Hobby Musings: Catching up with Royals prospect Daniel Tillo – The dream of playing big league ball and getting your own baseball card is a dream come true.
Hobby Musings: How will Brady’s move to Bucs affect his cards? – Rob Springs, Director of Football Product Development at Panini America shares his thoughts
Hobby Musings: Kids break initiative a big success for Fruitman – Ultra PRO’s My First Break goes on the road to Mike’s Stadium Sports Cards in Colorado.
Hobby Musings: Onyx bringing young and veteran star power with Vintage – Bringing BIG value, on-card autographs and a few surprises!
Hobby Musings: What to make of the current state of the hobby world – Kelsey Schroyer shares his thoughts on the hobby’s current boom market.
Hobby Musings: Talking NASCAR with Panini’s Tim Trout – One of NASCAR’s biggest storylines the past few years has been the retirement of many of the sport’s stars. That trend is continuing in 2020 as Jimmie Johnson announced this will be his final season. While that takes some big names out of the current lineup, […]
Hobby Musings: Upper Deck Gearing Up For National Hockey Card Day – It’s hard to believe it’s here already, but the 2020 incarnation of Upper Deck’s National Hockey Card Day will be happening this Saturday. One of the company’s most popular promotions of the year, it gives collectors the chance to receive a free pack […]
Hobby Musings: Jackson, Mahomes Lead the Way for Football in 2019 – The Kansas City Chiefs winning their first Super Bowl in 50 years marked the official end of the 2019 football season. With Patrick Mahomes leading the way, Kansas City’s win capped off a fun NFL year that saw the quarterback continue his rise […]
Hobby Musings: Remembering Kobe Bryant – Like the rest of the world, I was stunned by the sudden death of Kobe Bryant last week. I’ve dealt with athlete deaths on one level or another for the past several years, but this one was definitely different. I still catch myself wondering sometimes if it really happened. […]
Hobby Musings: Veres, Burbank Sportscards Help to Fill Collecting Needs – Not many people can say they have been selling cards as long as Burbank Sportscards’ Rob Veres has. Celebrating his 40th year in the business, Veres’ store had made a name for itself with its extensive, to put it mildly, inventory of single cards available […]