St. Louis Cardinals

Top 5 Chris Carpenter Rookie Cards

by admin on March 10, 2011

Now with the St. Louis Cardinals, the Chris Carpenter rookie card remains a popular purchase.  An unsigned 1995 Bowman Chris Carpenter rookie card graded BGS 9.5 and in gem mint condition sells for about $60 with other baseball cards going anywhere from $20 to $50 depending on if they have been signed or are in […]

Top 5 Adam Wainwright Rookie Card

by admin on March 2, 2011

Although sitting out of the 2011 baseball season due to elbow surgery, finding a Adam Wainwright rookie card is not overly difficult. The card considered a must have for any collector is the 2006 Bowman with a grade of a Gem MT 10. This particular card currently sells for around $15. Drafted by the Atlanta […]

Best Bob Gibson Baseball Cards

by admin on February 28, 2011

Among the types of Bob Gibson baseball cards that are regularly sought – after by collectors are Topps, Bazooka Singles, Fleer, Post Cereal, Jay Publishing, O – Pee – Chee, K – Mart, Upper Deck, Donruss and others. Born in 1935, Bob Gibson is a Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher who spent 17 years playing […]

Lou Brock Baseball Cards as Investments

by admin on February 24, 2011

Lou Brock baseball cards are outstanding investments.  Many of these cards are very affordable when you consider what a great Hall of Famer he was.  Lou Brock was well known for his base stealing abilities.  His speed was second to none and became a big weapon for the St. Louis Cardinals. His speed added to […]

Best Grover Cleveland Alexander Cards to Buy

by admin on February 23, 2011

Grover Alexander baseball cards are few and far between. There are not many greats baseball cards to buy of the pitching phenom and Hall of Famer. He was one of the most dominant pitchers of his era. His 1940 Play Ball rookie card is his best baseball card ever produced and also his most expensive. […]

Albert Pujols Rookie Baseball Card

by admin on January 27, 2011

Generally baseball cards aren’t as popular as other sports, for instance, baseball. However there can be exceptions. Albert Pujols rookie cards are one of the exceptions. Much equivalent way that baseball card collectors like to gather cards from home run hitters, football card enthusiasts like to collect star players, and a Albert Pujols baseball card […]