Tag Archives: game-used cards

The Relic contained in this Chris Davis Museum Collection card is from a specific game and season

It’s a nameplate of a black Louisville Slugger M356 model that Davis splintered at the handle when facing Jon Lester during the bottom of the fourth inning on March 31, 2014, in Oriole Park at Camden Yards. How do I know this? The MLB Authentication sticker tells me just that.

Press Pass VP confirms company is finished (updated)

NASCAR’s lone trading card manufacturer, Press Pass, will be closing its doors.

Panini addresses Flawless football mistakes

Panini America admitted on Tuesday that it made a mistake on some game-used cards in its 2014 Flawless football card set.

Beckett 20 Questions on … memorabilia cards

It’s all memorabilia cards all the time as we prep The Game-used Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly, so it is right here, too. Here is the latest installment of 20 Questions — all about mem cards.

More mem than ever: Memorabilia card total jumps 35 percent in less than three years

You might think that we’re seeing fewer game-used memorabilia cards in our packs these days as collector tastes continue to evolve and new creations capture our attention. You’d be wrong.

Card Gallery: 2014 Topps Tribute packs some non-traditional Relics — and plenty of autos

This year’s edition of Topps Tribute arrives on Wednesday with some new design touches on the autographs, some new types of jumbo memorabilia cards and a more futuristic look for the traditionally holo-centric brand.

Three memorabilia dealers plead guilty to mail fraud in sales of fake game-used jerseys

The New York Daily News reported on Monday night that three sports memorabilia dealers pleaded guilty to mail fraud on Monday as part of a long-running investigation conducted by the FBI and other federal agencies.