I recently picked up the April/May 2008 issue of Beckett Baseball, my first price guide purchase in roughly 15 years. Turns out I don't have a small fortune stashed away in my parents' basement. But should Todd Van Poppel and Harold Miner ever make comebacks, I'll be set for life. Let's see how well you can determine the value of these trading cards. (Basketball card prices from Beckett Basketball, March 2008 .)

1 of 20

\$15
\$40
\$65
\$110
2 of 20

\$4
\$12
\$20
\$30
3 of 20

\$125
\$275
\$400
\$500
4 of 20

\$70
\$150
\$250
\$375
5 of 20

\$10
\$25
\$50
\$75
6 of 20

\$5
\$10
\$20
\$30
7 of 20

\$4
\$12
\$20
\$28
8 of 20

\$50
\$80
\$180
\$250
9 of 20

Zero
\$0.25
\$0.40
\$0.60
10 of 20

\$1
\$4
\$7
\$10
11 of 20

\$8
\$24
\$40
\$64
12 of 20

\$25
\$40
\$60
\$75
13 of 20

\$8
\$24
\$48
\$75
14 of 20

\$75
\$125
\$200
\$250
15 of 20

\$8
\$15
\$30
\$50
16 of 20

\$5
\$20
\$35
\$50
17 of 20

\$50
\$75
\$100
\$125
18 of 20

\$4
\$15
\$22
\$30
19 of 20

\$200
\$300
\$400
\$500
20 of 20

\$2.50
\$15
\$25
\$2,800