One of my Biggest Autograph Hits in Allen & Ginter X

This was my first year breaking Allen & Ginter X, Topps’ online exclusive. The product runs parallel to the standard version of Allen & Ginter, but a much sharper black background to the cards. Topps limited customers to a one-box limit, which helped many collectors acquire a box. In past years I have passed onContinue reading “One of my Biggest Autograph Hits in Allen & Ginter X”

Happy Holidays – A Special Discount To My Readers

As we charge into the holiday season I wanted to give back and thank all of my loyal followers to the One Million Cubs Project. In doing so, I am offering a special 15% discount when you buy $20+ in items from my eBay Store. My eBay Store is stocked daily with new inventory. EverythingContinue reading “Happy Holidays – A Special Discount To My Readers”

Milestone Met: The 500,000th Chicago Cubs Baseball Card

My first Chicago Cubs baseball card was probably from 1989 Topps. That’s the first Cubs baseball card I can remember, at least. I received the complete Cubs team set from 1989 Topps after my mom sent in a certain about of cereal box UPC codes and $5 (or something like that) for shipping and handling.Continue reading “Milestone Met: The 500,000th Chicago Cubs Baseball Card”

2020 Topps Heritage Minors Checklist Opinions

Topps Heritage Minors has become one of my favorite baseball card products. It ranks up close to Allen & Ginter for me as well as the big league Topps Heritage. Over the last couple years the price tag has risen on Topps Heritage Minors. Until a couple years ago a case of 12 boxes wouldContinue reading “2020 Topps Heritage Minors Checklist Opinions”