How We Help You
Thanks for stopping by. Like you I'm a collector of card board. I collect rookie cards of Hall of Famers and I love to learn about the history of these All-Time Greats. My goal is simply to inform and inspire. Did you know? Some Hall of Famers only have 1 official rookie card but others may have 50 or more! How are you going to know which ones are which? Right here! This website will provide you with a rich checklist of every rookie card of featured Hall of Famer. - Victor Roman Sr., Editor
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The hobby is full of learning opportunities and this is the heartbeat of All-Time Greats. We will learn about Hall of Famers, Future HOF, Collecting and most importantly rookie cards!
There is no right or wrong way to collect but there are many roads you can take. I want to help you assemble the best collection possible.
A healthy balance of learning and collecting will bring years of enjoyment for you and hopefully the next generation!
Recent Blog Post
When thinking of legendary Dodger baseball players we think of Drysdale, Sandy Koufax, and Don Sutton. But the origins of Dodger baseball goes much deeper than that. Before the 1958 season, they were known as the Brooklyn Dodgers. It is here that you will find another tier of legend.
The National Sports Collectors Convention 2019 did not disappoint. Despite the negativity of some let me tell you the hobby of sports card collecting and memorabilia is alive and well. An estimated 50,000+ hobby enthusiasts walked through the doors and created a vibe of excitement for the ages.
A recently new category on All-Time Greats is “Should Be Greats.” In this category, we will feature players that at one time or another were eligible for Hall of Fame Induction but were not voted in and their eligibility expired. My inspiration for this came by way of