The rivalry between the Giants and Dodgers is one of the game’s most intense. Every season, the two clubs vie for NL West supremacy, with many pressure-packed games taking place on the West Coast. The most expensive Sergio Romo baseball card on the market to date is the 2012 Panini Prizm #160- Sergio Romo Green Prizm
Chase Utely’s most valuable baseball card, his rookie card, will fetch about $10.00 right now in the open market. Didn’t streaking go out of style in the 1970s? Well, thanks to Chase Utley, it’s making a comeback. The All-Star second baseman hit in 35 straight games during the 2006 season; in 2009, he rewrote the
Barry Zito’s real estate portfolio is worth more than one of his most expensive baseball cards which fetches about $25.00 online right now. Zito was just cut loose from the San Francisco Giants when his $126 million dollar contract expired after seven up-and-down years. Without a mound to stand on, Zito has turned his focus
Jackie Robinson Pasadena’s Hometown Hero Jackie Robinson made his debut in 1947 with Brooklyn Dodgers. This was after eighty years of baseball segregation. Besides, Jackie played basketball, tennis, as well as track and field. He was the quarterback for the John Muir High School in Pasadena, CA. He enrolled at UCLA as a transfer student from
Dylan Covey of Pasadena, CA for the Oakland A’s Dylan Charles Covey was born in 1991 in America. He is a professional baseball pitcher and plays in minor league baseball. He was selected during the 2013 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft and plays today for the Oakland Athletics. Covey’s Play He had been selected by
Who is Mookie Betts? The 21-year old blooming center fielder has started his first entire year with the Red Sox so here are 10 things you didn’t think about Mookie Betts. 1. Betts had a .509 average his senior year. Yes. What’s more, that wasn’t on a par with Bett’s junior year in high school when
Baseball’s Rarest Card – Honus Wagner In the first place, as with all extraordinary stories, there are a few myths and misguided judgments. The Wagner card is not the rarest baseball card ever. What’s more, Honus Wagner was not restricted to the utilization of tobacco, as legend has portrayed. In any case, initially, the recorded
The due date is 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday, July 31. Until then, groups may exchange players uninhibitedly without going through the waiver procedure.
After the July 31 due date, any player on a 40-man program should clear Major League waivers before being exchanged. That is, the player must be offered to alternate groups backward request of the standings.