PSA's Official Podcast. Authentic hobby talk direct from the leading source for trading card authentication and grading.
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In this edition of Guest Submissions, hobby veteran Brett McGrath - host of the Stacking Slabs podcast - is back. McGrath, an Indianapolis native who is a lifelong Colts fan and collector, dives into the thrill of chasing a new modern player PC in th... more
We're back with another installment of The Index, this time taking a look at some of the most notable hobby player and card trends, backed by data from Card Ladder. As we recap April 2023 with Card Ladder's Chris McGill, we discuss the biggest sale e... more
April means the NBA Playoffs are underway, providing some of sports' best theater of the calendar year. And for basketball card collectors, the sport's hobby heat is reaching its annual peak, as well. So we've rounded up 12 absolute grails of some of... more
I just spent past two months listening to all episodes of the PSA podcast. Here's my review. more
Enjoyed listening to Episode 33, Top 10 Most Collectible BB! Lets hear more from Drew!
Was hoping for more behind-the-curtain PSA news, updates, info, etc. instead of general sports takes.
Backlog updates are relevant for us collectors everyday. Why would you say you will give backlog updates “when relevant”? That’s the main subject for nearly every PSA submitter. We are always wanting to know status updates even how little details you provide us. Some info is better than no info. Also, to skip the updates on any episode doesn’t make any sense. Please include them at the beginning of every episode like you sometimes do. Can you go a little more in-depth as well? Like how many grad... more
Truly an amazing podcast to listen to if you’re a collector of sports cards. Fun being able to listen in to conversations when it feels as if no one around you knows anything about the hobby
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