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Tag Archives: Cooperstown

Preview Gallery: 2013 Panini Cooperstown

On a day where many could be talking about those excluded from Cooperstown this year, let’s take a second to see who’s included in Cooperstown this year.

We all lose with MLB’s PED problem and how it’s reflected in Hall of Fame voting results

Cheating in baseball has affected us in subtle ways as fans — and in not-so-subtle ways it has affected our cardboard.

Vin Scully’s first certified autograph in demand

One of the hotter baseball cards on the secondary market these days is one that’s in short supply and features a first-time signer who turns 85 years old today.

Panini’s Cooperstown includes first baseball cards of first woman elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

If one wants to see the depth of the inclusions in the new 2012 Cooperstown baseball card set from Panini America, one doesn’t need to land a Vin Scully autograph or an Alexander Cartwright card.

Readers Write: Meeting heroes at Cooperstown

Here’s the latest of many letters in response to Beckett Baseball Editor Chris Olds’ run-in with Hall of Famer Reggie Jackson as found in the October 2012 issue.

Memorabilia takes center stage in Cooperstown

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, N.Y., is home to the greatest collection of baseball memorabilia in the world.

Someday, I’ll have a Hall of Fame focus

If you’ve collected for any amount of time, you’ve probably had the moment where you sit back, look at all of the hot mess that is your collection and wondered what your focus is.

Simplicity and greatness all with a click

They’re as simple as it gets when it comes to a Hall of Fame collectible, they have been around for years and are heavily chased as autograph items.

Josh Hamilton’s key baseball cards heat up

His bat is headed to Cooperstown, his baseball cards are headed upward.

First Look: 2012 Panini Cooperstown baseball

Panini America is aiming to make “Cooperstown” synonymous with one more thing — baseball cards.

Guest column: Santo is right for Cooperstown

Ron Santo’s “Golden Era” ticket into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Monday morning had been a long time coming for one of the greatest ambassadors the game has ever known.