The sports-card market went through the largest demand influx it’s ever seen, and we’re here to recap the first half of the year with five big storylines. Setting The Scene: January to March Think back to January 1, 2020. Basketball is heating up, sports cards are growing in popularity, yet you can still get your hands on key rookie
For our market reports on Topps Project 2020 this week, we’ve been looking at the change in values since last week due to the market explosion. Today, we cover @arteknyc (Andrew Thiele) first card in the project – his Willie Mays remake with a print run of 1,464. This card increased 281% since last week.
If you saw our post last night about print runs, you’d have read that most of the Topps Project 2020 cards are not shipped from Topps yet. All of the cards we’ve covered so far in market reports have been shipped and delivered, but the Rickey Henderson by @athlete.portraits has not been. The print run
With seemingly everything going up in value at astronomical rates, it’s good to remember not everything takes on the same value increases. While a lot of cards have doubled or tripled over the last month and a half, most cards haven’t increased like that. Even though Wander Franco is the most hyped prospect in baseball,
Itching to watch another documentary after “The Last Dance” finishes next Sunday? On June 14, “Long Gone Summer” releases featuring the 1998 home run title chase between Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa. And if for some reason you can’t tell, the announcement was made on May 5, right when you see the 1987 Topps Mark