Not that I’ve ever experienced it yet, but the feeling of owning a unique card, a 1/1, a superfractor, I’d imagine would be between super cool and super surreal.
Those packs of cards that were found in the attic from the Bowman 1948 set – the first time the company produced a set for baseball – were recently auctioned off by the Mile High Card Company for a staggering $521,183.
Calling it one of the best moments of his career, Colorado Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado capped off his cycle-hitting day on Father’s Day with a walk-off homerun.
If you believe in the list here of the “five young aces in the making,” then it wouldn’t hurt to see what their rookie cards are worth today.
Much has been said about Houston Astros’ Jose Altuve’s small stature, standing at just five-foot six-inches. But anyone who follows baseball knows there’s more discussion these days on what he’s doing on the field.
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. It certainly will be for the fathers of these MLB players who each recalled how influential their dads were to them. Check out the video here and see what players like Andrew Benintendi, Dansby Swanson, Giancarlo Stanton, and George Springer all had to say about their…
Calling it “the single largest leap forward during our 26-year history,” Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA) President Joe Orlando noted the company is continuing to look for ways to improve its products and services.