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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