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Amazing and amusing short stories shared by the greatest Major League Baseball players of the 20th Century with host Don Drysdale (RIP). Created by Fred Greene (Golf Smarter) Radio Baseball Cards was a nationally syndicated radio show that aired ahead of baseball broadcasts across the USA in 1987. Due to our 11 part series on Jackie Robinson, Radio Baseball Cards was accepted by and is listed in the Baseball Hall of Fame & Library.
 
Sitting in my room obsessively collecting TOPPS Baseball Cards just so I could taste the stale hard piece of gum when I finished looking through the pack to find my favorite baseball players. They became more than just cards, they became my friends, my homeboys. I will choose one of those players every episode and share about their careers. Taking fans of the national pastime back to their past and remember some of those greats and not-so-great players. From benchwarmers to Hall of Famers. E ...
 
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This episode was originally recorded during the year end friends of the show episode, but the conversation grew and grew and rather than edit it down, I wanted to present it whole, because there’s just so much good stuff here. Enjoy! Join the Facebook Group Follow on Instagram Check out the YouTube channel Please Hit Subscribe! Connect with me on t…
 
For the last episode of 2021 and season 1, we invite some friends of the show on for a chat, and giveaway some big cards! Links mentioned in today's show: Behind the Numbers Podcast Tyson Banker's Rookie Reports Really Good Card Shop Take an additional 10% off any purchase with the coupon code: FLAGSHIP Strikezone Cards Get on the waitlist! Join th…
 
On Episode 21 we're giving away: -A one year subscription to strikezone.cards -PSA 9 2016 Vladimir Guerrero BCP55 1st Bowman Chrome -SGC 10 2018 Shohei Ohtani #150 Sepia Refractor RC 5 ways to Enter: Like and Retweet our tweets titled GIVEAWAY that will start on Wednesday @FlagshipPodcast (one entry per RT) Join the Flagship Baseball Facebook Group…
 
Episode 20: 0:28 Intro 2:07 News Follow Up 3:24 PSA Offering Regular Level Grading 5:54 Strikezone Cards 6:25 Market Update 8:03 SGC/PSA Price Ratio 8:10 Seasonality 9:05 2022 Market Forecast 14:09 Hobby vs. Jumbo 15:59 Early Ballot Hall of Fame Characteristics 29:42 Really Good Top Loaders 30:27 The Flagship Players List 39:28 Mookie Betts Deep Di…
 
Episode 19: 0:28 Intro 0:52 PSA Buys Card Ladder 2:54 MLB Locks out the Players 7:10 Really Good Top Loaders 7:52 Market Report 8:54 Have Parallels and SPs Outperformed Base in 2021? 18:50 Should we Fear the Junk Slab Era? 36:58 Pristine Worldwide Breaks 37:49 Tier 3 of the Flagship Players List 47:00 Outro Thanks for supporting our sponsors! Reall…
 
Episode 18: 0:37 Intro 1:12 VAST Portfolio 1:41 SGC Portfolio 1:56 Market Report 5:03 Seasonal Trends 6:53 Stock Market Crashes 9:49 Pristine Worldwide Breaks 10:38 Finding Good Comps 13:23 Silver and Gold in the Hall of Fame 17:15 Silver and Gold with HOF ambitions 19:40 Paul Goldschmidt 22:07 Really Good Top Loaders 22:49 Tier 2 of the Flagship P…
 
Episode 17 gets a reboot and some great sponsors 2:32 Rookies of the Year 11:33 How to Pre Grade Cards 20:28 MVPs in the Hall of Fame 31:12 Tier 1 of the Flagship Players list Thanks for supporting our sponsors! Drew's Really Good Card Shop's Black Friday Sale runs from Wednesday at 6PM EST until Saturday at 6PM EST Really Good Top Loaders Take an …
 
Episode 16! 2:36 Macro Market Talk 7:07 Info on @thehobbyAI 9:13 Short Prints 17:45 Superfractors 23:12 Bryce Harper Giveaway Draw Check out The Hobby AI on twitter for a very cool way to find great deals on cards. Also mentioned on the show: Drew Cards on twitter and Philmington on Instagram Please Hit Subscribe! Connect with me on twitter @Flagsh…
 
Episode 15: 2:46 Ozzie Albies 5:57 Yordan Alvarez 9:36 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 16:34 How to Sell When You're New 22:24 A Facebook Rant 26:00 How to Catch a Prospect at the Right Time 29:04 2 Hail Mary Prospects 31:08 Contest Details Please Hit Subscribe! Connect with me on twitter @FlagshipPodcast or by email: rob@flagshipbaseball.com Thanks to Hanna…
 
