There was once a time where you had to be one of those rabid Cardinals fans to be interested in a Dylan Carlson rookie card.  Not anymore.  Over the past year or so, the newfound pride of the Red Bird farm system has EXPLODED up MLB prospect charts.  Some even have the young outfielder in the top 10 overall.  ...

  Interested in a Jose Canseco rookie card?  You’ve come to the right place!  We have 5 in mind that you can still be pick up for a fairly reasonable price (a couple of which seem INCREDIBLY reasonable).  So buckle up and let’s get started!   Jose Canseco’s Impact on the Game   As you know, we’ve already discussed what ...

  Looking to pick up a Mark McGwire rookie card?  That may be a good idea because, when it comes to hitting home runs, NOBODY did it better than Mark McGwire.  And that’s not an opinion either.  Thanks to the stat geeks, we can objectively PROVE that Mark is the best long ball hitter of all time.  How you ask??  ...

  The mid-’80s produced some ICONIC baseball card sets.  Remember how those 1986 and 1987 Topps looked?  Enough said.  In addition to some unforgettable baseball cards, the mid-’80’s also produced some unforgettable baseball players.  And perhaps the most unforgettable (and controversial) of all is none other than Barry Bonds. The asterisk-laden Home Run King debuted in 1986 and went on ...

  Thinking about picking up a Jarred Kelenic rookie card?  Well before you do, it’s important to know a little bit about the prospect’s young career in the bigs. As a former top 10 draft pick, it’s not like Jarred Kelenic came out of nowhere.  However, things didn’t get off to the fastest start for the teenager.  In his first ...

If you’re more than a casual baseball fan, chances are you’ve heard of Wander Franco.  In fact, you may be getting slightly annoyed by how much you’ve heard of him.  At age 19, Wander has quickly ascended to the number 1 prospect in the land and has many scouts and pundits gushing like Tom Cruise on Oprah’s couch (trampoline). While ...

  After a season in which Ronald Acuna Jr. almost joined the prestigious 40/40 club, it comes as no surprise to see many fantasy experts ranking him number 1 on their big boards.  Many would say these so-called gurus would do well to wipe the foam from their mouths and remember Mike Trout still exists.  BUT maybe, just maybe, they’re ...

  It wasn’t long ago when Alex Kirilloff rivaled the likes of Wander Franco and Luis Robert for the honors of the game’s top prospect.  Then came 2019.  In what turned out to be a disappointing season down on the farm, Kiriloff saw his powers numbers dwindle to just 9 long balls and 43 RBI over 375 at-bats.  Compare those ...