Welcome to www.radicards.com; a site about statistics, mergers and acquisitions, negotiations, branding, design, and general humor, all within the context of sports cards. With the abundant history of childhood memories and stale bubblegum comes the nostalgic remembrance of years past. It’s the knowledge of yesterday that influences our outlook on tomorrow. Markets change, technologies date, and trends fade but one thing remains the same, the excitement of the find. Years pass and we get older but the feeling of digging through boxes and searching through packs has time stand still if only for that very moment. It’s that very moment to which Radicards® is dedicated.
Our Mission: To offer excellent service, fast shipping, sound judgement, and a commitment to honesty and integrity.
Founder & Principal
Radicards, LLC | July 11, 2010-present
Collecting baseball cards since 1988
Patrick Greenough 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, and has been featured on KOB-TV’s Good Day New Mexico, and in Albuquerque The Magazine. Patrick writes about business on his pro site, www.patrickgreenough.com. Other accolades include former sponsored skateboarder, award-winning artist, lead guitar player/performer, and Black Belt/former Instructor in Tae Kwon Do.
I like your site and find your comments hilarious. I tried to find your contact information through the link at the bottom of the page but it just looped to radicards.com. Keep in touch brah!
Thanks for the compliments! 🙂
thoroughly enjoyed. good read. aroused some great memories. I found myself a little disappointed when i got to the bottom of the page and it was done. keep em comin’:)
Hey Thanks Bryan! Glad you liked it. 🙂
Very informative and laced with strong facts about the cards. Would like to get your comments on current product in all sports as well as where the hobby is going in your eyes. Also, what in your opinion is smart to invest in, modern or vintage sports cards? Lastly, how do you feel about grading cards. Is it good or bad for the hobby?
Thanks for the praise! You have brought up some great questions. These will help me in future posts. Keep an eye out, more to come. 🙂
See that cool new banner? Thanks to Tatiana Krasovsky for her brilliant work in making my creative idea for that banner a reality. Photoshop has a day dedicated to her. Be impressed by her work @ http://www.illustratk.com.
I would like to take a moment to introduce my Editor, Justin Greenough. He helps me maintain proper grammar within my posts. He also holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of New Hampshire. If you’re in that area, you might look him up.
Love the site! Very entertaining and informative!
Hey, it was cool talking! The site is great! Keep in touch and let me know if you ever head to any shows or anything. I’ll be keeping Frank Thomas variations in mind too.
Hey, Dylan! Thanks, buddy. It was great meeting you. Keep writing and sharing content. Be well and please keep in touch.
Like the update Patrick! Looks good.
Thanks, Steve! 🙂 You may see more changes coming as I’m working out a few kinks with the mobile layout.
Loved the read on the frank Thomas NNOF error rookie card.
I have such card in my possession that has been in a safety deposit box for the past fifteen years. I know that you were fortunate enough to find the e of these cards but I was wondering if you had any tips to help me with when would be a good time to unload/ if through your site you had met people who are also in search for this coveted card.
I planning on marrying and buying a home in 18 months, and am no longer as big a big hurt fan as I was during my childhood.
Any advice would be much appreciated, I am going to wait to take it to a card show over the summer but with the HOF induct I’m wondering if this is ideal or not.
Thank you, happy hunting.
I’ve removed your email message from your comment to ensure your privacy. Thanks for reaching out and congrats on acquiring such an important card. With regard to selling an item like the NNOF, the best option is to put it on eBay. You may also consider consigning it through a reputable auction site. I hope this helps. Thanks for reading. 🙂
You guys should maintain a larger presence on Instagram! Your products are high quality and are currently helping protect my $6,000 pokemon card collection! ~ @amiibogod
That’s rad to hear! We’re so stoked you’re using and enjoying them! 🙂
Really enjoy your interviews and insight! Your passion and knowledge are valuable additions to the hobby.
Thank you, Greg! That’s a nice comment to hear. I really appreciate it. 🙂
Just found out about you a few months ago. YouTube thought I would like you ……and they were right. Great vids, keep it up. Anyway, just pulled a Green ’87 Topps Chrome Thomas from ’17 Series 2. If you don’t have this card already, I want to get it to you somehow. Email me.
I’m so glad you found Radicards. It’s great to hear you enjoy the videos and content. PM Sent. Thanks again for stopping by. 🙂
Hi, you recently did an article back in April about the importance of the Trout 2011 Topps Update RC card. I recently purchased the Trout Platium 1/1 RC card on Ebay for 100K. Feedback has been left for both parties involved to confirm that the trans went thru. Payment was made via Paypal and can be verified if needed… I’ve included a link to the auction below. Due to the significance of the card both in value and importance I wanted to share this transaction with you. Perhaps you can follow up with an article on this card as I’m sure the hobby community would be very interested. I truly believe that this will be the most important MLB Rookie Logo card ever produced. If you do decide to write an article and need more info on the transaction you can contact me.
Wow! Thanks for sharing. We’ll get an article published on this sale.