He’s only 25 and his rookie card value seems like a sure bet to increase year over year. Here’s the three we like best.
Love him or hate him, Jose Bautista is one of the top premier power hitters in the game today.
Of the many dynamic young players in baseball today the Houston Astro’s Carlos Correa is probably one of the names that you will find at the top of the wish list of many collectors.
What an amazing career by the original Japanese sensation Ichiro Suzuki who collected more than 3,000 hits during his MLB career (after nine seasons playing in Japan!)
To acknowledge the surefire Hall of Famer (in 2025), we list his best rookie cards in our opinion for collectors to collect.
I came across an interesting story by amNewYork here where they got to see inside Topps headquarters.
It’s neat to see that the office currently located in Lower Manhattan in New York City is filled with everything baseball including poster-sized prints of classic cards to seats from the old Shea Stadium in their conference room.
But one part in the article piqued my interest in particular. It’s the whole idea of the Topps Now cards.
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One of the most common questions we get (especially through our Instagram DMs) is, “What’s the value of this baseball card, football card, hockey card, basketball card?”
Dual autograph relic cards are still rare enough that having one, especially with superstar players, is a real treat.
It’s not often an Orange Refractor of the Nolan Arenado’s Bowman Chrome Prospect autograph baseball card is put up for auction.
But there’s one ending Sunday night (9 pm EST).
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.
This is an almost obligatory post whenever a Derek Jeter 1993 SP Foil Rookie Card that’s graded a PSA 10 (Gem Mint) is up for sale.