Ronald Acuna of the Atlanta Braves is already turning heads and some already see Hall of Fame potential.
Shohei Ohtani, familiar to Japanese baseball fans, showcased what he could do on the mound during a Spring Training game – and he didn’t disappoint, striking out eight of the 12 batters he saw.
For baseball card collectors, Ronald Acuna of the Atlanta Braves will be a familiar name already.
Yankees prospect Miguel Andujar making strong case to stay in big leagues, rookie card value skyrocketing
As if the New York Yankees weren’t stacked enough, top prospect Miguel Andujar could make the lineup even stronger.
The hype on Los Angeles Angels Japanese phenom Shohei Ohtani is growing day by day as we get closer to Opening Day.
Investing in pitchers (especially young ones) are inherently risky in the card collecting business/hobby. But there is always upside too as their autographed rookie cards don’t tend to be as pricey as rookie prospects who don’t pitch.
The formalities of the contract agreement between J.D. Martinez and the Boston Red Sox seem to be hammered out and it’s expected to be officially announced Monday.
Brent Huigens, CEO of the popular PWCC Marketplace that auctions off many investment-grade trading sports cards, showed how the top 500 most valuable trading cards outperformed the S&P 500 index in a recent Forbes article.
Whether he cracks the Opening Day roster, his autographed rookie card should see a bump in value with the hype building on Puk.
The very limited edition of the iconic 2001 Bowman Chrome autograph rookie card of Albert Pujols is up on eBay once again, ending today at 11:35 p.m. EST.
It looks like there’s already mutual respect between Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani of the Los Angeles Angels.
If you’re a Yankees fan or already a baseball card collector, there are plenty of cards to collect that could be worth a lot more if this team becomes the next Yankees dynasty.
Look for Hosmer rookie cards to potentially get a nice boost in value.
While this article focuses on the speed of Byron Buxton, can the Minnesota Twins’ outfielder put it all together with his power-speed combo?
You have less than 24 hours to purchase these team sets, some of which are autographed sets.
With baseball’s spring training just around the corner, there will be plenty of prospects competing for a job to play for their respective Major League clubs.
With a little more bulk and some agility training in the offseason, Benintendi could be looking to have more power and speed this season.
It’ll take deep pockets to start collecting superfractors, but is there anything like being able to say you’re the only one in the world to own that particular card.
With the cost being prohibitive for regular hobbyists to invest in these cards, the Topps Heritage seem to be rising in popularity.
Of the 10, there are three in particular who are popular with collectors for their prospect pedigree and ability to adapt upon their arrival to the majors.
If this MLB.com article is to be believed, Greg Bird of the New York Yankees is poised to have a big season this year.
Often the hype of a prospect is enough to increase the value of the rookie cards (and conversely, when a rookie doesn’t play up to the enormous hype, the value levels off).
Another happy birthday to the great Hank Aaron! Here are some of our favorite modern ‘Hammer’ baseball cards
The “Hammerin’ Hank” Aaron turned 84 years old today and to commemorate his birthday, we selected three of his baseball cards from the modern era.
If you forgot Tom Brady’s first time playing in the big game back in 2001, this 2002 Topps serial numbered card to 150 is a great reminder.
Whether you’re rooting for the perennial playoff contenders The New England Patriots or the resilient Philadelphia Eagles, there are some key players who hope to be the difference in helping their respective team win the Super Bowl.
If you head over to MLB.com and read the article about the 2018 dark horse candidates for MVP, it might be a good time to “buy low” on their rookie cards in case they do breakout.
With the release of the highly anticipated 2018 Topps Series 1 baseball packs this week, it didn’t take long to see some of those hits listed on eBay.
For collectors, it’s no surprise that his graded rookie cards come at a premium price. But with what Trout’s accomplished to date at age 26, it also won’t be surprising if his rookie card value continues to rise.
If money was no object, this card would definitely be on my list to own.
For those who don’t want to spend the inflated price of his Bowman Chrome rookie cards due to all the hype, there are some rookie cards that aren’t as expensive.
The two incredible New York Yankees sluggers and now teammates, Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton, are being described by some as the modern day Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris.
For collectors, expect Ohtani rookie cards to see a boost even before he bats/pitches his first Major League game.
A big congratulations to Chipper Jones who put up extraordinary numbers who played his entire career in the Atlanta Braves organization from 1993 to 2012.
A lot of hobby prospectors might be more excited about collecting Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s autographed rookie card, but he’ll have big shoes to fill after his dad got elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
The 2017 Topps Heritage Real One is pretty sweet though with a great profile shot of New York Yankees legend, on-card autograph, and a perfect PSA Grade 10.
If you’re playing in a keeper league, you’ll have plenty more options including these top 3 prospects according to MLB Pipeline.
If you’re going to get help from a Major League pitcher, it’s hard to beat getting advice from a pitcher of Chris Sale’s calibre.
A new feature we at fivecardguys.com will be putting out is our weekly poll on our Instagram account by clicking our Instagram stories typically on Sunday evenings.
It’s hard to believe these 10 cards (sports and non-sports) highlighted in this article on Beckett.com all turn 25 years old this year.
You’ve heard of the sophomore slump. But how about the sophomore streak?
There are some pretty impressive cards from back in the day that are up for auction.
Just like his former teammate Gerrit Cole who was recently traded to the Houston Astros, Andrew McCutchen will also be leaving the Pittsburgh Pirates to join another potential playoff contending team – the San Francisco Giants.
Because we’re looking forward to Opening Day, we’ll be giving away some random cards over the next few weeks!