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Florida Man Claims His Late Uncle Left Collection Of Sports Cards In Detroit Warehouse

Urban explorers discovered crates filled with Topps cards in mint condition from the 80s and 90s inside the now vacant warehouse.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/21/2015

Twins Jeremy (L) and Julian Katty, age 9, sort through a pile of the new Topps "Enduring Freedom" patriotic cards November 2, 2001 at Sports Cards City USA in Royal Oak, Michigan. The Topps Company, maker of baseball cards and Bazooka Bubble Gum, has produced the new line of patriotic cards that feature U.S officials involved in the war against terrorism such as President George Bush and New York Gov. George Pataki, members of Bush's Cabinet, and military hardware such as F-16 fighter jets and aircraft carriers. The cards go on sale this week. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

$1 Million Worth Of Collectible Sports Cards Found In Abandoned Detroit Warehouse

Cards from that era are not exactly worth a ton, but with the copious the collection is deemed to be worth $1 million.

97.1 The Ticket–08/20/2015

Manager Alan Trammell #3 of the Detroit Tigers greets former player Jack Morris as both took part in a ceremony to launch the Ameriquest offical balloting for the All Star voting before the game between the Chicago White Sox and the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park on April 20, 2005 in Detroit, Michigan. The White Sox defeated the Tigers 9-1. (Photo by Tom Pidgeon/Getty Images)

Topps Celebrates The 1984 Tigers [VIDEO]

Topps has released a package called, “1984 TIGERS ARCHIVES COLLECTION BOX – SERIES 1” which features a “Bless you Boys” hat, t-shirt, buttons, player patches, baseball cards and also a pennant.

97.1 The Ticket–04/24/2014

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Relive Your Childhood With Topps Baseball Cards

The Topps Company, Inc. today unveiled Archive Prints, a large collection of 25″ x 34″ vintage art prints featuring digitally-remastered original Major League Baseball card artwork.

97.1 The Ticket–07/30/2013

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What’s Your Favorite Tigers Memory?

What is your favorite Tigers memory? Kaline’s two-run single in Game 5 of the ’68 World Series, Gibby’s homer in the eighth to clinch the Series in ’84, or was it Verlander’s no hitter in 2007 or in 2011?

97.1 The Ticket–05/08/2012