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Tag Archives: Tom Berenger

Jobu gets his own Major League baseball card in Topps’ oversized online release

Jobu gets a baseball card after all.

Major League autographs create perfect storm + 2014 Topps Archives Box Busters on location

Who knew Wild Thing — and the rest of the Major Leaguers — could drive them this wild 25 years later?

My Major League Obsession: Jake Taylor, Pedro Cerrano & Co. have a big place in my collection

Here’s a collecting confession for you: My priciest collectibles purchase of the last few years was the game-used uniform of a washed-up catcher with bad knees who is now 62 years old.

Topps confirms final checklist for Major League autographs in upcoming Archives set

The red tags were put into lockers so we now know who’s in the Major League autograph set coming in 12 days from 2014 Topps Archives.

Ricky Vaughn — aka Charlie Sheen — is first confirmed Major League signer for 2014 Topps Archives

Forget about the curveball, Ricky. Give ‘em the heater.

TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS III: Olds’ try at making official ‘Major League’ baseball cards

Armed with Photoshop and a DVD for screenshots, Beckett Media’s Chris Olds decided to build his own Major League card set to hold him over until next May when Topps does it for real.

First look: 2014 Topps Archives baseball cards — the home of Major League autographs & more

Topps offered the first looks and basic product information for 2014 Topps Archives on Tuesday afternoon, and there are some notable new inclusions that have never been done before with major leaguers.

My first Registry is easily beatable … or is it?

I was as predictable as can be once I saw that the Beckett Graded Registry was live today. I went back to my well — and instead registered my toughest find.

A long-awaited Major League mailday

Join Beckett Baseball’s Chris Olds as he completes a collecting journey of sorts with a recent mailday for an item he has written about several times in the past.

Card Gallery: The still-elusive 1989 Major League Movie baseball card set

It’s not an expensive set at all but it’s one that I have never seen in-person, let alone had a chance to own. It’s a real 11-card set of slightly over-sized photos featuring the stars of David S. Ward’s first baseball movie.