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Tag Archives: Donruss

Ripping Retail: An Excell bulk baseball repack

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he explores what can be found in a $9.99 250-card baseball pack from Excell Marketing in this latest Ripping Retail video.

First Look: 2011 Donruss Rated Rookies Boxed Set

A sneak peek at Panini’s 2011 Donruss Rated Rookies Boxed Set

Your Turn: What one baseball card is the worst ever?

What one card is the worst ever made — and why? (BASEBALL ONLY)

At the National: An Absolute SuperCollector

Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds caught up with one Absolutely dedicated SuperCollector who came to the National Sports Collectors Convention on a mission …

U.S. Women’s National Team kicks it into high gear

The U.S. women don’t appear on many trading cards, but thanks to some foresight by Donruss in 2008 and Upper Deck’s push to add cards from the Women’s Professional Soccer to its MLS products, they’ve got more than you might think.

Dick Perez discusses Diamond Kings, the hobby & more in upcoming issues of Beckett Sports Card Monthly

A collector might best remember Dick Perez from his Diamond Kings cards made by Donruss in the 1980s — and that’s what we recently hooked up with him to discuss for the next issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly dedicated solely to the decade where the hobby exploded into the mainstream and started to become what it is today.

Donruss Delivers Thanksgiving Game Cards

Donruss will produce Thanksgiving Game cards for both NFL games and distribute more than 120,000 sets tomorrow in Dallas and Philadelphia.

Card gallery: 2008 Leaf Limited football

As promised with yesterday’s gallery of higher-end insert cards from Donruss’ 2008 Leaf Limited, here’s another gallery of cards one can expect to find in the product, which hits hobby shops next week.

First look: 2008 Leaf Limited football insert cards

Check out this selection of some key cards from the upcoming 2008 Leaf Limited NFL set that hits hobby shops on Oct. 29.

A positive example for sticker autographs?

We all know the reasons why trading card manufacturers use stickers for autographs. And we all know the many reasons why collectors often don’t like them.