May 10, 2008 / Sponsored Content

Sports cards, memorabilia

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With the beginning of baseball season, what better place to find this stuff than Baseball Card Dugout in Carroll Gardens. The Dugout has been providing its customers with a super selection of cards, wax boxes, comics, toys and sports statues at great prices for over 14 years.

Most people find the family-friendly store to be more like a hang out spot than an uptight store. The atmosphere is so warm and friendly that you can often find customers calling store owner Joe Attianese by his nickname, Joe Rock.

Baseball Card Dugout has weekly sales on sports cards and comics, which can be found at the store website.

Baseball Card Dugout, located at 453 Court St., between Fourth Place and Luqueer Street. Open Monday through Saturday noon to 7:30 pm, Sunday noon to 5 pm. Call (718) 624-2527 or visit

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PJ from Williamsburg says:
The Baseball Card Dugout is the best place for collectors to go. Joe's prices are always fair.
May 11, 2008, 1:28 am
Daniel Designer from Carroll Gardens says:
Don't even bother with Forbidden Planet. That place is a joke played out on the pocketbooks of fake collectors. Go ahead, buy your new action figures. The same ones that sell on eBay and the same one in every mall "comic" store in the country. Joe's store has real collectibles. Things that don't show up on eBay, at least not often. A real collector's store.
Sept. 5, 2008, 5:09 pm

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