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- #262: Hobby Implications of Social Distancing, Investing, and Other Banter
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- #261: COVID-19, Vintage, Zenith, Pacific, Trout Super, and Topps Project 2020
- Mike Trout 2011 Bowman Chrome Superfractor Gets Listed for $250k
- Branded Card Stands: Feedback Wanted
- #260: Top 10 Frank Thomas Pickups of 2019
- The Differences Between Prototypes, Proofs, Promos, Previews, and Samples
- 1998 Score Rookie Traded Showcase Series Artist’s Proof 1 of 1’s are Actually 1 of 2’s
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In this episode, Social Distancing, The Hobby, and Investing are discussed.
We just listed a bunch of high end hockey cards in our current auction. Here's what's in it.
This is a personal story about an auction for a card I lost in 2013 but eventually equired …
In this episode, we discuss MLB potential responses to COVID-19, Collecting Vintage, Topps Project 2020, and more. Listen …
Mike Trout 2011 Bowman Chrome Superfractor Gets Listed for $250k. Click here for details.
We're designing branded card stands. Here are some of our concepts. What do you think?
In this video, I discuss my favorite Frank Thomas pickups of 2019. Please watch and enjoy.
Prototypes, Proofs, Promos, Previews, and Samples each have different utilities. This guide explains each in detail.
1998 Score Rookie Traded Showcase Series Artist's Proof 1 of 1's were printed in quantities of 2 copies …
In this video, we discuss a Mark McGwire 2020 Topps Silver Pack and a Ken Griffey Jr. 1999 …
In this video, we discuss a Zion Williamson RC and a Frank Thomas 1998 Collector's Choice StarQuest. Watch …
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Pronounced Green-oh. Patrick has a BA in Psychology, a BA in Sociology, and an MBA from the University of New Mexico. He also has a Project Management Certificate from UCLA Extension. He has lectured in Internet Marketing at the David Nazarian College of Business and Economics at California State University, Northridge. He is the author of, Student to Founder: Secrets to creating a student organization in college and starting a business after graduation. He has been interviewed on Good Day New Mexico and in Albuquerque The Magazine. Patrick is a frequent speaker and panelist at universities and events where he shares his insights on leadership, technology, and marketing. He's been a baseball card collector since 1988, and is the Founding Owner and Managing Editor of www.radicards.com.
I have been collecting cards since the mid 1990s and became hooked on the hobby during the infamous 1998 home run chase. I was born and raised in Anaheim so my allegiances fall to the Angels, Ducks and Rams. My current hobby interests are a bit unfocused, but mostly include Nolan Ryan (as an Angel), Rex Hudler and HOF RCs. In the past I've collected Nomar Garciaparra and still have quite a collection left over after selling off scores of high-end pieces a few years ago. After living on California's central coast for eight years I currently reside in the Los Angeles area and enjoy playing music, drinking coffee and hitting the gym.
A lifelong fan of all sports, Dan G. has been collecting sports cards since the late '80s. His hobby focus revolves around collecting Mark McGwire cards and anything else that catches his fancy. In 2010 he started the website SportSecurities.com where he blogs about his sport card interests and progresses. Professionally, Dan has a Masters in Sports Administration from the University of New Mexico and currently is working as a high school educator.