It's impossible to collect all of the sports cards that are released in today's market. With this in mind, hobbyists tend to separate themselves into different categories based on the types of cards they buy, sell or trade.
Unsure about getting into the sports card hobby? Read these top five reasons to collect sports cards and find out why it's worth it to take the plunge.
A checklist of 1989 baseball rookie cards for Seattle Mariners outfielder Ken Griffey, Jr.
A checklist of 2008-09 NBA rookie cards for Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose.
A checklist of 2008-09 NBA rookie cards for Memphis Grizzlies guard O.J. Mayo.
Topps Mayo Football is a set that's just begging to be assembled, but it's a little trickier than meets the eye thanks to some short prints. Topps announced a number of short-printed base cards, as well as limited quantities for some autographs and relic (memorabilia) cards.
A checklist for 2008 Topps Mayo Football cards by Topps.
Need to know when those cards you've been waiting for are set to hit stores? This new release calendar has those important dates, plus links to reviews of recently released products.
A checklist of 2007-08 NBA rookie cards for Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant.
A checklist of rookie cards for active NASCAR drivers who have won the Daytona 500.
A checklist of 2008 Topps American Heritage cards by Topps.
A checklist for 2008-09 Topps Hardwood Basektball cards by Topps.
When it comes to selling your sports cards, it pays to act when you will get the best possible offers. Here are some times when items in your collection could draw the most interest from potential buyers.
It's become an annual tradition for incoming NBA rookies to sign exclusive contracts for autograph and memorabilia cards with Upper Deck or Topps. Find out where you can find the class of 2007-08.
The Finest Rookie Redemption program returns for 2008 with exchange cards seeded 1:3 mini boxes on average. Once again, Topps will announce the subjects for the 10 redemption cards gradually, so check back regularly for updates.
Collecting sports cards is a rewarding hobby, but getting started can be an intimidating prospect. Follow these simple steps to reduce the confusion and increase the fun.
Baseball cards have been around longer than any of the other forms of sports cards, with a history that dates back to the 19th Century. Learn all of the important events that transformed them into an American tradition.
Need to find out how many more cards you need to complete that set you've been working on all year? Look here for sports card checklists on the internet.
At some point, every collector wants to know what their sports cards are worth. Depending on the age and types of cards you own, there are several kinds of resources you can use to find book values for them. Find out where to find the pricing information you need.
Today's numerous internet auction sites make it easy to sell off some of the sports cards in your collection. Follow these tips to make sure your online selling experience goes as smoothly as possible.
It's a battle of opposites as Super Bowl XLIII takes place in Tampa. The Pittsburgh Steelers roll in with history on their side, while the upstart Arizona Cardinals make their first trip to the big game. Here are reasons to keep an eye on both teams, along with football card-related goodies in store for collectors.
A checklist of 2003 NFL rookie cards for Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu.
A checklist of 2008 NFL rookie cards for Arizona Cardinals running back Tim Hightower.
A checklist of 2006 NFL rookie cards for Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes.
A checklist of 2008 NFL rookie cards for Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco.