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Posted on October 7, 2013 – 5:58 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Bad News Bears, Baseball Hall of Fame, Joe Jackson, Josh Hamilton, licensing, Mark Warsop, MLB Properties, MLBPA, Panini America, Panini baseball cards, Pete Rose, Stephen Strasburg, USA Baseball, Vin Scully, Yasiel Puig | Comments (7)
“The time really has flown by — they say that tends to happen when you’re having fun. There’s no denying that we’ve had quite an eventful first two years with the MLBPA license.”
Posted on March 18, 2013 – 1:16 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | featured, MLB, MLB Properties, Topps | Comments (41)
Topps and MLB Properties are extending their exclusive licensing agreement for baseball cards.
Posted on September 13, 2012 – 12:00 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | Bradley Wells, Donruss, FBI, featured, game-used memorabilia, MLB Properties, MLBPA, Panini America, Topps, Upper Deck | Comments (28)
Olds’ Opinion: Allegation of problems in the game-used industry shouldn’t mean every item or every memorabilia card is suspect.
Posted on July 3, 2012 – 6:57 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball, Box Busters & Ripping Retail | 2012 SP Signature Edition Baseball, autographs, MLB Properties, MLBPA, Upper Deck | Comments (153)
Join Beckett Baseball’s Brian Fleischer and Chris Olds as they rip into a pair of 2012 Upper Deck SP Signature Edition boxes in this latest edition of Box Busters.
Posted on March 1, 2012 – 5:32 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | baseball cards, featured, licensing, MLB, MLB Properties, MLBP vs. Upper Deck, Upper Deck | Comments (25)
MLB Properties, the licensing arm of the Major League Baseball and its teams, filed a lawsuit against Upper Deck in U.S. District Court on Wednesday seeking more than a quarter-million dollars owed to it as part of a previous trademark infringement and breach of contract lawsuit.
Posted on September 15, 2011 – 11:30 am | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | baseball cards, featured, licensing, MLB, MLB Properties, Panini America | Comments (13)
Panini America and the Major League Baseball Players Association have signed a multi-year deal giving the Texas-based division of the world’s largest collectibles company the right to make MLBPA-approved baseball cards beginning this year.
Posted on July 12, 2011 – 8:49 pm | Author: chrisolds
Baseball | 2011 DEEE, baseball, baseball cards, CLC, Donruss Elite Extra Edition, featured, licensing, MLB, MLB Properties, MLBPA, Panini America, Topps, Upper Deck | Comments (4)
As the rumors continue to swirl regarding baseball licensing news — whether a card company will be awarded some type of license by the MLB Players Association — Panini America announced a little something on Tuesday night during the Midsummer Classic.