Baseball Cards

Rafael Torres found this historic Babe Ruth baseball card while searching for baseball cards. (Credit: Matt Kozar/CBS2)

In Search Of Raccoons, N.J. Man Finds Vintage Baseball Card Collection In Apartment Wall

A New Jersey man found a treasure buried in the walls of his apartment. It was hidden for decades and he discovered it by accident.


A man sells vintage baseball cards prior to the start of the last game at Yankee Stadium between the Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees on September 21, 2008. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Sy Berger, Father Of Modern Baseball Card, Dies At 91

Using scissors and cardboard at his kitchen table, Berger played around with ideas for trading cards until he struck upon a design that endured for decades.


Pete Rose (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Whose Record? Topps Scrubs Pete Rose From Baseball Cards

We all know Rose is banned from baseball. Apparently that came with a banishment from Topps baseball cards.


Pete Rose (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Keidel: Don’t Hose Pete Rose

Pete Rose is a snake who bet on games he managed and lied about it, and lied about it…and waited until he could turn his confession into coin. But if the man with the most base hits in history isn’t in the Hall of Fame, why do we have one?


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Blog Imagines Derek Jeter In All 30 MLB Uniforms

Beckett Media, which prices baseball cards, is helping out, posting pictures of the shortstop in the jerseys all 30 major league teams, a blog page titled “TOTALLY FAKE BASEBALL CARDS.”