Rich remembers a few guys–including one currently on a roster–who spent years in pro ball but never had a Topps card.
The Ron Washington situation is just the latest in a crazy managerial history for a franchise that has two cards of skippers in the 1969 Topps set.
Readers respond with their own stories after Rich Klein recalls the 1990 story of a kid getting a Nolan Ryan rookie card for $12 instead of $1200.
Future Hall of Famer Ivan Rodriguez has time to sign autographs after retiring in April. He’ll have an exclusive deal with MAB Celebrity Services.
Topps offers a look at the next edition of its Heritage Baseball line, an ode to 1963.
Panini America continues to make its mark across the sports landscape, but can they compete without an MLB license?