Baseball card collectors in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s will remember the small oddball sets issued by companies during the junk wax era. These sets were over produced and maintained little value, but have recently caught my attention.
Welcome to my third mail bag recap. With the football season over and my David Cobb collection topping out, all my purchases have been purely baseball.
This past weekend was the Fanatics Authentic Sports Spectacular show at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Illinois. It was roughly a 45 minute drive from my house, but I got to spend the next five hours rummaging through 25 cent bins and drooling over old cardboard.
Welcome bag to yet another Mail Bag Recap. This recap is filled with a few eBay purchases, my first trade in a long time, and some break results.
In an attempt to put together Topps baseball sets from the past few years, I have been purchasing some older Topps baseball boxes as they go on sale. The update series is usually the cheapest, so I decided to start with the 2014 Topps Update Series release.
2017 Topps Heritage came out two days ago. After seeing the what everyone else was pulling on Twitter, I made the decision partake in this year’s Topps Heritage release. Sadly… I could not find any.