of Stephen Strasburg is now getting national media attention.
Our box buster eagerly rips open what’s shaping up to be the year’s hottest baseball card product.
Topps’ hopes of putting Stephen Strasburg in its T206 set may not go beyond the sell sheet phase.
If it’s got the name Strasburg on it, the Nats’ AAA team is ready to create it…and sell it.
Launched in the boom years, Topps’ long-running high end set is back for another year.
Pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg’s first signatures will show up in the 2010 Bowman baseball issue.