In a surreal day Sunday morning (Jan. 26), news started to spread of the death of Kobe Bryant as a result of a helicopter crash.
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Ok, with 2-million plus views on YouTube, you may have already seen this video of a guy who goes by L.A. Beast who bought two packs of 1986 Fleer in hopes of finding the iconic Michael Jordan rookie card.
The finalists for the MLB Baseball Writers’ Association of America Awards in four categories were announced this past week, which includes the Rookie of the Year and league MVPs for the 2019 season.
Here’s a heads up if you’re looking to invest in any of them before they potentially follow up with an amazing sophomore season, increasing their card values further.
Whenever there’s big news regarding a big-name player like Bryce Harper, you can bet there are sellers waiting for that moment to list their sports cards on eBay.
It’s certainly big news for Harper with him signing a 13-year, $330 million contract with the Philadelphia Phillies.
Welcome to the $300M club, Manny Machado.
As of Feb. 19, a deal was in place for a 10-year record-breaking contract with the Padres.
The rumors seems to be heating up on where and when Bryce Harper will sign.
And although the rumor of Harper signing with the Philadelphia Phillies is unfounded, it keeps coming up.
There’s no question to most baseball analysts that Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is heading into the 2019 MLB season as the best prospect in baseball.
But is he the best prospect in history?
Bryce Harper has to arguably be the biggest free agent that fans and collectors (and MLB GMs) are keeping an eye on to see which team he ultimately signs with.
Shohei Ohtani has been named the American League Rookie of the Year, beating out Miguel Andujar and Gleyber Torres of the New York Yankees.