Where have you gone, Paul Serna? That's the question collectors attempting to collect autographed 1983 Topps Baseball cards are asking.
Category: Canadian baseball collections
Canadian coach’s childhood 1952 Topps Mantle fetches six digits in sale
The 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card Rick Finlay pulled from a pack as a kid in Pickering, Ont., recently netted him over $100,000.
Collector Profile: Rob Trickey on building the best Jesse Barfield collection
Rob Trickey has built what's likely the most extensive collection of Jesse Barfield cards, photos and tickets in the world.
Pujols’ game-used bat among items up for bids in Baseball Canada auction
A game-used Albert Pujols bat is one of the items up for bids in Baseball Canada's annual national teams fundraising auction.
Meet Kelly Sage, the “Canadian baseball card guy”
Kelly Sage holds a collage of Canadian baseball cards from his extensive collection. December 22, 2022 By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada He is the “Canadian baseball card guy.” At least that’s what many collectors and retired Canadian big leaguers call Kelly Sage. They know that when it comes to finding a baseball card of... Continue Reading →
Collector profile: Kenny Hillyard and the world’s largest Fred McGriff collection
Kenny Hillyard (right) meets his baseball hero Fred McGriff at the National Sports Collectors Convention in Chicago in 2019. December 16, 2022 By Kevin Glew Cooperstowners in Canada On December 4, when National Baseball Hall of Fame president Josh Rawitch announced on the MLB Network that Fred McGriff would finally be honoured with a plaque... Continue Reading →