He didn't stay with the various teams he played for much longer than a year or so until he was traded to another. He was with 4 different teams in parts of 6 years, perhaps making for an uncertain status for card companies. It's surprising, though, there was no Yankees card for him in 1963 following his outstanding season as their closer.
mike marshall is hard to reach. he doesn't sign autographs at all. he only signs for my uncle Bill Corcoran. he told me that a mike marshall autograph baseball card is worth $175
He appeared in the 2000 Bowman set, card #164
The 1966 card does not exist. Reggie Jackson's first card was issued in 1969.
Nothing, the # on the back of a Baseball card is the card # in the baseball card set. Ex. My baseball card has the # 278 on the back of it. So my card is the 278th card in the set.
1997 Topps baseball card setThe 1997 Topps baseball card set consists of 496 baseball cards. Card number 7 does not exist because it was retired in honor of Mickey Mantle. Card number 84 does not exist because Mike Fetters' card was incorrectly numbered 61. Card number 277 does not exist because Chipper Jones' card was incorrectly numbered 276. The complete set has a book value of $65.00 in Near Mint - Mint condition, and a Sealed Factory set has a book value of $110.00. Key cards in the set include: Card number 13 - Derek Jeter, card number 469 - R.Barajas/J.Rexrode RC, card number 479 - E.Chavez/A.Eaton RC, and card number 490 -Bill Mueller RC.
According to a recent discovery, the card does exist and is about to go up for auction. Here's a link to the story. The specimen that was found has some extreme condition issues, but to date is possibly the only one known to exist. http://www.sportscollectorsdaily.com/latest-sports-collecting-news/rare-vintage-baseball-card-find.html
No it does not exist, it is an anime-only card, but it would be sweet if it was a real card.
Nash Bridges - 1996 Wild Card 2-22 was released on: USA: 25 April 1997
The T206 Honus Wagner is generally considered to be the most expensive baseball card in the world. Less than 100 are believed to exist.
2005 Topps Cracker Jack Sean Marshall card number 214A 2005 Topps Cracker Jack Sean Marshall baseball card number 214 has a book value of about .15 cents in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important.Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.
he didn't have a baseball card
No, there is no physical card for this monster, it is anime-only.
how many wild card teams will be in baseball playoff
the baseball card is 150
No, this is an anime rule and does not exist in the card game.
A credit card with no job
The most valuable baseball card is the 1982 Babe Ruths rookie card.
a 1909 206 Honus Wagner baseball card.
They go to baseball card heaven.
No, any card of that name is a counterfeit card.
1914 Babe Ruth Baseball cardA Babe Ruth 1914 Yankees card does not exist. Babe Ruth played for the Boston Red Sox in 1914. Babe Ruth did not play for the Yankees until 1920. Babe Ruth's rookie baseball card was produced by the Baltimore Sun Newspaper in 1914, and was the only Babe Ruth card issued that year. A Babe Ruth 1914 rookie card sold for $270,000 in 2008.
There are many online sites which offer baseball card holders. These online stores specialize in baseball card trading. The best ones to use would be Baseball-cards.
Peck and Snyder created the first baseball card in 1869.
$1.49 is the worth of the Don Slaught baseball card.