Willie Randolph was a second baseman, coach, and manager during an 18-year baseball career, playing for six different teams, most notably the New York Yankees with whom he won back-to-back world titles against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He has joined ESPN as a post-season baseball analyst, beginning in September 2013. Mainly, he appeared on Baseball …
 
A quick one for our 14th episode: 3:17 : 2021 Topps Update 5:55 : 2021 Bowman Chrome Mega Boxes 6:38 : Cody Bellinger 11:17 : PSA Pop Report Update Please Hit Subscribe! Connect with me on twitter @FlagshipPodcast or by email: rob@flagshipbaseball.com Thanks to Hanna Kent for her invaluable contributions to the podcast. If you'd like to see more of…
 
Chet Lemon was known as one of the best defensive center fielders in baseball from 1977 to 1987. In 1977, he led the American League with 512 outfield putouts, the fourth highest single-season tally in major league history and the highest tally since 1951. He also totaled over 400 outfield putouts in four other years (1979 and 1983-1985). He also l…
 
On the 13th episode, it's all listener requests! We asked who's on your mind, you answered: 4:43 Yordan Alvarez 5:10 ISOBP 7:54 Gleyber Torres 11:41 Rafael Devers 15:19 Bo Bichette 17:42 Shohei Ohtani (and Babe Ruth) 22:17 Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Check out the Charity Buzz graded card auction - goes live Oct. 14th. A portion of the proceeds from ever…
 
Lou Brock (June 18, 1939 – September 6, 2020) began his 19-year MLB career with the 1961 Chicago Cubs but spent the majority of his big league career as a left fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals. Brock was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985 and the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame in 2014. He was a special instructor coach fo…
 
On the 12th episode, we go over the Flagship Monitor 1:37 for the last time in 2021, introduce a new and improved ISOBP 4:14, review the best Playoff Buying Opportunities 9:40, as well as the best Free Agent Buying Opportunities 15:49, then we pit Baseball Reference WAR vs. Fangraphs WAR 20:10, and round it all up with the Flagship 5 25:06. Plus, a…
 
Rickey Henderson was left fielder who played for nine teams from 1979 to 2003, including four separate tenures with his original team, the Oakland Athletics. Nicknamed the "Man of Steal", he is widely regarded as baseball's greatest leadoff hitter and baserunner. He holds the major league records for career stolen bases, runs, unintentional walks a…
 
On Episode 11, we shred the mailbag and tackle some tough questions: 2:50 Do Hand Signed Autos Add Value? 4:52 When Does A Prospect Become Less Risky? 13:41 Are Minor League Cards Worth Collecting? 16:18 What to do with Junk Wax Era Cards? 31:20 What's the Outlook for Non-Flagship Sets and Non-Rookie Cards? 33:03 How to Comp. Cards to Predict Futur…
 
Hubert "Hubie" Brooks played right fielder, third base, and shortstop in fifteen MLB seasons from 1980 to 1994 for the New York Mets, Montreal Expos, Los Angeles Dodgers, California Angels, and Kansas City Royals. Brooks was selected third overall in the 1978 Major League Baseball draft, and was twice named an All-Star. MLB pitcher Donnie Moore was…
 
Nicknames are always amazing in sports. This was my first baseball card of a man with an amazing nickname that stuck with me my whole life. Dennis Oil Can Boyd pitched for 10 years and had many ups and downs in his career and life. I will share my memories of him and where he is today. If you would like to comment or have questions. Send me a quest…
 
Welcome to the 10th Episode! We welcome Tyson Banker to the show to help celebrate episode number 10. Tyson has a lot of experience with Breaking all of the Bowman products, so we hit him up for tips and tricks and get his insight on all the normal business we cover on the show, including a check in with PSAs new grading standards (spoiler alert: t…
 
Gregory Allen Brock played first base for his entire 10 year MLB career, splitting his time evenly between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers. In 1013 games over 10 major league seasons, Brock posted a .248 batting average (794-for-3202) with 420 runs, 141 doubles, 6 triples, 110 home runs, 462 RBI, 41 stolen bases, 434 bases on balls, .…
 
Most baseball players dream of hitting home runs like in the movie the Natural. Today's athlete Mike Piazza delivered one of the most iconic home runs in MLB history. By hitting a home run in New York in the first game back after 9/11, giving New York a reason to smile. I will share my memories of him and where he is today. If you would like to com…
 
