Card of the Day: Bryson DeChambeau 2021 Upper Deck Artifacts Golf Ball Marker Relics

Card of the Day: “Stormy” Weatherly 1941 Play Ball #17

Baseball Authenticated Masterpieces Babe Ruth Ball Unveiled

During the 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention in Cleveland, collectors were introduced to Piece of the Game’s Baseball Authenticated Masterpieces.  Scheduled to be released to the world on July 9, 2019, this is truly a unique product.

Inside every case you will find (10) game-used, autographed, and hand-painted baseballs.  The baseballs were actually used by the player depicted on the ball.  Those baseballs were used for singles, doubles, triples, home runs, strike outs, you name it.  (15) cases have been produced.  That’s a total of (150) baseballs.

Sports artist Monty Sheldon is responsible for the artwork.  He’s been painting on baseballs for over 20 years, and his stuff looks amazing.

At a cost of $36,000 per case, this product is for the ultimate high-end breaker.  With an awesome checklist of players, there really isn’t a bad case.  If I had to pick the luckiest case to open, it would be the one housing the Babe Ruth ball.  Its considered the chase ball to find.

A lot of time and effort went into making this product happen.  It certainly isn’t something that could be quickly pumped out over night.  Good luck.  I hope its a success.

Card of the Day: Lavar Ball 2018 Leaf Originals Metal Purple Parallel #36

Card of the Day: Kerry Wood 2003 Upper Deck Play Ball #15

Card of the Day: Lonzo Ball 2017-18 Court Kings Fresh Paint Auto

Product Highlight: 1995 Collector’s Edge Ball Park Franks

I love hot dogs.  They’re one of my favorite foods.  Mustard, ketchup, cheese, hot peppers, and salsa make great toppings.  There is nothing better than sitting at a ballgame or attending a nice card show while shoving a hot dog in your face.

Collector’s Edge may have died out years ago, but they were all over the place in the 90’s.  Today their old football sets receive more attention than anything.  This is due to them issuing numerous rookie cards of both Peyton Manning and Tom Brady.  Basketball, baseball, and hockey would come next.

You don’t see it done as much today, but cards attached to food products at one time was a common thing.  Food premiums are an entire collecting niche.  In 1995, Collector’s Edge struck a deal with Ball Park Franks.  For (8) UPC codes, (4) UPC codes + $2.50, or (2) UPC codes + $5.00, you would receive exclusive autographed cards of Yogi Berra and Frank Robinson.  Both came with accompanying cards stating the authenticity of the signatures.  This promotion ended on May 31, 1995 or until they ran out.

If you’re in the market for a Frank Robinson or Yogi Berra autograph but don’t want to spend a lot of money, these might be for you.  They’re dirt cheap.  Lots were made.  You can easily pick them up for $10-$15 each.  The Yogi Berra tends to carry more weight.

Long Ball Licorice Contest Winner Announced

Congrats to Tony Burbs on being the lucky winner of the Long Ball Licorice Contest!  Once Tony Burbs lets me know which flavor he would like and sends me his mailing address, Long Ball Licorice will send out his free pouch ASAP.  Thanks!

Long Ball Licorice Contest! – NOW CLOSED

Long Ball Licorice has decided to participate in Sports Card Info’s 10th anniversary celebration.  If you’re new to Long Ball Licorice, you’ve got to give it a try.  Its a delicious new brand of licorice that comes packaged in a pouch to resemble chewing tobacco.  Andre Chiavelli is the creator of Long Ball Licorice, and was even able to secure a license from the Babe Ruth estate.  Check out their shop.

Long Ball Licorice was kind enough to donate (1) pouch of their product to use as a contest prize.  The winner can choose either a pouch of Long Ball Black Licorice or Round Tripper Red Raspberry Licorice.


Contest Details:

  • This contest will end Friday, January 5, 2018 @ 8:00 p.m. EST.
  • You must follow Long Ball Licorice on Twitter.
  • You must leave a comment on this post with your Twitter username.
  • You can enter once per day, but at least one of your comments must contain your Twitter username.
  • Please provide a valid e-mail address when entering.
  • The winner will be selected at random.
  • U.S. residents only.
  • The winner will receive an e-mail when the contest is over.
  • The winner has one week to send me their contact information or the contest will be held again.
  • Once the contest is over, I will need the winner’s mailing address so Long Ball Licorice can ship them their package for FREE!!!

Card of the Day: Bobby Doerr 1941 Play Ball #64