2011 Topps Tribute
Baseball Hall of Famer Gary Carter, a member of the 1986 World Series champion New York Mets, lost his battle with cancer on Thursday. He was 57.
It’s only fair to show off a nice card after Fail Horn Friday kicked off this afternoon. Last year was known for its impressive (and hyped up) rookies. Topps Tribute, which has looked slightly better than in the past, has put out a really great card co…
Yesterday I got home and found a bubble mailer from Topps. Not sure if there could have been a better place to get a bubble mailer from than them, well except if a blogger or friend sent a Cano autograph or Pujols autograph.I opened the envelope and t…
The Albert Pujols Rookie Card buyback redemptions found in packs of 2011 Topps Tribute aren’t just good for copies of Pujols’ Topps RCs.
I bet most of you are like what the hell is a “Santa Gilmo”? Well, let me tell you. Santa Gilmo runs the website Freedom Cardboard, if this is the first you are hearing of his site I will assume you live under a rock or just started collecting today….
By Chris Olds | Baseball Editor Our Box Busters video fried and went to video purgatory — it happens … but we’ll re-film another soon — but we didn’t want to wait to show off some of what was inside one box of 2011 Topps Tribute. A definite highlight was the Lou Gehrig card seen [...]
We stopped by Nick’s Sports Cards in Dallas late last week and saw one collector, who didn’t want to be shown on camera, ripping into some boxes. He did let us record this box of 2011 Topps Tribute, though.
The jig is up! 2011 Topps Tribute is now live.I debated posting this at all because I don’t want anyone stealing the cards I’m watching but I figured I would be nice in the hopes that the favor would be returned. So if you didn’t know about this befo…
The most sought-after modern day Rookie Card — the $4,000 2001 Bowman Chrome Albert Pujols — will be found in packs of 2011 Topps Tribute as a buyback, the company announced on Wednesday morning.
Topps announced on Wednesday morning that it is adding former home run champ and Hall of Famer Hank Aaron to its 2011 autograph lineup — Aaron’s first signatures for the company in five years.