Baseball Cards!

Baseball cards have been around for about 150 years. Adults the age now and older used to collect all of the good cards that all the kids want now. Those cards are worth something now and will worth more in the future. Grandparents, uncles, and dads pasted their childhood cards down to their kids. There was many company’s who made these cards. The first company was in 1868 and it was called Peck and Snyder. Now the latest companys are Topps and Upper Deck. I found this page about a timeline of when a new company made baseball cards but that’s not what I’m here for. I’m here to show you the top 10 most valuable cards out there right now………

1. 1909 T206 White Border #366 Honus Wagner, 2B Pittsburgh Pirates $1,500,000

2. 1933 Goudey #53 Babe Ruth, OF New York Yankees $110,000

3. 1952 Topps #311 Mickey Mantle, OF New York Yankees $97,500

4. 1933 Goudey #106 Napoleon Lajoie $92,500

5. 1949 Leaf #8 Leroy “Satchel” Paige, P Cleveland Indians $82,000

6. 1914 E145-1 Cracker Jack #103 Joe Jackson, OF Chicago White Sox $76,000

7. 1954 Bowman #66A Ted Williams, OF Boston Red Sox $66,000

8. 1914 E145-1 Cracker Jack #30 Ty Cobb, OF Detroit Tigers $60,000

9. 1951 Bowman #305 Willie Mays, OF New York/San Francisco Giants $55,000

10. 1938 Goudey Heads Up R323 #274 Joe DiMaggio, OF New York Yankees $45,000

I’ll have a new Coming Soon post tomorrow about baseball and I’ll give you a hint also. Don’t forget to check out my tour of the Spring Training stadiums and Counting Baseball’s David Wright t-shirt give away.



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