Price Of Baseball Cards

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  • (baseball card) a trading card with a picture of a baseball player and information about his playing record
  • The amount of money expected, required, or given in payment for something
  • monetary value: the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); "the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; "he puts a high price on his services"; "he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
  • An unwelcome experience, event, or action involved as a condition of achieving a desired end
  • The odds in betting
  • determine the price of; "The grocer priced his wares high"
  • the amount of money needed to purchase something; "the price of gasoline"; "he got his new car on excellent terms"; "how much is the damage?"
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2008 Baseball Card Price Guide
2008 Baseball Card Price Guide
With a more limited supply of baseball card sets on the market, and 20 of the 30 professional U.S. baseball teams reporting increases in attendance in the last year and a half, there's no doubt that this is your season, card collector. No one understands this better than the staff of Sports Collectors Digest, the voice of the hobby and the experts responsible for the reliable and thoroughly researched pricing you'll find in 2008 Baseball Card Price Guide. This one-of-a-kind modern card reference must-have contains nearly 400,000 cards, including packs and boxes, inserts, parallels and rare variations.

20-year-old baseball card gum
20-year-old baseball card gum
I have very fond memories of baseball card gum. So when I saw a pack of 1989 Topps cards in a vending machine at the Rogers Centre, I could not resist. I was looking forward to eating the gum, which always dissolved in your mouth in like 10 seconds, and smelling that first card that rest against the stick for two decades. It was horrible. The gum have taken on the cardboard flavor of the cards, not vice versa. And the card didn't smell like gum - double disappointment. Oh well. Lesson learned. My cards were: Yankees leaders, Frank White (Royals), Pete Rose (Reds - mgr.), Dale Sveum (Brewers), Chad Kreuter (Rangers), Marty Barrett (Red Sox), Kurt Stillwell (Royals), Paul Assenmacher (Braves), John Farrell (Indians), Tom Filer (Brewers), Joe Price (Giants), Jeff Bittiger (White Sox), Don Heinkel (Tigers), Rob Murphy (Reds) and John Wathan (Royals - mgr.)
Citi Field, 04/05/10 (Opening Day): "Jumbo Packs" of 2010 Topps baseball cards for sale in the "Heroes and Heritage" store - price $9.00 for a 36-card pack (IMG 4511)
Citi Field, 04/05/10 (Opening Day): "Jumbo Packs" of 2010 Topps baseball cards for sale in the "Heroes and Heritage" store - price $9.00 for a 36-card pack (IMG 4511)
Walmart sells the very same packs for $4.95.