Most card collectors will have heard of Beckett in some shape or form. Launched by James Beckett in the mid 1980’s, he was responsible for many of the early industry price guides from the 70’s, and his company eventually progressing into grading in 1999. In the here and now, the Beckett Grading Service (BGS) is a leading name when it ...

The abrupt exit of Mookie Betts has created quite the void in the middle of the BoSox line up.  All signs point to Rafael Devers being ready to fill it.  In his third season (and first full one) Rafael made a BIG splash on the scene by compiling a .311/.361/.916 triple-slash to go along with 32 round-trippers (stats courtesy of ...

Last year, Willie Calhoun showed some MASSIVE potential.  Which means, there’s just as much potential in a sound Willie Calhoun rookie card investment strategy (related: Gavin Lux Rookie Cards)! In what was a breakout season for the young slugger, Calhoun posted 21 long balls to go with 48 RBI in only half a season of at-bats.  We, like many others, ...

Ken Griffey Jr. rookie cards are some of the best investments in the hobby and are hotter than hotcakes. The retired outfielder spent the majority of his career with the Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds.  A living legend, he made the MLB All-Century Team, and was a 13-time All-Star over two decades. Here’s a list with five of the best ...

Kobe Bryant (aka The Black Mamba, aka KB24) was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers with the 13th overall pick in the 1996 NBA Draft (talk about an absolute steal!) Kobe Bean Bryant (was born on August 23, 1978, and passed on January 26, 2020, in a tragic helicopter accident. He was an American professional basketball player and was considered ...