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Holy Grail?

Well, not quite, but this USFL Gary Clark rookie card (his true RC) has been a card that i’ve always wanted.  I realize it’s probably not that difficult to find, but every time i saw the card it was a little too expensive or dinged or a part of set that I didn’t want to buy.   125 more words

Washington Redskins

Rookie Card Upgrade: 1966 Topps Jim Palmer

Jim Palmer is kind of one of those Hall of Fame players who easily gets overlooked. Palmer also gets passed over quite a bit in the hobby. 109 more words

Baseball Cards

Thrift Treasures 78: What's in the Box? What's in the Box?!

For as long as I can remember, card storage has always been a fluid topic among collectors.  Some prefer the white cardboard boxes sold at stores.  612 more words

Baseball Cards

Randy Johnson Rookie Card

This morning in the newspaper I read that Randy Johnson was elected to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame.

This was a well deserved honor for Johnson as he was a great pitcher. 276 more words


Babe Ruth Rookie Card On Sale For $695,000

By: Evan Jankens

Sports memorabilia has a huge market, and one of the biggest names in all of sports is Babe Ruth. There’s no red-blooded American who doesn’t know the name. 93 more words


Harmon Killebrew (1955 - Topps #124)

Harmon Clayton Killebrew (“Killer”) was a third & first baseman and a left fielder for his 22-year career (1954 – ’75), most of which was spent with the Washington Senators, who later moved cities to become the Minnesota Twins. 83 more words

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