Tag Archives: totally fake baseball cards

Totally Fake Rookie Cards: 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. (Old-Kid version)

That’s where our Totally Fake Rookie Cards crew comes in. Right here, right now, you can see what a new version of that card might look like.

Totally Fake Rookie Cards: 1969 Topps Kenny Stabler

The late Kenny “Snake” Stabler might be best-known for his legendary days as a member of the Oakland Raiders — a Hall of Fame caliber career that included 15 years in the NFL, more than 27,000 yards and 194 touchdowns.

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.

Albert Pujols signs with Los Angeles Angels

Several media outlets are reporting this morning that Albert Pujols — the most-coveted free agent this year and the best hitter in baseball — has signed a 10-year, $250-million-plus contract with the Los Angeles Angels.

TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS II: 29 Albert Pujols cards you won’t see in 2012 … and one you might

This year’s biggest question in baseball is “Where will Albert Pujols go?” and it’s one that has ramifications for the game, its salary records and, of course, for many a collectors’ baseball cards.

TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS: 29 Derek Jeters you won’t see in 2011 … and one you just might

You won’t see Derek Jeter “baseball cards” presented here anywhere in 2011 — but there will be at least one that could be made …