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2019 TOPPS SERIES 1 UNVEILED
February 2, 2019
Check out the 2019 Topps Series 1 offerings. 1984 Topps anniversary cards, autos and relics.
CARD SHOW TOMORROW!!! SUNDAY NOVEMBER 11TH
November 10, 2018
We have secured the party room at Boston Sports Club and plan to turn it into a 2-hour baseball card headquarters! Tell your friends, bring your family and of course, come see all of your baseball card buddies!!!
Sunday 10 am to 12 noon
135 Wells Avenue
Newton, MA 02459
November 7, 2018
We added a HUGE amount of late 1980's product to our inventory yesterday. Among the amazing additions is the classic Ken Griffey Jr. 1989 Donruss Rated Rookie, 1989 Topps Randy Johnson and 1988 Score Tom Glavine Rookie Prospect. These cards and more will be available at our next meet up (and in our online store which will be opening soon). Best part? Registered Baseball Card Buddies receive priority based on registration seniority to be the first to add these cards to their collection!
BOX BREAK YIELDS OHTANI ROOKIE
November 6, 2018
Checkout the Baseball Card Buddies Box Break of a 2018 Topps Opening Day Hobby Box. Rookie pulls galore! Andujar, Buehler, Albies, Hoskins, Robles, Devers, Ohtani and more!
BASEBALL CARD BUDDIES TEAM HITS TEN! MEMBERS
November 5, 2018
New Baseball Card Buddies were welcomed both to our Sunday 11/4 meet up (pictured) at Oak Hill as well as online with the launch of our website. We are thrilled to have such a great response to our new baseball card experience. Our registered buddies are also in for a treat! As we grow to include more buddies in our baseball card community these early adopters will be prioritized when giveaway's, raffles and future events occur. So don't delay, sign up today!
BRAVO! TO THE 2018 GOLD GLOVE WINNERS
November 4, 2018
Such great talent in the field, it is so tough to pick just one player in each league for each position. Tough enough that the NL First Base Golden Glove had a tie! A very BIG Baseball Card Buddies Congratulations to all the winners. An extra special high five to JBJ and Betts for the many hometown heroics in the field. (Benintendi you were robbed!)