Best Baseball Blogs For Every Team In The Big Leagues

Best Baseball BlogsIf you’re a serious baseball fan then this guide to the best baseball blogs is for you.

Staying up-to-date on your favorite team is crucial to enjoying the season. 

And sure, you can read about your team on any number of major sports sites but I’m telling you there’s a better option:

Try following blogs written by the fans themselves!

Nowhere else will you get to witness the same passion that you have for your team than directly from other fans. And fan blogs give you exactly that: perspective, opinions and open discussion from fans just like you. 

This is a comprehensive list of the best blogs for each team in the Major Leagues.

To get started, simply click on your team’s name in the menu below to be taken directly to that team’s blog section. Have fun!

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40 Most Valuable Football Cards: The All Time Dream List

The most valuable football cards in the hobby can easily fetch upper five and six figure price levels.

Collectors simply go crazy over some of these cards.

Scarcity and fierce auction bidding competition can keep hobbyists searching for years.

Most Valuable Football Cards From The 1930's to the 1990's

If you're lucky enough to own one or more cards on this list then you've got something special.

While not as valuable in general as baseball cards, there's no question that collectors are willing to pay big bucks to get their hands on the cards on this list.

And we decided to put together a list of the best of the best so that you can see them all in once place.

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John Elway Rookie Cards: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

1984 Topps #63 John Elway Rookie CardGrowing up as a kid in Indiana in the late 80’s, I remember the 1984 Topps John Elway rookie card wasn’t too popular in the area.

Fans were still ticked off that he’d dodged Indy to play for the Denver Broncos.

But Elway went on to an amazing career in Denver anyway.

And nowadays his rookie card is extremely popular with collectors everywhere. Nine Pro Bowls and two Super Bowls goes a long way in boosting your popularity.

Elway’s rookie is not one of the most valuable football cards but it is a key to the 1984 Topps set and one of the most popular football cards in the hobby.

That said, here is a comprehensive guide that covers the key things you should know before you buy.
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Mickey Mantle Rookie Cards: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

Mickey Mantle rookie yearThere is a common misconception in the baseball card hobby about the Mickey Mantle rookie card…

Usually it’s his iconic 1952 Topps card that comes to mind.

But the 1951 Bowman is actually his official rookie card, albeit less popular and less valuable than its 1952 Topps counterpart.

Make no mistake, collectors go crazy for both cards. No doubt about it.

So much so that both are ranked high on the list of the most valuable baseball cards in the hobby.

For that reason I’m going to talk about both of them. But it’s important to understand the key differences between the two.

This guide takes an in-depth look at each card to give you the details about what to know when hunting for a Mickey Mantle rookie.

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24 Best Roberto Clemente Baseball Cards: The Ultimate Collectors Guide

Roberto ClementeThose in the market for Roberto Clemente baseball cards know one thing is for certain:

they aren’t cheap.

He was one of the most productive players on the field. But, he was also extremely selfless and giving off the field. So much so that an award is given each year to the player who best exemplifies Clemente’s character.

That reputation allowed him to win the hearts of many fans. And that puts his baseball cards in very high demand.

In this guide we’ll take a crack at breaking down everything you need to know about Roberto Clemente cards.

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24 Hank Aaron Baseball Cards For Serious Collectors

Hank AaronIf you collect Hank Aaron baseball cards then you know just how special they are.

And for good reason:

He’s one of the biggest names in baseball history.

“The Hammer” boasted amazing power that led him to eventually surpassing Babe Ruth’s career home record finishing with 755 in total.

Along with players like Mantle, Clemente, Mays and Koufax, he’s one of the biggest names in the post-war collecting circle.

His cards are keys to just about every set in which he was featured. Putting together a collection of his cards in high grade takes extreme patience and deep pockets.

Let’s take a look at the most important Hank Aaron baseball cards in the hobby.

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Roger Maris Baseball Cards: The Ultimate Collectors Guide

Roger MarisCollecting Roger Maris baseball cards can be one of the most competitive endeavors in the hobby.

Even though he’s not a Hall of Famer, Maris remains extremely popular for two big reasons:

1. He played for the Yankees.

2. He broke Babe Ruth’s single season home run record in 1961 when he hit 61 round trippers.

That combination allowed him to win the hearts of many fans. And that puts his baseball cards in very high demand.

In this guide we’ll take a crack at breaking down everything you need to know about Roger Maris cards.

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Jim Brown Football Cards: The Ultimate Collectors Guide

Jim BrownJim Brown football cards are high on many football card collectors’ lists.

Especially his 1958 Topps rookie card.

In college, he played fullback for Syracuse University before being drafted in 1957 by the Cleveland Browns as the sixth pick in the first round. He played for the Browns from 1957 through 1965 leading the team to a championship in 1964.

This guide takes a detailed look at not only the most valuable Jim Brown cards but some of his lesser-known issues as well.

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Jackie Robinson Baseball Cards: The Ultimate Collectors Guide

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson baseball cards are some of the most important and highly sought after in the hobby.

Robinson will always be remembered as the first African-American to break the game’s color barrier when he signed to play first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947.

For the ten years he played in the Majors, he turned in a heck of a career winning Rookie of the Year honors in 1947, an MVP in 1949 and six All-Star game appearances in total.

Because of his importance to baseball and American history, his cards are very desirable and very expensive.

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Best Cities For Baseball Collectors And Enthusiasts

People playing baseball in on an old baseball fieldIf you’re a baseball collector or simply a fan, then luckily for you there are cities and towns all across the country that offer as much baseball history and artifacts as you can handle.

Each of these destinations offers its own unique contribution to the history of America’s pastime.

Some of these places are famous for their contribution to the game itself. Others are home to some terrific museums of individual players.

Regardless of how you choose to enjoy the game, the following cities are some that you should definitely put on your travel agenda.

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