Posts tagged Topps Baseball
By Drew Pelto, AKA *censored*
About a year ago, my good friend Dave Roberts (no, not the 2004 ALCS hero, but rather the radio DJ in Ohio and Texas) gave me his card collection.
Mostly spanning the late 80s to early 90s, it was almost like a smaller version of my own collection, minus the hockey. Now the years are a bit different as he’s 6 years older than me. My collection primarily spans 1991-1997, whereas his spans mainly 1987-1993.
And smack dab in the middle of those years is 1990. I’m sure you can see where this is going. While the shoeboxes More >
by Drew Pelto, AKA *censored*
Unless you’re an Atlanta Braves fan, 1995 was likely a forgettable year of baseball. Each team lost 18 games from the schedule due to a strike that, when all was said and done at its end, only proceeded to screw over the fans and small market teams. I have a late April birthday. Opening Day should not come after it. It was the first year in 90 that didn’t have a defending World Series champion from the previous year. Albert JoJuan Belle was screwed out of the AL MVP award by a bitter media.
And Topps released More >
TOPPS TO CELEBRATE COMPANY’S 60th ANNIVERSARY BY UNVEILING THE 60 GREATEST CARDS IN ITS ILLUSTRIOUS HISTORY
For 60 years, Topps has offered its collectors the best baseball cards in the world and now, the question will finally be answered: What is the most popular Topps baseball card of all-time? Over the past 30 days fans have voted and made their voices heard and today, The Topps Company, the leading creator and marketer of sports cards and the official baseball card company of Major League Baseball®, will begin to unveil the top 60 cards in its illustrious history.