The annual spring training report is in from David Moriah. This year’s scene was in Arizona, where some sparkling new stadiums reside and the teams still make signing autographs a priority.
In the fourth installment of “trying to collect it all series,” the focus turns to basketball and its limited vintage offerings. Here is an overview of what has been produced and how Topps has dominated the basketball market.
The T207 set might lack imagination in all phases of card0-making and color, but here are 10 worthwhile cards to seek out from the tobacco set.
Embedded holograms are now being used on PSA holders for cards, packs and tickets to enhance security for collectors.
Helmet happiness at Savers – full-size and mini helmets can be found for a fraction of their retail price in the usual hobby outlets. Plus, check out those books – and other out-of-the-box aisles – for signed pieces.
A quick fill-up of information about the somewhat obscure 1969 Citgo baseball coins – watch that nose! Check out values, condition issues and a checklist of this nearly 50-year-old issue.
Memory Lane’s Spring Break Auction will kick off April 25, with a break-up of several high-end Bowman sets, numerous Mint singles from other popular sets and plenty of Ruth-signed items.
The March Fanatics Sports Spectacular show brings big autograph lineup, varied memorabilia options and a hot recalled product.
With the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field in the rearview mirror, here are some collectibles to keep an eye on, with more coming in 2015. There’s more to look forward to than new bleachers and more bathrooms this season.
Panini America signed former Oregon Ducks quarterback and 2014 Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota to a trading card and autograph agreement for the 2015 season that will include Mariota’s first licensed NFL and collegiate trading cards and autographed trading cards.