Topps is letting collectors decide on the design of one element of 2020 Series 1. The company is asking collectors to vote on their favorite designs from past sets from each decade.
The designs voted most popular will be featured next year.
The company says it will be “celebrating the decades” with next year’s set and the vote is part of it.
Collectors can vote for one design for each decade from the 1950s-2010s on this page.
Dave Avila began collecting baseball cards 60 years ago thanks to his namesake, Bobby Avila. He left his data processor’s job in the 1980s to open a card shop and while he regrets selling 29 Michael Jordan rookie cards for next to nothing back when they were worth, well, next to nothing, he’s still in the hobby in a different role.
The Deseret News caught up with him.
KELO-TV in Sioux Falls, SD visited with Jeff Kayl, whose basement is all Minnesota Twins, all the time.
The autographed, inscribed bat Christian Yelich used to hit a home run in the eighth inning of last season’s All-Star Game sold for $6,599 through Steiner Auctions over the weekend.
The newest additions to the TRISTAR Autograph Pavilion lineup at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago are Julius Erving, Christian Laettner, Rafael Palmeiro, Alan Trammell, Ray Lewis, Earl Campbell, Emmitt Thomas and Roger Clemens.
The show takes place from July 31-August 4 at the Stephens Convention Center. You can see the full autograph lineup here.