In 2010 Adrian Beltre showed the baseball world that there was still some power in his bat and zip in his cross diamond throws. Beltre, at age 31, had his best year ever: 28 homers, 102 RBI and a .321 average. Every year several baseball players prove that they are not yet over the hill and can help a team in it is drive towards the pennant. The 2011 season will … [Read more...] about Which Big Leaguers’ Cards Are Poised for 2011 Revival?
By Rich Klein The National Chicle name is very important in sports card history although the set best known under that name consisted of just 36 cards in the one football set produced back in 1935. The company made its initial entry into the baseball card market with its 1934-36 Diamond Stars baseball set, done in art deco style. Topps has purchased the rights to the … [Read more...] about 2010 Topps National Chicle Review
Yes, Virginia there are 2010 National Chicle Baseball short prints. Topps says cards #276-329 in the recently released baseball product are short printed and can be found at the rate in one of every four packs. The short printed cards are part of three unique subsets: Retired Stars Revisited, Vintage Veterans and Rookie Renditions. The all-painted Topps Chicle … [Read more...] about 2010 National Chicle Baseball Short Print List Revealed
For the 6th year, Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Major League Baseball are Going to Bat Against Breast Cancer. Major League Baseball players, coaches and umpires will wear pink wristbands and pink ribbon decals on Mother’s Day, May 9th. Louisville Slugger has produced and donated pink bats that hundreds of players will also be using on that day. Once again, much of … [Read more...] about MLB’s Pink Memorabilia Auction Will Return