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Posted on April 4, 2014 – 8:25 am | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | 2014 Topps Archives, baseball movies, Bob Uecker, Charlie Sheen, Cleveland Indians, Corbin Bernsen, featured, Major League, movie memorabilia, Ricky Vaughn, Tom Berenger, Topps, Topps Archives | Comments (4)
Forget about the curveball, Ricky. Give ‘em the heater.
Posted on October 30, 2013 – 6:26 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Just for Fun | 2014 Topps Archives, autographs, Bob Uecker, Charlie Sheen, Cleveland Indians, Corbin Bernsen, David S. Ward, Dennis Haysbert, featured, Harry Doyle, Jobu, Los Angeles Dodgers, Lou Brown, Major League, MLB, movie memorabilia, Paramount, Pedro Cerrano, Rene Russo, Ricky Vaughn, Steve Yeager, Tom Berenger, Topps, totally fake baseball cards, Wesley Snipes, Willie Mays Hayes | Comments (14)
Armed with Photoshop and a DVD for screenshots, Beckett Media’s Chris Olds decided to build his own Major League card set to hold him over until next May when Topps does it for real.
Posted on October 29, 2013 – 4:17 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | 1989 topps, 2014 Topps Archives, Corbin Bernsen, featured, Major League, Tom Berenger, Topps | Comments (35)
Topps offered the first looks and basic product information for 2014 Topps Archives on Tuesday afternoon, and there are some notable new inclusions that have never been done before with major leaguers.
Posted on July 23, 2013 – 3:45 pm | Author: Susan Lulgjuraj
Non-Sports | Ally Sheedy, Corbin Bernsen, Cryptozoic, Cryptozoic Entertainment, Dule Hill, George Takei, James Roday, Psych, Psych trading cards, Rachael Leigh Cook | Comments (2)
The Cryptozoic team is getting ready for the release by teasing us with images of the autographs.
Posted on August 22, 2011 – 11:27 am | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Non-Sports | 1989 Major League Movie, Charlie Sheen, Cleveland Indians, Corbin Bernsen, Dennis Haysbert, featured, Jake Taylor, James Gammon, Lou Brown, Major League, Pedro Cerrano, Roger Dorn, Tom Berenger, Wesley Snipes | Comments (17)
It’s not an expensive set at all but it’s one that I have never seen in-person, let alone had a chance to own. It’s a real 11-card set of slightly over-sized photos featuring the stars of David S. Ward’s first baseball movie.