Dr. James Beckett: Sports Card Insights

Dr. Beckett unretires to share sports card stories, analyses, and opinions, based on his six decades of intensive experience.

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Rich basically interviews me on what I like to do when I am not collecting or handling sports cards.  Helping solve the problems of others is easier than solving your own!
April 16, 2021
As you recall, Rocco has been totally blind for the past 15 years, but that has not slowed his sports card collecting passion.
April 15, 2021
The economist, Chris Harris, asks the statistician, me, questions, and I reciprocate.
April 14, 2021
Rich and I discuss the relative merits of magical years vs. dynasties vs. superstar-dominated eras across all the major sports.
April 13, 2021
Frank Nagy was a hobby icon from Detroit who had on of the top collections in the world but was very willing to share first-hand information and promote this great hobby.
April 12, 2021
Using basketball as an analogy - here are six considerations for an avatar that might fit the way you collect during this bull market on basketball (and other sports) cards.
April 10, 2021
Another six questions (with answers!) submitted by listeners, all concerning the hobby we all love.  Your questions can be submitted to doctorjamesbeckett@gmail.com as an email and thanks!
April 10, 2021
This Hobby Hotline show (a weekly live show but I am on as a recurring guest once a month) featured John Newman (Sports Card Nation) and Rich Klein as well as the questions and comments of all the liv...
April 9, 2021
I give specific details on how I would configure an interesting sports card product/set that I believe could be a winner - especially intentionally for kids at a lower price point.
April 8, 2021
I make a case for the Anaheim National of 1991, the largest attendance and the first to really feature corporate promos.  Rich, on the other hand, has a sentimental favorite.  Finally, we both hope th...
April 7, 2021

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