NFL Players Association signs exclusive deal with Panini

Begining in 2016, Panini will be the only sports trading card manufacturer that can produce NFL trading cards. According to Darren Rovell, ESPN sports business reporter, the NFL Players Association and Panini have agreed to a multi-year deal that will make Panini the exclusive maker of football cards. This means that Topps will no longer … Continue reading “NFL Players Association signs exclusive deal with Panini”

Sports Card Radio: Raffles, razzes, and girls that look like boys

If you’ve ever listened to Sports Card Radio, a podcast about sports cards, you probably know that host Colin Tedards is not a fan of raffles. It’s where someone takes an unopened, factory sealed box of sports cards and charges people for the privilegeĀ of getting all the cards from a specific team. The team you … Continue reading “Sports Card Radio: Raffles, razzes, and girls that look like boys”

Sports Card Radio: ‘Nothing against the Magic people, but most of them are not the most spendy, big-wallet type of people’

On the February 13 episode of Sports Card Radio, my new favorite podcast, host Colin Tedards interviewed Ryan Kent Jr. from BallCardsRadio.com. Ryan is a 14-years-old high school freshman who’s been collecting sports cards for ten years, and he now has his own podcast that Colin has been listening to. During the interview, the discussion … Continue reading “Sports Card Radio: ‘Nothing against the Magic people, but most of them are not the most spendy, big-wallet type of people’”

2013 Topps Heritage Derek Jeter hand numbered mini card

I picked up a jumbo pack of 2013 Topps Heritage Baseball at Wal-Mart this past Sunday afternoon. After I got home that day, I opened the pack to see what I had. One of the cards I pulled was a tiny, micro version of a regular Derek Jeter card. It also had “062/100” written in … Continue reading “2013 Topps Heritage Derek Jeter hand numbered mini card”