Nomar Garciaparra Rookie Cards: A Collector’s Guide
Have you ever wanted to know the value of your favorite Nomar Garciaparra rookie card? Here’s a few cards considered Nomar Garciaparra rookie cards.
What is a Danny Tartabull Baseball Card Worth?
Danny Tartabull was a fairly valuable slugger for a number of MLB teams in the 1980’s and 1990’s, so he was a popular target for baseball card collectors.
Which Willie McGee Red Sox Baseball Card Holds the Most Value?
Willie McGee was a popular Major League Baseball player who mostly played for the St. Louis Cardinals and San Francisco Giants. He also played short stints with two other teams: the Oakland Athletics and the Boston Red Sox. While Willie McGee baseball cards don’t hold much monetary value, that doesn’t stop people from collecting his […]
What’s a Luis Polonia Baseball Card Worth?
Luis Polonia was a journeyman outfielder/designated hitter who is best known for his time with the Oakland A’s, Los Angeles Angels (then known as the California Angels), and three stints with the New York Yankees. He also played for the Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, and Detroit Tigers. One major highlight of Polonia’s career was when […]
Todd Helton 1993 Topps Traded Baseball Rookie Card Review
Todd Helton is easily one of the best baseball players who ever played for the Colorado Rockies. Sure, Hall of Famer Larry Walker played some of his best years in Denver, but Helton played his entire career for the team. Yes, he’s had some personal issues, including DUI arrests after his playing days, but it […]
Dale Mohorcic and his 1987 Career Year in Relief – Junk Wax Baseball Dynasty
Relief pitchers are hardly a big deal in the baseball card hobby. Of course, guys like Dennis Eckersley and Lee Smith have their fans and collectors. But, a lot of the best relief pitchers out there, even the most consistent, don’t have much of a following. Still, when you’re building a dynasty baseball team out […]
Brief Baseball Bios – Earl Wilson
While the 1960 Topps baseball set is rightly better known for a much more valuable Red Sox rookie card in Carl Yastrzemski, another Boston rookie card also deserves attention: that of starting pitcher Earl Wilson. The right-handed Wilson actually didn’t start off that well in his two first two Major League Baseball stints in 1959 […]
Sparky Lyle 1969 Topps – A Baseball Rookie Card Review
Sparky Lyle was a great left-handed relief pitcher for a number of teams, most notably the New York Yankees. But, his career began with the Boston Red Sox, where none other than Ted Williams suggested he start throwing a slider. That became the pitch that defined his career. While it wasn’t a career that would […]
Do Andy Van Slyke Baseball Cards Have Any Value?
“Every season has its peaks and valleys. What you have to try to do is eliminate the Grand Canyon.” – Andy Van Slyke Andy Van Slyke was a very good baseball player. He didn’t hit over .300 in his career, hit a lot of home runs, or steal a lot of bases. Van Slyke isn’t […]
Kent Mercker 2001 Topps – A Boston Red Sox Baseball Card Review
Kent Mercker may not be one of the most recognizable names in Boston Red Sox baseball history. But, while researching another article, Mercker’s name came up and I recalled that he pitched for the Red Sox. Indeed, Mercker did start five games after being acquired from the St. Louis Cardinals in 1999. It was a […]