When your team hasn’t been to the World Series in 19 years, the fan base is eager
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No word if a stick of bubble gum came with the card…..via Economic Policy Journal:
A rare Topps 1952 Mickey Mantle rookie card sold at auction last week for more than $500,000.
Dallas-based Heritage Auctions said the pristine card sold for $525,800 to a collector who wanted to remain anonymous. A Heritage statement said the price set a record for a Mantle rookie card.
With the New York Mets in the world series, not only are fans thrilled
During the playoff series for MLB baseball,
MLB baseball playoffs have started and that means tons of national media focused on teams. While the players