It’s a busy time here at Beckett Media as we continue to prepare all of the sports card magazines and books you’ve come to expect — as well as a more than a few extra magazines here and there, too — but we’re not done there.
Beckett’s Tracy Hackler and Chris Olds have signed on to provide occasional sports card and memorabilia items to ESPN.com’s Page 2. So in case you haven’t bounced around online to see what’s going on in the hobby enough, now there’s another possible destination.
Why? It’s a chance to get the hobby some added widespread exposure, perhaps drawing back some of those collectors who’ve left cards behind and forgotten the likes of Topps, Upper Deck, Panini, Press Pass and others.
Here’s a quick rundown of what we’ve done for Page 2 so far …
We’ll update this list every so often after additional items are published.
Oct. 30 — How about a Yankee Stadium office chair?
Sept. 27 – Logan Morrison goes from card shop to majors
Sept. 26 — Topps readies for 60th anniversary
Sept. 11 — Robert Horry signs 1st NBA card
Aug. 29 — Strasburg created buzz on cards
Aug. 16 — New Obak set looks at game changers
July 29 — Tim Tebow’s name is on everything
July 20 – LeBron James’ first Heat card
July 18 — James-Wade-Bosh card surges in value
July 11 – Even Bob Sheppard had a baseball card
July 10 – Jordin Sparks, Stuart Scott in card set
June 28 — Baseball fan cracks code, gets card
June 16 — Strasburg card buyer is sold on pitcher
June 8 — Harper, Strasburg see cards rise
May 15 — Athletes marketing own memorabilia
May 5 — In NHRA, Forces to be Reckoned
April 23 — Tim Tebow’s first “card” in NFL is valuable
April 21 — Hogan, Flair autograph cards for TRISTAR
April 12 — You can have a piece of Texas Stadium
April 6 — So glad Arena League has returned
March 27 – Kobe loves trading cards … seriously
March 27 – WrestleMania winners in the cards
March 19 – Abraham Lincoln appears on a baseball card
March 17 — UFC cards are all the rage
March 1 — You’ll be bugged by these baseball cards
Tracy Hackler is the Editorial Director at Beckett Media, while Chris Olds is the editor of Beckett Baseball. Have a comment, question or idea? Send an e-mail to Hackler at email@example.com or Olds firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Olds on Twitter by clicking here. Follow Hackler on Twitter by clicking here.