Baseball Cards Daily
By Chris Steuber
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Baseball Cards Daily podcast host Chris Steuber helps the beginner up to the avid collector and investor with identifying the players and the cards to invest their baseball card dollars in.
||CleanBonus Episode: 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Mike Trout||In this special bonus episode to Season 1 of the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, Chris Steuber is joined by Dave Oancea a.k.a. "Vegas Dave." Steuber and Vegas Dave discussed the amazing 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Prospects Mike Trout autographed car||8/31/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 5: 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle||In episode 5 of the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, Chris Steuber is joined by longtime hobbyist and former NFL offensive lineman, Evan Mathis. Steuber and Mathis discussed the iconic 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle card, which Mathis owned and recently sold||7/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 4: The Legend of Mickey & Mike||In episode 4 of the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, Chris Steuber profiles New York Yankees' legend Mickey Mantle and the best player in the game today, Los Angeles Angels' superstar Mike Trout. The comparisons between the two are striking in a number of||7/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 3: Prospect Cards vs. Rookie Cards||In episode 3 of the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, Chris Steuber is joined by Topps' Marketing Communications Manager, Susan Lulgjuraj, to discuss one of the hottest topics in the baseball card hobby - prospect cards vs. rookie cards, and which one is be||6/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 2: Aaron Judge||In episode 2 of the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, Chris Steuber profiles the New York Yankees' new age Bronx Bomber, Aaron Judge, and tells collectors and investors why they should and possibly why they shouldn't invest in his cards.||6/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Ronald Acuña Jr.||In the debut episode of the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, Chris Steuber profiles the Atlanta Braves' 20-year old phenom Ronald Acuña Jr. and tells collectors and investors why they should and possibly why they shouldn't invest in his cards.||6/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBaseball Cards Daily Trailer||Chris Steuber introduces the Baseball Cards Daily podcast, which will debut the week of June 4, 2018.||5/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
What is the story behind the card???
Love the podcast can’t wait for more! I listened to all of them in one day.
Good Start, has potential
Who am I: I am someone who has collected off and on for 30 years. As a kid, as a young adult, and now as a dad. But in between I took long breaks. I would not consider myself an investor. So perhaps I am not the target of this podcast.
The good: I really enjoyed the Rookie Card vs First Card podcast. Very entertaining and a excellent guest interviewed. If you are only going to listen to one episode listen to that one. The host is also very clearly a fan of collecting. His passion comes through which is also nice to hear.
The room for improvement: Too much yankees. Just like most National Sports commentary this podcast contains lots of yankee talk. Mantle, Judge, Mantle again even a 5 minutes side bar on the Trout episode talking about him becoming a Yankee. It gets old. Baseball is a big sport with lots of stars. Yankees don’t need to be 50% of the content.
What I would like to hear about in season 2.
- When a set contains multiple cards of the same player with the rookie symbol which will be considered his “true” rookie card.
- Interview with someone from COMC and how they are influencing the industry.
- Graded vs Raw. Interview different grading outfits. Personally would like to learn more.
- Interview with Panni. Would like to hear their non license strategy.
- Signature Saturation. Clear some players sign way more than others. How does Topps manage the volume especially given players signing for competitors as well.
Thanks for producing the podcast. Look forward to a second season.