Topps Baseball Card Company Close to Being Sold

Monday, June 18, 2007

This weekend's subway series had all of New York talking baseball. Mets, Yankees, Clemens, Reyes. Here's one thing fans probably didn't talk much about: baseball cards. People just don't collect them the way they used to. And now Topps, one of the industry's icons and a New York institution, is close to being sold. That is if a court will allow it. WNYC's Dan Blumberg is joined by Aaron Elstein, a senior reporter for Crain's New York Business.

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