For nearly 40 years in a row, collectors could find one or both cards of lefty pitchers Warren Spahn and Tommy John. Here’s a rundown of the hurlers and their cards.
The 1964 Topps Giants offering features a unique size, great photography and plenty of stars to chase.
Topps, New Era partner for a new trading card set available exclusively at LIDS stores in the U.S. The promotion starts June 3 and features nine players.
Even with hatless wonders, 1966 Topps Baseball turns 50 with a short prints chase that never gets old. Come along for a review of the set, along with some positives and negatives of the set.
When working on ‘When the Braves Ruled the Diamond,’ Topps cards were added to liven up the illustrations, along with some great Ronnie Joyner illustrations.
Topps has introduced Topps Now, taking baseball highlights and turning them into physical cards the next day. But hurry, the buying window is just 24 hours.
The second part of a two-part series looking at the print runs of 1953 Topps Baseball looks at the final printing, but questions remain. New conclusions and why SPs and DPs are mis-named for this set.
Topps World Series cards from the 1970s added sharper images, but celebrating baseball’s championship soon fell by the wayside. Here’s a look at the Fall Classic through cardboard in the 1970s.
Topps has narrowed the list to five players for the No. 1 spot in 2016 Topps Baseball after online voting.
The most coveted spot in Topps’ annual baseball card set is the first spot, No. 1. For 2016, Topps is allowing fans to vote which player will slide into that slot. Every team will be represented and voting pared down from there.