I’ve crunched the numbers and I’m sharing them here. Inside you can find some key stats about the living set including average print run, team breakdowns, and more!
It took me over six months to begin collecting the Topps Living set and less than 8 weeks to catch up and acquire all the cards from the past weeks. Here’s how I did it!
If you are looking for a place to search an inventory of millions of cards, see front and back scans of each one, and be able to combine purchases from multiple sellers into one low cost shipment, then COMC is a site you need to check out.
I am motivated by goals. Yet, despite being such a big part of my life in many areas, I realized I’ve never really taken the time to create actual collecting goals for myself. That changes in 2019!
I preordered 16 cases of 2018 Topps products to see if I could make a profit while adding to my own collection. Well, the results are in and at the end of the year I had a ROI of…….
In what is becoming a fascinating social experiment inside the card collecting world, I present the Topps 582 Montgomery Club. What is the Montgomery Club you may ask? Good Question. Two months in, many members are still asking themselves that same question.
The 2018 Baseball Card release year closes out with a focus on prospects. Check out my review and box break of 2018 Bowman Draft!
It’s time for 2018 Topps Heritage round 3. This time the Minor League Prospects get all the attention. Find out more about this set and what I found inside my two hobby boxes!
Opening boxes of Topps Update while watching playoff baseball has become one of my favorite things to do, and this year is shaping up to be one of the funnest breaks in quite some time.
2018 Topps Heritage High delivers a mid-season release that is packed with some of the season’s biggest rookies!
2018 Topps Archives is out! Check out the results of my blasters including a very special Cub.
Bust it or sell it? What would you do with a fresh 1982 Topps Cello pack?
I busted it wide open!
Let’s just get this out of the way. I liked The Last Jedi. So it didn’t take much convincing from by buddy to get me to buy a box of Topps The Last Jedi Series 2 as my first ever box of non-sports!
I got some Big League Chew for my birthday and it’s as good as I remember!
It’s mid June, the picture of the 2018 baseball season is starting to shape up, and the release of 2018 Topps Series 2 comes just in time to generate some excitement in the month leading up to the All-Star Break.
My single box break of 2018 Topps Pro Debut brought one of the best hits of my life!
Some people spend a lot on cards, some don’t. How does one decide how much is too much?
I didn’t grow up in the 60s, but hot days at the pool, riding bikes around town, and neighborhood ball games were still a part of my daily childhood rituals. The Sandlot brings all those memories back and more!
2018 Score delivers a huge base set of veterans and rookies along with some of the first autographs of the upcoming rookie class! Check out how I beat the odds on my hobby box!
Kris Bryant has some pretty sweet cards that can be found for $15 or less. Check ‘em out!
It’s late April, the baseball season is underway, and that means one thing. The Bowman baseball set is ready to go, and collectors are anxious to get their hands on it!
When it comes to collecting my favorite players, I’m a huge fan of quantity over high priced cards. While 1/1s and high dollar autos have their place in the collecting world, personally, I’d rather have 100 different cards than one high priced auto or parallel. With that in mind, here are seven of my favorite Mike Trout cards, all of which can be found for under $15 on eBay, Amazon, or Sportlots.