Posted on November 5, 2014 – 4:58 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Latest News | 2002 Bowman Chrome Draft, 2003 SP Authentic, 2011 Bowman Chrome Draft, 2012 Panini Golden Age, Ben Bradlee, BGS Diary, Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein, Hideki Matsui, Jeremy Brown, Joe Panik, Moneyball, New York Yankees, Oakland A's, San Francisco Giants | Comments (10)
Today, I got back my batch of five cards from October so I figured it might be a time to try creating a BGS Diary entry. Click to see which five cards I decided to submit.
Posted on September 30, 2011 – 11:56 am | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Football, Pro Wrestling | 1980 Topps, 1986 Donruss, Jeremy Brown, Jose Canseco, Nick Swisher, Oakland A's, Rickey Henderson, WWE | Comments (0)
Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds breaks down a mailday of purchases made over the last few months on Checkoutmycards.com.
Posted on September 24, 2011 – 2:36 am | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Jeremy Brown, memorabilia, Moneyball, movies, Oakland A's, Scott Hatteberg | Comments (11)
Just enjoy the show. You’ll understand that when you see the new Brad Pitt baseball movie Moneyball, a film that’s really not just a baseball movie — it’s a drama that’s one part sports film, one part business film and, without a doubt, a Film (capital F) that will resonate for a few people for different reasons.
Posted on September 19, 2011 – 8:06 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Non-Sports | autographs, baseball cards, Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Chad Bradford, featured, Jeremy Brown, Michael Lewis, MLB, Moneyball, Nick Swisher, Non-Sports, Oakland Athletics, Sports Illustrated | Comments (2)
The newest piece of Moneyball memorabilia is this week’s issue of Sports Illustrated, which features Brad Pitt on the cover. This is sure to be a popular item for sports-minded autograph seekers to get signed.
Posted on October 27, 2008 – 12:51 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Billy Beane, Brad Pitt, Eric Chavez, Jason Giambi, Jeremy Brown, Joe Blanton, Moneyball, New York Yankees, Nick Swisher, Oakland A's, Scott Hatteberg, Tim Hudson | Comments (5)
Columbia Pictures recently signed a writer and director for a possible adaptation of the best-selling baseball book Moneyball, which explores the unorthodox scouting and business procedures of the small-market Oakland A’s and General Manager Billy Beane. Who’s possibly in line to play Beane? Brad Pitt.