Record Setting Card?
One of the most famous baseball cards in the world is about to go up for auction. Robert Edward Auctions is set to release a T206 Honus Wagner SGC 3 in its Summer Auction. Expectations are that this beauty will break the record for highest price paid for a single sports card. It’s been six years since a SGC 3 Wagner has reached the auction, so this might be your only chance to acquire one of the most desirable baseball cards in history. Oh, and bring your checkbook because it most certainly will not be cheap.
Game-worn Treasure From 1933
Where are our Cubs fans at? Heritage Auctions recently announced they will be offering Woody English’s rare 1933 All-Star uniform in their upcoming Summer Platinum sale. This is a pretty unique jersey seeing as it was worn during the first All-Star game in MLB history. The last game-worn jersey from that historic night was Dick Bartell’s and it sold for over $28,000 in 2008. Bidding begins on July 30th and will close over a two-night period. The auction will include English’s jersey, pants and a signed photo of him wearing the uniform, so I’ll ask again, where the cubs fans at?
Topps Announces 2022 Series 1
Mark your calendars, Topps announced that during the week of February 9th it will be releasing one of its most popular baseball products, 2022 Topps Series 1. This is a big year for Series 1 products seeing as it’s been 70 years since it was first released back in 1952. Does this year ring a bell to anyone? Well it should because it’s the year Topps released its first Mickey Mantle card. This box looks to have a ton of hits, so mark your calendars for it’s release!
The 41st National is Here
IT’S NATIONAL WEEK! It’s been two years since the last National Sports Collectors Convention and it looks like it’s going to live up to the hype. VIP passes are sold out, but you can still grab a general admission ticket before the show starts tonight. If you’re going, make sure to check out Dave & Adam’s booth and possibly win some cool giveaways!
College Athlete Trading Cards
Panini announced an exclusive agreement that allows them to produce trading cards of current college athletes. Panini jumped on this opportunity following the NCAA’s announcement to allow its athletes to profit off their “NIL.” Panini plans to produce cards for college football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball and Olympic sports. We look forward to seeing some future stars in their college uniforms!
Olympic Medal Count (Gold, Silver, Bronze)
- United States: 30 medals (10g, 11s, 9b)
- China: 26 medals (12g, 5s, 9b)
- Japan: 21 medals (12g, 4s, 5b)
AL East– Boston Red Sox
Al Central– Chicago White Sox
Al West– Houston Astros
NL East– New York Mets
NL Central– Milwaukee Brewers
NL West– San Francisco Giants
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