Team cards haven’t had a prominent place in baseball card collecting, but collectors are finding the 1951 Topps Baseball Team cards harder to find.
If a collector couldn’t find the collectibles they were looking for at the National Sports Collectors Convention chances are they didn’t look hard enough.
Pat Neshek shares how he first started collecting sports cards, how his collection has evolved over time, and what he collects today.
After a long and memorable major league career Jim Thome was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame the first year he was eligible.
Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch didn’t have a prolific playing career, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a World Series winning manager.
A visit to Florida during spring training can provide collectors with plenty of opportunities to obtain autographs from major league veterans as well as future stars currently in the minor leagues.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum is releasing 12 bobbleheads commemorating MLB teams that have won multiple World Series crowns.
Dale Murphy is a two-time N.L. MVP who has become a regular autograph signer at sports memorabilia shows across the country.
Former major league pitcher Brad Lidge is on quest to complete baseball sets that many in the industry consider to be classics.
Ferguson Jenkins made a name for himself in Major League Baseball, being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991. He also is an avid memorabilia collector.