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Mike and Jesse begin by looking at the best young players in the NFL following Week 3 and see how their price has moved this season (4:00). Then, they discuss Albert Pujols hitting his 700th home run and Aaron Judge’s pursuit of 61 (22:00) before loo... more
Mike and Jesse kick things off by reading Topps' statement regarding the manufacturing issues in its 2022 baseball product and discussing what they mean for consumers (7:00). Then, they talk about Aaron Judge’s monster season (19:00) and compare Trey... more
Mike and Jesse start with Topps Chrome Update and address the missing star rookies (4:00). Then, they welcome in Mike Giardi from NFL Network to discuss QB card pricing (11:00), before running through some release week news including a world premiere... more
Informative stuff for keeping up with the hobby while also keeping it light and entertaining. Down to earth hosts.
I had such high hopes for this podcast when it first launched. At first I was willing to give them time to find their groove, develop a rhythm and learn how to podcast, as neither of them had any experience in podcasting. Now, I’m anything but an expert in podcasting, but I sure as heck know annoying when I hear it, and the truth is, Mike is single-handedly the show’s biggest asset and biggest liability. This guy just seems like he’s got little man syndrome up the wazzou - he’s constantly talkin... more
Have scam master sportscardinvestor on one ep. Critiques cardporn the next ep for not covering every single scandal. Hilarious
Go-to pod for sports card news and entertainment.
Thank you 2 for all you do. Love the show, it helps pass the time at work. If the podcast ever fails Jesse looks like he could play guard for the Titans and Mike looks like he could be the batboy for the Redsox. Thanks again guys!
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Sports Cards Nonsense launched 2 years ago and published 169 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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