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CNBC's Scott Cohn examined the effect of the baseball strike on the trading card industry. Cohn said retailers have cut back their orders during the work stoppage, and "with the game in shambles, even the classic cards are less in demand." Steve Gould at AU Sports Memorabilia said his business was about "20% less than last year." Topps said their production of cards was the lowest it has been in 30 years ("Market Wrap," CNBC, 2/27).