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What’s Hot in the Shop: Would You Believe, Topps Tribute?

Mike says despite the recall, 2015 Topps Tribute baseball has been getting love from his customers. He’s also got the lowdown on what else is hot right now.

Triple Threads MLB Topps The Hobby HoTTT List

Mike says collectors are digging hard into Topps Triple Threads baseball and he’s got the top five hottest products overall too.

What’s Hot in the Shop: Ultimate Collection NHL Is Living Up To Its Name

Mike says a new hockey card product from Upper Deck is getting all the lovin’ from his customers.

Collectors Very Amused With 2014 Topps Museum MLB

High end but not too high end, Topps Museum Collection Baseball has been a big attraction at Mike’s.

What’s Hot in the Shop? Collectors Clamoring For More 2013 Topps Museum Collection NFL

The season may be over but Mike says one of the top products is the newly released 2013 Topps Museum Collection NFL, which is flying out of his store.

What’s Hot in the Shop: The Top 5 Products

Sure, Mike’s collectors are buying 2014 Topps but that’s not all. He’s ringing up the current top 5 sports card products for us.

Editor’s Blog: News & Notes in a Rapidly Vaporizing Year

Announcing the First Annual Mikey Awards for sports card products, grading companies are focus of Waxpak’s final column, a chat with NBC Sports and more.

What’s Hot in the Shop? 2013-14 Upper Deck NHL Artifacts

2013-14 Upper Deck Artifacts hockey is out and at Mike’s Stadium Sports Cards, it’s definitely melting the ice.

What’s Hot in the Shop: Sterling Black, Strata, Absolute…Whew!

It’s been snowing new sports card products. What’s hottest in the shop? Mike Fruitman has the rundown from inside his Denver area store.

What’s Hot in the Shop: Feelin’ Kinda Wednesday

The NFL’s first Wednesday night opener since the 1940s also produced a fresh football card star.

What’s Hot in the Shop: Ginter Just Latest in Strong Year for Baseball Cards

Mike Fruitman says strong sales for 2012 Allen and Ginter are just the latest in a string of successes for Topps Baseball products at hobby shops.