Cardboard Connection CEO Mike Smeth had a court strip his access to the website. What does this mean for the future of one of the hobby information sources.
Ryan talks about some of the controversies surrounding Vegas Dave and his recent purchase of a Mike Trout Superfrator for reportedly $400,000.
Ryan returns to talk about what to do when you take a break from collecting. Why Ohtani will never live up to Aaron Judge. Las Vegas and Tempe, AZ are discussed.
Ryan sits down with one of the all time great sports card reporters, Mario of Wax Heaven.
Ryan talks about the Upper Deck redemption website being down for 3 weeks. PSA's stock tanks as they cut their dividend.....as Ryan correctly predicted in October. Email question from Europe.
Ryan talks about Topps asking BGS to not grade a customers cards. Update on GTS and MVP Sports & More MTG business. Sports Licensing and Tailgate Show review. Ryan't tweet made the Upper Deck Conference. Transcendent Party review. Disconnect between card manufactures and dealers, shop owners and breakers.
Ryan sits down and has a conversation with Doug & Dan from Mojobreak and Rich and Sara from Layton Sports Cards.
Ryan talks about a fantastic new PSA card price guide and the upcoming Topps Transcendent party in Atlanta.
Ryan talks about a group breaker closing his hobby shop. Topps can't sell Transcendent. MVP Sports and More in Lancaster, PA is discussed. 2017-18 NBA product pricing update. Lonzo Ball autograph update. Grading wait times. COMC & Amazon results.
Ryan responds to a Beckett Radio interview that Brian Gray set up to explain the Damian Lillard autograph scandal. Troy Aikman says a Heritage Auctions that sold for $7,800 is not real.
Ryan talks about the Topps Transcendent Party. Sports Card Radio new hire. Lonzo Ball autographs in question. PSA quarterly conference call. Kristaps Porzingis blows up, just as Ryan thought he would.
Ryan talks about Beckett firing their sports magazine editors. Meat Raffles. Steve Grad interview discussion. Leaf & Beckett tell Lillard he's wrong. The Counterfeiter. Amazon Shipping. Josh Hamilton & Byron Buxton. PSA new CEO. Arizona Fall League recap. NBA early season notes. Free money given away in Stockton.
Ryan takes a deep dive into Group Breaking as another card switching scandal hits. Two criticisms of Topps. Beanie Babies Authentication idea. Arizona Fall League. Selling tickets in kneeling era.
Ryan talks about adding value as a store owner or group breaker. 2017-18 Upper Deck MVP free packs are weak. Amazon sales are broken down.
Ryan talks about a great move by Panini. Two hobby business ideas. Nice work by a card blog. An ePack question. Problem with Brandon Ingram.
Topps has told dealers they can't sell MLB products on Amazon. Will they enforce it? Upper Deck ePack makes a mistake and fanboys come running to defend them. A group breaker website was hacked. Byron Buxton update.
The 20th episode - Ryan talks about Panini's announcement of 1st Off the Line. American Greed's show on Mastro Auctions is discussed. Updated on the U.S. Tax Courts case against Upper Deck.
In this episode Ryan goes over the top players at each position in the NFL and sees what their cards sell for. How much are key employees at sports card companies worth? What happens if Byron Buxton hits .300 next year? Update on Brandon Ingram and Kristaps Porzingis buying.
Ryan talks about two scams going around the hobby. He's buying cards of another young NBA player. Fantatics Authentic is discussed.
Ryan talks about some of the sights and sounds from the National Sports Collectors Convention. A new COMC strategy is in place. A Hand me down Autopen.
An episode about the hugest sports card story in a long time. The Panini Dak Prescott AutoPen Scandal. Explicit.
VERY explicit episode. COMC raises fees, or did they? What the F am I going to do for a week at the National in July? A Group Breaker hits the case of a lifetime and people complain?
The war between Leaf Trading Cards and Upper Deck is discussed. It includes letters Leaf Owner Brian Gray sent to Upper Deck brash. Panini blows it on a draft day tweet. Find a Card Show website update. Card shop co-op idea. Lavar Ball and the Lakers are discussed. Ticketmaster could be out as NFL exclusive ticket supplier. Will I lose my job!?
Blowout Sports Cards was hacked! What happened and what has the company response been?
In this short episode Ryan talks about his recent success on Amazon and payments made to the MLBPA by trading card companies Topps and Panini.