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Sports card collecting has undergone a major resurgence in the past two years. We discuss everything surrounding the industry with Jason Keen, the owner of a shop specializing in all-things-collectibles in the Denver metro area. How does a Mike Trout card from 2011 become worth more than $4 million? Why are cards from the late 80’s not worth much? And…

After 70 years of producing baseball trading cards for several generations of sports memorabilia collectors, the most notable name in the industry, Topps, is now on the outside looking in. In a memo revealed by numerous sources on Friday, Major League Baseball and the MLB Players’ Association have reached an agreement with Fanatics to exclusively produce baseball cards. The Topps…...

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