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Baseball Card News This Week – February 26th, 2010

February 26, 2010

If you’ve sent out a baseball card to a major league team

for a player to sign and haven’t received it back in a short time, don’t despair. As you’ll see, one collector received his autograph request through the mail after waiting quite a long time. How about 15 years after his originial request?

I’d guess that there are quite a few collectors who can identify with Woody Paige’s pain at discovering the current value of a complete 1958 Topps baseball set.

A 1992 Derek Jeter autographed Little Sun High School card, graded PSA 9, sold for $1,136 in auction on eBay, on Feb. 25. This card seems pretty rare. Does anyone have any more information about this card and where it came from?

 2010 Topps Heritage baseball was set for release this past week (Feb. 25).  You can see the first look pics on the Beckett Blog here

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Baseball Card News This Week – February 5, 2010

February 6, 2010

Jim Caple of ESPN wrote an interesting article about baseball cards recently. He speaks about the joy brought by the ancipation of opening a pack of baseball cards. This is really what it’s all about, isn’t it?

Talk about anticipation of opening a pack………two awesome cut signatures cards were pulled in the same store on the same day in Dallas. How cool is that?

We had yet another lawsuit involved with our hobby.

A 1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card, #311, graded PSA 5.5, sold on eBay for $16,500 this past week.

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Baseball Card News This Week – December 23, 2009

December 23, 2009

Although Topps will be the exclusive MLB sports card of 2010, they don’t have exclusive rights to the MLBPA. Didn’t stop them from signing an exclusive agreement with one of the phenoms of this generation.

Going along with the spirit of the season, a hobby shop in NJ (not too far from my home town), is generously giving away a 10-pack of 2009 Upper Deck baseball cards (or similar) to anyone who donates needed baseball equipment for the Asbury Park Little League. If you live in the area, help this little league out and get yourself a nice gift in return.

The 2009 Bowman Draft Picks Best prices on brand viagra and Prospects Baseball Card release came out on December 23rd.

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Baseball Card News This Week – October 28, 2009

October 28, 2009

Upper Deck recently revealed it’s plans for a 2010 cheap viagra online baseball card set with it’s 2010 Upper Deck Exquisite release information. These Upper Deck baseball cards will feature a 100 card base set limited to only 75 copies.

Buster Posey, the young San Francisco Giants catcher, was named the Topps Minor League Player of the Year for 2009. Will this have an effect on his baseball card value?

2009 Topps Triple Threads Baseball was released on October 21.

Upper Deck sponsored the 2009 Player’s Choice Awards. The outstanding rookie award was won by J.A. Happ of the Phillies, and Gordon Beckham of the White Sox.

It’s thought, at least by one author, that this year’s World Series could have the makings of a classic, positively impacting the baseball card collecting hobby.

2009 TriStar Signa Cuts Bronx Edition will be released later this week.

A 1952 Topps Willie Mays baseball card, graded PSA 6, sold for $1,275 on eBay. It’s arguably the second most famous baseball card from the 1952 Topps set, behind this one.

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Baseball Card News This Week – October 21, 2009

October 21, 2009

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Topps gave us a first look at their 2010 Series 1 baseball card release.

A 1954 Ted Williams baseball card, purchased for $5,500, was stolen from a motel in upstate New York.

Upper Deck announced free baseball cards with it’s “National Packtime” day to be held in 2010.

Another collector had their entire collection stolen. It was valued at $40,000 according to the owner. More news which should encourage collectors to insure their property.

A T205 Ty Cobb graded by GAI sold for $3,200 on eBay.

Upper Deck announced short print information for 2009 Goodwin Champions.

And that’s a quick look at baseball card news for the week of October 21, 2009.  

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