Saturday, April 25, 2020

2020 Topps Transcendent Hall of Fame Edition Checklist and 1/1 Pull Tracker

Topps Transcendent Collection Baseball Cards returns with an all Hall of Fame Edition. THE premiere, most high end case of Baseball cards available. If purchasing a case is not within your reach, you can still own some of these amazing cards through group breaks that could net you an individual item far exceeding your spot price or purchasing them on the secondary market.

There are only 50 cases in the HOF Editon and they are getting opened fast. As usual we will provide the most comprehensive listing of what has been pulled out of these cases you will find ANYWHERE. 

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Micro Collecting Sports Cards

When I was younger my collecting habits could easily have been categorized as “hoarding.” I opened anything and everything. I also held onto it all. 

Until recently, the daily attempt at being an adult has made my time limited. While I will still try to open at least one box of almost everything, my “collect and hold” habits have become more like my approach to trail mix, pick out the stuff I like, give the rest to some else. 

In these unique times, while we are sheltered in place, time is not an issue, but resources are limited. I’ve been doing more of what I call Micro Collecting. 

Monday, March 16, 2020

Topps Total is Here

The most comprehensive baseball card set that Topps has ever produced is back!

2020 Topps Total is available only at 

The set includes a 900 card checklist released in nine waves, featuring a wide range of superstars, rookies, rising young stars and veterans. A new wave of 100 cards will be released on Fridays every 3 weeks and available in 10-card packs. Once the countdown clock expires, these cards will never be offered again.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

First Error Card In 2020 Topps Heritage Baseball Gets Pulled and It's Juan Soto

If you are a regular visitor to our site you know the only thing we LOVE more than each year's new release of Topps Heritage Baseball is the new batch of error cards to be found within the set. We have been covering Heritage Error Cards since 2011 when we were the first to spot an ARod image flip error on eBay before any even knew it was an error card. 

We are just as excited for this year. As quick as you can say "Boots Day" the first error card for 2020 Topps Heritage Baseball has been pulled, and here it is.

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

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Friday, January 17, 2020

2020 Topps Million Card Rip Party Details and Complete List of Breakers and Breaks

Imagine taking delivery on 363 cases of 2020 Topps Baseball Series 1 Jumbos and ripping them all open in one day. 

Well, you don’t have to imagine what that would be like because that will be happening on February 4th in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium as Topps hosts their Million Card Rip Party. Not only will you be able to watch the party, you can participate by purchasing personal boxes, cases and joining group breaks being conducted by the list of group breakers you’ll find later in this article.

In addition to watching all of those cards being ripped, there will be athletes in attendance, and Topps swag that will be given away with the breaks.

We’ve also included the types of ways you can purchase cards from the breakers. Some have already sold all their cards, some still have cards for sale, and some will be announcing ways to purchase their cards as the event gets closer. We will try to update this list as things change.

If you are new to group breaking here is an explanation of the terms used for the ways you can purchase cards. for veterans of group breaking, you can just skip to the list of breakers below.