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The first Topps Archives Major League autograph is Charlie Sheen aka “Wild Thing” Ricky Vaughn

The first Topps Archives Major League autograph is Charlie Sheen

The first 2014 Topps Archives Major League autograph is Charlie Sheen aka “Wild Thing” Ricky Vaughn and Beckett Media’s Chris Olds has the info here:

http://www.beckett.com/news/2014/04/ricky-vaughn-aka-charlie-sheen-is-first-confirmed-major-league-signer-for-2014-topps-archives/

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Topps is making real Major League cards – with real autographs
October 29, 2013, 6:40 pm
Filed under: Cleveland Indians, Jake Taylor, Major League, Roger Dorn, Topps | Tags: , ,

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Holy. Shit.

Real card-maker Topps is making real Major League cards with real licensing from Paramount and the real 1989 Topps card design in a set coming out next year.

Beckett Media’s Chris Olds has the story.

He’s a bit obsessed about Major League and so am I.

— Lou Brown



Inside Pedro Cerrano’s baseball card collection

UPDATE: The mystery card is definitely a San Francisco Giant and it’s definitely not a standard-sized card.

For a voodoo warrior who has problems getting along with his teammates, Pedro Cerrano sure does show a soft spot for baseball greats and their baseball cards showing in his locker doesn’t he?

From left just above Jobu, that’s a 1984 Donruss Eddie Murray Diamond Kings card, a 1968 Topps Game Roberto Clemente, a mystery card, a 1971 Topps Willie McCovey, a 1954 Topps Hank Aaron rookie card and a 1952 Topps Jackie Robinson.

Anyone have any ideas on the mystery card? My leading guess is that it might be a 1957 Topps Clemente. I’m admittedly not sure, though, as it also looks like it could be a Willie Mays or Monte Irvin mug. Plus, the card looks like it could be narrower like a 1968 Topps 3D card or a Kellogg’s card, but I can’t match it anywhere.

— Lou Brown



Is that you, Tolbert?

tolbertSure, Major League was 20 years ago, but this Tolbert is the only Tolbert in MLB history.

Collectors tell me that the Rookie Card logo has resulted in some old rookies appearing on baseball cards these days, but this just might take the cake.

Maybe Jake Taylor was talking to his daddy… I just don’t know.

At least he’s not a Yankee.

— Lou Brown