***There is an error in this episode: Wander Franco's rookie cards will be in 2022 Topps S1 and Chrome, NOT 2021 Update and Update as mentioned in the episode*** Apologies Welcome to the 9th episode of the Flagship Baseball Card Podcast.! 00:03:27 Housekeeping 00:04:43 How to spend your 1st $1000 on baseball cards 00:13:54 Market Movement and Hobby…
 
Ralph Kiner (October 27, 1922 – February 6, 2014) was a beloved player and broadcaster. An outfielder, Kiner played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs, and Cleveland Indians from 1946 through 1955. Following his retirement, Kiner served from 1956 through 1960 as general manager of the Pacific Coast League San Diego Padres. He also served as a…
 
Julio Franco was also the oldest player ever to hit a grand slam a pinch -hit home run, two home runs in one game, and to steal two bases in a game. On April 26, 2006, Franco became the second-oldest man in MLB history to steal a base, behind only Arlie Latham, who accomplished the feat in a token appearance at age 49 with the New York Giants in 19…
 
Welcome to the 8th episode of the Flagship Baseball Card Podcast. Sorry for the delay in releasing this episode! 00:04:34 Do Prices Follow a Seasonal Pattern? 00:09:21 Flagship 5: Non-Flagship Sets 00:12:03 Listener Question: X-Stats 00:27:28 Flagship Monitor Please Hit Subscribe now to never miss an episode! Links mentioned in the episode: B2B Spo…
 
Mark McGwire (born October 1, 1963), nicknamed Big Mac, MLB playing career spanned from 1986 to 2001 while playing for the Oakland Athletics and the St. Louis Cardinals, winning one World Series championship each, with Oakland as a player in 1989 and with St. Louis as a coach in 2011. One of the most prolific home run hitters in baseball history, M…
 
Mike Morgan played for 25 years. He is one of only 29 players to have played for four decades. He played for 12 teams in his career. He is the definition of the word determination and perseverance. I will share my memories of him and where he is today. If you would like to comment or have questions. Send me a question on Twitter and follow me here …
 
00:02:00 How Often do the Scouts get it Right? 00:07:45 Market Watch 00:08:00 How to Spot a Star in the Minors 00:27:30 Prospects and Rookies that fit the Model 00:35:00 Flagship Monitor 00:39:51 Outlook for a Player Like Pete Alonso 00:47:00 Flagship 5 - 5 VERY Under the Radar Prospects Please Hit Subscribe now to never miss an episode! Contest an…
 
Andre Dawson (born July 10, 1954), nicknamed "The Hawk" and "Awesome Dawson", is a Hall of Famer who played for four different teams as a center and right fielder during his 21 year career. He spent most of his career with the Montreal Expos (1976–1986) and Chicago Cubs (1987–1992). An 8-time NL All-Star, he was named the league's Rookie of the Yea…
 
Error cards were a big thing in collecting as a kid. And this was the first error card I ever had possession at one time. And he became one of my favorite players. Frank Thomas was tied for eighth in AL history for home runs (521), ninth for RBI (1,704), and sixth for walks (1,667). He was also known as the Big Hurt. I will share my memories of him…
 
00:01:25 Hobby News 00:08:00 Market Update 00:08:17 Deep WAR Dive 00:17:01 Listener Question - The Grading Companies 00:26:25 Flagship Monitor - Kelenic, Wander, Bryce Harper, Keibert Ruiz, Julio Rodriguez 00:29:44 Under 25 Stars 00:36:21 Flagship 5 - 2021 Chrome Chase Cards Please Hit Subscribe now to never miss an episode! Contest announcement: P…
 
Most people only know John Olerud because he wore a helmet on the field instead of a baseball cap. He was a slick defensive first baseman that hit very well everywhere we went. He won two World Series titles with the Blue Jays and hit for the cycle twice in his career. He never played minor league baseball. I will share my memories of him and where…
 
Steve Balboni was a man who looked like your dad in the 1980s but raked it like he was on a softball field playing major league baseball. I will share my memories of his playing career and where he is today. If you would like to comment or have questions. Send me a question on Twitter and follow me here @ToppsMyHomeboy If you want to join ourTOPPS …
 
William Clark Jr. (born March 13, 1964) played first base from 1986 through 2000 for the San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers, Baltimore Orioles, and St. Louis Cardinals. Clark was known by the nickname of "Will the Thrill." The nickname has often been truncated to simply, "The Thrill." Clark played college baseball for the Mississippi State Bulldog…
 
In this special supplemental episode, we go over the chase cards in the newly released 2021 Topps Chrome Checklist. Release date is Friday, August 20th. My voice is a bit hoarse in this one, sorry! 00:01:43 Andrew Vaughn 00:02:16 Alec Bohm 00:03:00 Alex Kiriloff 00:03:26 Bobby Dalbec 00:03:43 Dylan Carlson 00:04:31 Jo Adell 00:05:15 Jake Cronenwort…
 
