Tag Archives: Beckett Baseball

Beckett Baseball: Best of 2011 Fans’ Vote

While we know this week marks the arrival of a new baseball season on cardboard, we’re still technically not done with 2011 just yet. It’s time for the Beckett Baseball awards issue — and we want your votes.

Your Turn (Beckett Baseball issue No. 73): Who would you put in the Hall of Fame?

If you had one vote, who would you vote for and why?

Turn Back the Clock: Beckett Monthly magazine, December 1984

In December 1984, Beckett Monthly — now, of course, Beckett Baseball — was the only Beckett magazine for sports cards of any kind. You’d be surprised what you found inside.

Ever been interested in working in the hobby?

If you’re interested in our pricing efforts and have the knowledge to contribute analysis and market insight on a part-time or even full-time basis, please email us, complete with your resume, at careers@beckett.com.

Title Teasers: Baseball, Football & Basketball

00000 In today’s shipment of freshly-printed sports titles, we received copies of Beckett Basketball #235, Beckett Baseball #68 and Beckett Football #250. Below you’ll find a snapshot of what each magazine has to offer. Collectors can also head to our Facebook page to check out additional magazine scans and more. The material, of course can […]

Contest: Win a copy of Nicktoons MLB video game & vote for your favorites

The postseason will be here before we know it, meaning that the MLB awards voting will be, too, but there’s another vote that’s perhaps as red-hot as the trio of Boston Red Sox on the cover of the latest issue of Beckett Baseball.

So we’ll be mentioning a few players’ Twitter feeds in the next Beckett Baseball …

So we’ll be mentioning a few MLB players’ Twitter feeds in the next Beckett Baseball … here’s an obligatory piece of Nick Swisher multimedia we’ll be sending people to see here from the magazine.

So I noticed something fun on Bryce Harper’s 2011 Bowman card …

But I noticed a little something on the 2011 Bowman Bryce Harper card that every one seems to be treasuring — or at least selling — these days.

Bryce Harper one of two covers for Beckett Baseball No. 45

Next up for Bryce Harper is an appearance on the cover of Beckett Baseball No. 45 as we explore what drives him — and a bit of the circus that comes on cardboard when you’re dubbed the “LeBron James of baseball” — in a five-page feature story by Beckett’s Jon Gold.