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Tag Archives: World Series

World Series champion Giants get Oyo figures

It will be a while before we see baseball cards of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants, but Oyo Sports isn’t toying around with its postseason tribute.

Beckett 20 Questions … on the World Series

The World Series all comes down to one game on Wednesday night — the winner take all in Game 7.

Royals fan Paul Rudd gets Topps baseball card

Now, thanks to Topps, they can get his baseball card — and all Topps had to do was trade him a 1975 Topps George Brett Rookie Card to seal the deal.

Does Gerald Posey have MLB’s best nickname?

Where does Gerald Posey’s nickname — Buster — rank among baseball’s best?

Cards can be solemn reminder of life

There are certain events in life that will never be forgotten, but rarely are those moments captured on a single baseball card.

Alex Gordon’s two hottest cards should not exist

Two of Alex Gordon’s hottest baseball cards shouldn’t exist at all.

World Series teams get new Topps prints

The World Series begins tomorrow and Topps already has it covered.

No Royals stars wear a hobby crown just yet

There may be Cadillacs in collectors’ dreams, but that’s not yet a reality — even if they truly are Royals.

Beckett Baseball 20 Questions … on the 2014 season and its cardboard so far

Take a break from the action and check out our latest 20 Questions on the best players of 2014 as well as offer your take on today’s cardboard and more.

First look: 2014 Topps Update baseball cards

It’s time for an update — 2014 Topps Update, that is.

Coming Soon — Beckett Yearbook: Best of 2013

Joining the Beckett lineup beginning in December will be the Beckett Yearbook, a full-color look at the Best of 2013.

Without question, Cardinals rookie Michael Wacha is the one World Series player to watch on cards

Sorry Red Sox fans, when it comes to cardboard there’s only one player to watch in this year’s World Series — at least for now — and it’s Cardinals rookie Michael Wacha.

Behind the Scenes: Making World Series bats at the Louisville Slugger factory

Take a look at what was happening Monday at the Louisville Slugger Factory — making World Series bats, some of which are destined to end up on or even in baseball cards.

Beckett 20 Questions on … the 2013 MLB season (and its cardboard so far)

The regular season has come and gone with a few new faces, some surprises and plenty of cardboard — but there’s plenty still to come on the field and on cards. Tell us what you think of it all in the latest 20 Questions.

Jermaine Dye discusses his favorite baseball cards – and the weirdest thing he’s ever signed

By Dan Good | Contributing Editor Jermaine Dye returned to his second home this weekend. Bring a World Series title to Chicago for the first time in 88 years, and you’re bound to make some new friends. Dye led the White Sox to the championship in 2005, winning MVP honors in a four-game sweep of […]

World Series slugger Pablo Sandoval has just one Rookie Card

With three home runs in his first three at-bats Wednesday night — two off of reigning AL Cy Young winner and MVP Justin Verlander — in Game 1 of the World Series, San Francisco Giants third baseman Pablo Sandoval just might be on the minds of a few collectors.

NLCS hero Marco Scutaro is a cardboard enigma

Marco Scutaro’s emergence as one of the San Francisco Giants’ key players late this season culminated with him being named the NLCS MVP Monday night.

Baseball’s shaving cream celebrations aren’t new

Sorry, A.J. Burnett – someone else beat you to the shaving cream celebration.

Exclusive: St. Louis Cardinals’ Rally Squirrel gets a 2012 Topps baseball card

The Rally Squirrel has a rookie card.

TRISTAR signs Lance Berkman to autograph deal

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder and World Series champion Lance Berkman has signed an exclusive autograph deal with TRISTAR, the company announced Tuesday.

David Freese’s autographs aren’t plentiful

Cardinals third baseman David Freese’s jersey may have been left in tatters after his game-winning home run in the bottom of the 11th Thursday night in St. Louis but interest in his baseball cards have to be at an all-time high.

Commentary: Rangers might not be lone-star team after World Series win tonight

It’s no secret that, on cardboard, the Texas Rangers have one player who stands out from the rest in the hobby and on the national stage — that’s Josh Hamilton.

Nutty question: Should the rally squirrel get a 2012 Topps baseball card?

We may be nuts, but we have to wonder … will the famed rodent with more than 28,300 followers on Twitter end up having a baseball card in the 2012 Topps set?

Topps readies World Series commemorative card set

The lone fully licensed manufacturer of MLB trading cards unveiled its plans for a World Series commemorative team set on Wednesday, just hours before the first pitch of Game 1 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Texas Rangers.