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Tag Archives: Don Mattingly

Ripping Retail: Inside a New York Yankees Fan Box

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a New York Yankees Fan Box — a retail repackage product featuring nothing but pinstripes — in this latest episode of Ripping Retail.

New National Treasures cards evoke memories of an old and soon-to-be-registered treasure

Seeing all the new National Treasures cards, I remembered one time years ago when I found my own little national treasure. Commentary by Chris Olds

Predicting the Baseball Hall of Fame vote … and you can cast your own ballot here

Here’s a look at the most-notable players on the ballot when it comes to cardboard. Also … be sure to tell us how you would vote!

First Look: 2012 Topps Mini Relics & autos

Now, it’s time to see what the autographs and Relics will look like — and find out who’s who on those respective checklists.

First look: 2011 Limited baseball cards

Panini America unveiled its newest forthcoming baseball card product under its MLBPA licensing deal on Thursday, and it’s one that a few collectors might remember from the Donruss days.

Turn Back the Clock: Beckett Monthly magazine, December 1984

In December 1984, Beckett Monthly — now, of course, Beckett Baseball — was the only Beckett magazine for sports cards of any kind. You’d be surprised what you found inside.

A&E’s Yankeeography set impresses in packaging alone

The 16-DVD Yankeeography megaset from A&E is a collection that highlights the 27-time World Series champs and their greatest players.

Topps lets you decide who makes the diamond cut

Topps has had more than a few collectors ripping into packs this year finding Diamond Giveaway code cards that unlock vintage finds and other promotion-exclusive cards.

Inside a mighty mailday … at least for me

Visit any sports card and collectibles forum and you’ll likely see one of these types of posts — a recap of what arrived into a collector’s possession that’s one part “Check This Out!” and one part bragging. It’s one part a reflection of a hobby and, perhaps, a reflection of the madness that is what we do as collectors. It’s the mailday report.