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Tag Archives: derek jeter

Steiner Sports signs David Price to DJ3K auto deal

Steiner Sports announced on Thursday that the Tampa Bay Rays starter who gave up career hit No. 3,000 to the New York Yankees shortstop has signed a deal with the company to autograph items related to the home run he served up to Jeter last Saturday.

Steiner Sports launches DJ3K memorabilia line after Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit

Steiner Sports has prepped a line of DJ3K memorabilia now that Derek Jeter has his 3,000 hits.

Derek Jeter hits 3,000 … and we rank his Rookie Cards

Now that he has his 3,000 hits, we dared to rank all eight of Derek Jeter’s rookie cards.

Original Dick Perez painting of Derek Jeter from BSCM’s Art Issue hits auction block

If you saw the recent Art Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, then you saw the original painting by the famed Dick Perez on its cover showcasing New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.

Box Busters preview gallery: 2011 Gypsy Queen baseball cards

While our Box Busters episode is forthcoming sometime soon, we couldn’t wait to show you more of what might be in store from boxes of 2011 Topps Gypsy Queen.

A very special mailday covering the upcoming art issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly

We got a rather large box in the mail today and we wanted our first look at its contents to be seen by you as well.

You’ll never guess who tops MLB jersey sales …

One might think that everybody who wants a Derek Jeter jersey already has one, but 16 years after he made his big-league debut he’s still the game’s No. 1-seller.

Grand Slam patches from In The Game Baseball

By Susan Lulgjuraj | Contributing Editor With In the Game‘s baseball product coming out next week, the company couldn’t help but tease just a few more Grand Slam pieces collectors will be able to find in 2011 ITG Heroes and Prospects Baseball. This time it was all heroes. This massive patch cards appeal to many [...]

TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS: 29 Derek Jeters you won’t see in 2011 … and one you just might

You won’t see Derek Jeter “baseball cards” presented here anywhere in 2011 — but there will be at least one that could be made …