About The Owner

Steve Mandy


   Attack of the Baseball Cards owner, Steve Mandy, a collector for over 59 years, brings over 37 years of hobby experience to help you with your every need. Steve Mandy's story was written about on Sporting News website by writer Joe River in a  April 2, 2019 article about the store and owner. "He (Mandy) has an interesting demeanor; he's got some Arthur Fonzarelli-like coolness to him, but with none of the bravado, and exudes a genuine warmth", wrote Rivera. Steve has been accepted as a member of Sports Cards Collectibles & Memorabilia Professionals. Listed in "Who's Who In America", Steve Mandy has been a guest speaker at schools, hobby conventions & seminars throughout the country. When it comes to memorabilia, sports card or baseball card values, Mandy has also done appraisals of collections and estates for tax purposes and insurance companies and law enforcement agencies. In 1999 and again in October 2004, Mandy was honored by the Township of Union with the Mayors Award for contributions to the community and children of the area. In April 2007 the Township of Union once again honored Attack of the Baseball Cards, by naming the store as the, UNION TOWNSHIP'S BUSINESS OF THE MONTH! On Tuesday, April 11, 2006, Mandy appeared as a sportscard expert quest on Sirius Satellite Maxim Radio, The Covino & Rich Show. On Wednesday, March 28, 2007, Mandy was the special guest on the Doctor Wax Battle Internet Show. On December 5, 2011, Steve Mandy was a guest on theCoaches Corner Show on TV35 Woodbridge, NJ. This award winning store offers something for everyone. A tour of this web site will show you why Attack of the Baseball Cards has been talked about on WFAN (All-Sports Radio), mentioned on New York Yankee Broadcasts and featured in a CNN Network story. "Makes customers better off when they leave than when they arrived", said the Courier News (N.J.) in it's March 7, 2001 issue. Said Bill Daughtry, former WFAN Radio, MSG Network and ESPN Radio host, " it's like going to the local pub...you can hang out and just talk sports."