1:30 PSA 9s Vs. PSA 10s, which is the better buy? 8:01 Market Update 10:20 Did it get harder to get a PSA 10? 17:50 Hobby News 19:24 Listener Question Part 1: Do Defensive Positions Matter? 23:18 Listener Question Part 2: Can Pitchers Be Good Short Term Investments? 26:55 Flagship Monitor 30:04 Flagship 5 to Buy Now PSA to HGA Crossover Video https…
 
Dale Murphy played MLB baseball for 18 years (1976–1993), as an outfielder, catcher, and first baseman for the Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Phillies, and Colorado Rockies; Murphy is best noted for his many years with the Braves. His entire MLB career was spent in the NL, during which time he won consecutive MVP awards (1982–1983), the Silver Slugge…
 
Thanks for joining us for Episode 4: 01:40 - Market Update 04:03 - Should we be worried about Wander Franco and Jarred Kelenic? 10:20 - Grading News 11:15 - Can Bryce Harper win the NL MVP this year? Should we care? 18:15 - 2021 Topps Chrome release date is August 20th 19:20 - Listener question: How can we buy Tatis for short term gains? 27:43 - Fl…
 
Brooks Robinson Jr. (born May 18, 1937) played 23 seasons for the Baltimore Orioles (1955–1977), the longest career spent with a single team in MLB history (tied with Carl Yastrzemski). Robinson batted and threw right-handed. Nicknamed "The Human Vacuum Cleaner" or "Mr. Hoover", he is considered the greatest defensive third baseman in major league …
 
On this episode: 00:01:50 Contest Announcement! 00:02:15 Trade Deadline Analysis 00:03:10 Real Life Prospect Value 00:04:35 Market Watch 00:06:25 Fernando Tatis Deep Dive 00:15:10 Ebay Purchase Diary 00:19:50 Prospect Graduations 00:21:10 New Additions to the BA Top 100 00:23:35 2021 Topps Chrome Baseball Preview 00:25:10 Grading News 00:26:05 Lind…
 
Ernest Banks (January 31, 1931 – January 23, 2015), nicknamed "Mr. Cub" and "Mr. Sunshine", was a Hall of Fame baseball player who starred in the Majors (MLB) as a shortstop and first baseman for the Chicago Cubs between 1953 and 1971. He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1977, and was named to the Major League Baseball All-Ce…
 
Thanks for checking out Episode 2 of the Flagship Baseball Card Podcast! This week we do some deep dives into the card investment opportunities of some injured players, as well as a potential 2021 MVP candidate. We check in on the Baseball America Prospect list for graduations, assess a call up, look at some prospect promotions, do a quick preview …
 
Charles "Chili" Davis is a Jamaican-American former who played as an outfielder and designated hitter from 1981 to 1999 for the San Francisco Giants (1981–1987), California Angels (1988–1990, 1993–1996), Minnesota Twins (1991–1992), Kansas City Royals (1997) and New York Yankees (1998–1999). His first MLB coaching position after his playing career …
 
Bobby Lee Bonds (March 15, 1946 – August 23, 2003) was a right fielder from 1968 to 1981, primarily with the San Francisco Giants. Noted for his outstanding combination of power hitting and speed, he was the first player to have more than two seasons of 30 home runs and 30 stolen bases, doing so a record five times (the record was matched only by h…
 
Dennis Rasmussen was a left-handed pitcher for the San Diego Padres (1983 and 1988–91), New York Yankees (1984–87), Cincinnati Reds (1987–88), Chicago Cubs (1992), and Kansas City Royals (1992–93 and 1995). Rasmussen was born in Los Angeles and grew up in San Clemente, California. He nearly lost his left foot at the age of 14, when a speeding car k…
 
Leon "Bull" Durham played first base and outfielder for 10 seasons. Durham was a longtime minor league hitting coach, and most recently served as the assistant hitting coach for the Detroit Tigers during the 2017 season. Durham played with the St. Louis Cardinals (1980, 1989), Chicago Cubs (1981–1988), and Cincinnati Reds (1988). Durham batted and …
 
Robin Roberts (September 30, 1926 – May 6, 2010) was a starting pitcher who pitched primarily for the Philadelphia Phillies (1948–1961). He spent the latter part of his career with the Baltimore Orioles (1962–1965), Houston Astros (1965–66), and Chicago Cubs (1966). He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1976. Roberts was born in Springf…
 
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