It’s the autograph cards, some numbered to 69 in red ink, that we really like including of course arguably the most talked about player this season – Shohei Ohtani.
Since the 2017 Topps Definitive baseball card boxes were released recently, there have been more sweet hits popping up on eBay.
Injuries happen to all players whether a pitcher, catcher or any other position player.
Look at Washington Nationals outfielder Adam Eaton who tore his ACL trying to beat out an infield single and is out for the rest of the season.
But it’s always a little (ok a lot) more worrisome when pitchers experience pain or is sidelined because of injury on their throwing arm. For collectors, there’s built-in risk when investing in pitchers as we discussed earlier in the case of Alex Reyes.
Now another elite pitcher in New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard had one start pushed back due to biceps discomfort, which could be nothing…or it could be the start of something that comes back to bother him throughout his career.
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The holiday season is now well past us, but our local Walmart just finally received their shipment of 2016 Topps Baseball holiday boxes (this is… Read More »REVIEW: 2016 Topps Baseball Holiday Box (with video of the box break)
I just opened a blaster box of Topps Baseball Series 1 that I bought from Walmart and it was a bust.