Tim Tebow’s first official MiLB card is a short-printed scorcher

Don’t tell his fans that he’s just another minor league baseball player.

Tim Tebow‘s first baseball card as a member of the Columbia Fireflies isn’t an easy pull from packs of 2017 Topps Pro Debut baseball cards but it’s a pricey one.

As in $400 — and that’s without an autograph or piece of game-used memorabilia attached. And that’s not a fluke as active auctions are just as strong.

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Board Buzz: Must-read threads on the Blowout Forums (March 27)

The Blowout Cards Forums are where thousands of collectors converge daily to discuss, well, a little bit of everything. Here are a few threads about collecting and more that you should check out right now.

What’s Buzzing Today: Big breaks from National Treasures and elsewhere from around the collecting world.

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Tim Tebow’s first baseball autos coming soon in Elite Extra Edition


The 10th edition of Elite Extra Edition just might be remembered for No. 15.

Panini America‘s season-capping prospecting brand, 2016 Elite Extra Edition, arrives next week with a new configuration and former NFL player turned New York Mets minor-leaguer Tim Tebow on its checklist.

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First Buzz: 2016 Leaf Trinity baseball cards


What: 2016 Leaf Trinity baseball cards
Arrives: February
Box basics: Six autographed cards per box (10 boxes per case)

What’s buzz-worthy: Although other companies have them planned, Leaf is the first to visually debut baseball cards of former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow with this release, which will be packed with nothing but on-card autographs.

Keep reading for more info and a full gallery.

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Buzz Poll: Will Tim Tebow ever play for Mets … and have baseball cards?

tebow-jetsFrom the New York Jets to the New York Mets.

tebow-metsThat’s the headline this morning as Tim Tebow has been signed by the Mets to a minor-league deal.

The 29-year-old hasn’t played baseball since high school and hasn’t taken a meaningful snap in the NFL since he was a Jet in 2012.

But, hey, now he’ll be eligible to appear on baseball cards. (The real question is how soon will they arrive?)

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