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Collecting baseball cards is as much a part of baseball as home runs, cracker jack and the seventh inning stretch. Who hasn't dreamed of owning a vintage Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Mickey Mantle or Ted Williams card? Which collector wouldn't like to show off a Nolan Ryan or Barry Bonds rookie, or an autographed Josh Beckett minor league card?

Topps, Fleer, Upper Deck, Bowman, Donruss, Leaf, Score... the best baseball cards, old or new, from the best companies at terrific values. Packs, boxes or sets for sale at wholesales prices, and singles from turn-of-the century tobacco cards to this year's newest holographic technology far below price guide value are just some of the deals you'll find here. These shops also sell pricing guides to determine how much your collection is worth, holders, grading, software, magazines and storage.

Whether you're a seasoned collector looking to add a few more graded collectibles to your checklist or just getting into the wonderful baseball trading card hobby, there's no better way to own a piece of the game. Check out the selection of baseball cards and supplies from these respected dealers!
MLB  (223 votes)   
All the latest boxes and sets from Bowman, Topps, Donruss, Fleer, Upper Deck and MLB Showdown, along with protectors and albums to hold your collection of baseball cards. Bobbleheads and McFarlane figures of your favorite stars, too!
eBay  (107 votes)   
Stopping by eBay is a must no matter if you're hunting for baseball cards at budget prices or rare, hard to find collectibles. Thousands of baseball cards are available at any given moment, ensuring that you will easily find someone selling exactly the card that is missing from your collection. Of course, ebay isn't a one way street. You can also sell your own duplicates or try to make a fortune with one of your more valuable items.
Online Sports  (27 votes)   
High-end baseball cards geared toward the single-player or team collector, featuring everything from hard to find autographs of some of the game's biggest names to limited edition gold baseball cards.
ToyWiz.com  (29 votes)   
If you haven't tried the MLB Showdown collectible card game, you've been missing out. Pick up this perfect combination of fantasy, simulation, card gaming and collecting from the games specialist. While you're there, check out the sets, boxes and vintage packs from Topps, Playoff, Upper Deck and more.
JJ Sports Cards  (33 votes)   
If you don't want to keep your baseball cards in a shoebox, turn to JJSportsCards for better ways to house and show off your collection. Storage boxes, display cases, top loaders, albums and much more are all available at discount prices. Your cards will appreciate it.


Books & Magazines
Beckett Baseball Card Monthly
  (57 votes)   
Everybody loves this magazine, and with good reason. The price guide is superb and inclusive, the articles on both the trading card industry and the stars of the sport itself are well-written, and the photography is superb. Throw in release dates for the newest products, a full schedule of upcoming card shows and terrific collecting advice, and you can see why Beckett is the number one name for baseball cards.
Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards 2003
  (25 votes)   
The completely updated 12th edition of this classic has been revised and expanded to include over 450,000 baseball cards dating back to 1869. That's over 9,500 sets! Prices are also given for figurines, posters, coins, pins and other memorabilia.
The Official 2002-2003 Price Guide to Baseball Cards
  (27 votes)   
Dr. James Beckett provides his expert insight and state-of-the-art valuation techniques in this essential reference work. Includes both prices for baseball cards from 1948 to the present and highly insightful advice on collecting and investing.
Collecting Baseball Cards: 21st Century Edition
  (25 votes)   
A well-written reference book about the hobby of collecting baseball cards. Topics range from a history of baseball cards to buying and selling and include interesting details such as advice on trade shows and techniques for spotting forgeries.
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