Maybe it’s just me, but …
Release Dates and Set Information
2017 Bowman Baseball
New Trading Card Releases
Maybe it’s just me, but …
Topps’ latest wall art offering takes its standard baseball card set and goes big-time — in more ways than one.
It’s time to turn back the clock — and 2016 Topps Heritage will do just that next year.
By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor We’re a picky bunch when it comes to collecting — we choose sides with teams, leagues, players and more. For this month’s 20 Questions in Beckett Baseball, we want you to choose sides with players. Who do you dare to choose in these 20 scenarios? — — —
Topps teased 2015 Allen & Ginter X online on Wednesday, and it’s an online exclusive edition of the brand printed with a black background and the 10th anniversary stamp.
Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds busted a hanger box of 2015 Topps Chrome … and here are the results.
One of baseball’s banned legends might appear on more baseball cards soon — if a big announcement comes from Major League Baseball on Tuesday.
Shortstop Carlos Correa signed an exclusive autograph and memorabilia deal with Topps, the company announced Wednesday.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds and Brian Fleischer as they rip into boxes of 2015 Topps Chrome in this latest edition of Box Busters.
The company revealed the 2015 Topps Chrome Metal Sign line of wall art on Thursday, and it’s an offering of 10-by-14 metal prints for a selection of players who appear on the newly released 2015 Topps Chrome checklist.
Get a detailed look at 2016 Topps Series 1 Baseball including checklist, images, full product overview, release date, hobby box info and more.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a box of 1991 Topps in this latest Ripping Retail Retro video.
Topps’ latest reveal for a 2016 baseball product is one that’s clearly aimed at kids — with the hopes that the collecting bug will stick.
This marks the first time that a flagship Topps baseball set has been without borders. Plenty of other brands have taken this approach in the past, but never in the main set.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he rips into a box of 1993 Topps Series 1 — home of the Derek Jeter Rookie Card — in this latest Ripping Retail Retro video.
By Chris Olds | Beckett Baseball Editor Here is our latest batch of 20 Questions … all about vintage baseball cards. — — —
Topps added seven new MLB rookies to its 2015 MLB Call-ups wall art line on Wednesday, a brand of 10- by 14-inch prints of their debut Bowman cards printed on quarter-inch acrylic for an added three-dimensional effect when placed onto a wall.
Card No. 1 is Minnesota Twins outfielder Byron Buxton. Card No. 2 is Los Angeles Dodgers slugger Joc Pederson and card No. 3 is Cleveland Indians infielder Francisco Lindor.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Brian Fleischer and Chris Olds as they rip into boxes of 2015 Topps Allen & Ginter in this latest edition of Box Busters.
One of my goals every time I set foot on the floor of a National Sports Collectors Convention is to find a single interesting item that could serve as a single memorable souvenir of the trip. It’s not that easy on a smaller budget or if you don’t have an organized want list, but I managed to do that in the final hours of the show.
Would you dare to tear? Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds rips his 2015 Topps Allen & Ginter Double Rip Card in this tear-worthy Box Busters video.
Who’s your favorite Hall of Famer?
Do you rip it? Do you dare to tear?
This year’s edition of Topps’ popular Allen & Ginter line is the 10th version of the retro-styled brand and one of the inclusions in this year’s product that makes it stand out is something we’ve seen before.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds and Brian Fleischer as they rip into boxes of 2015 Bowman Inception in this latest episode of Box Busters.
The wait is over for the biggest questions about one of the hobby’s most-popular products. Who will be signing for Allen & Ginter this year?
The Gold set is limited to only 10 serial-numbered copies and is $199.99, while the Silver set is limited to 49 copies at $99.99. Each is printed on 16-point glossy card stock.
The latest Topps baseball brand is Fire — but you won’t find these cards in packs.
You can now put The Club on your wall.
A Bowman brand came off the calendar for this year and 2015 Topps Strata is replacing it.
Here’s a rundown of five overlooked Joc Pederson baseball cards …
Those Stadium Club parallels may not be numbered, but that doesn’t mean they’re not rare.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Brian Fleischer and Chris Olds as they rip into boxes of 2015 Topps Series 2 in this latest edition of Box Busters.
Join Beckett Baseball’s Brian Fleischer and Chris Olds as they rip into boxes of 2015 Topps Stadium Club in this latest edition of Box Busters.
One tradition that we have come to expect in the hobby has been the strong photography found in Topps’ Stadium Club brand.