So, heres the tale of woe and regret I must spin for you first: I collected baseball cards when I was growing up. I collected many highly valued cards that existed during the late 80s and early 90s. All the good ones were stored in sleeves in a nice binder. I stopped collecting during middle school. When I went to high school, I moved from MA to FL and left the cards behind. Safely under the stairs in a few boxes that also contained all of my pirate legos (worth alot more since the whole Pirates Diznee crap). A year or so ago, a pipe burst and flooded this area of the house. My cards did not fair well. Actually, Im only going on what my dad told me, as he just threw everything out without looking. There goes my "nest egg" from my childhood. On a side note, he also pitched 90% of my legos...which I highly prized. Still had the instructions and everything. If it was part of the Pirate lego set of the 90s, I had it (except that gigantic red sail ship, too $$$). So, now Im out my baseball cards and legos. Sigh. Fast forward to about last week. I have been moving alot of my "junk" from my moms house here in FL into my apartment. No need to keep her place as a storage center. Within one of the boxes was a single cardboard box sleeve filled with baseball cards. Dont know where they came from or the reason for them being separate from the flooded collection. In any case, these cards are more than super mint. They are brand new. Havent seen the light of day in 18 years or so! Going through them with my mom, a baseball stat freak, we found a good hundred of "Names Ive Heard of" and about a score or so or ones that have to be worth at least something (Sammy Sosa from 1991? Numerous Hall of Famers etc) Though, now with the internet...and no baseball card stores (who'd rip me off im sure) around...what the hell do I do with them now? Where do you find pricing? (Though, cards are only worth what people are willing to pay) Where do I even begin to let the world know what I have? Baseball cards and their allure, elude me at my age...and getting rid of them almost as much. Anyone have any experience?