The supply of bleacher seats, singles and seat pairs from the demolition of Yankee Stadium in 2009 is getting smaller, according to Steiner Sports.
Bidding for the 1857 ‘Laws of Baseball’ documents, the Don Drysdale collection, an early Sandy Koufax jersey and hundreds of other items is underway.
The 2016 baseball season will play out through TOPPS NOW, a new program that will turn moments and milestones into cards that have a 24-hour sales window.
Panini brings its Player of the Day promotion to basketball with prizes for pulling the right card and a chance to spend the day with an NBA player.
Boxes and packs from the 1960s, 70s and 80s and hundreds of autographed items are in the newly-launched Collect Auctions catalog.
The Atlantic City show will include well-known former New York athletes, Mike Tyson and the entire 2015 Baseball Hall of Fame class.
With the clock ticking down on a long history of production, here’s a list of our picks for the top 10 vintage Topps football cards ever made.
The 2013 Bowman Chrome Draft Kris Bryant auto saga takes yet another turn as previously unknown parallels appear on a single grading submission.
Promoters are hoping for a big turnout in May when they hold a large one-day show at the BucksMont Sports Center, featuring over 100 tables and 14 signers.
Smithsonian Channel will air six one-hour episodes of Sports Detectives, which aims to uncover what happened to some historic sports memorabilia.
CSA Shows has 30,000 more square feet for April’s three-day Chantilly event that will include dozens of autograph signers and dealers from 19 states.
A Dodgers attorney browsing eBay ran into some items he knew shouldn’t be for sale and helped set up a trap to catch the thieves.
Dozens of past and present athletes were part of the autograph roster at the Fanatics Sports Spectacular show in Rosemont, IL over the weekend.
A local promoter is putting together a regional show for the Sacramento area in May.
The annual Ohio Sports Collectors Show is a month away with the usual vintage appeal but a major NFL prospect will also be there signing autographs.
The 2016 Topps Baseball cover boy talks about collecting, his brushes with other famous athletes and a new Nats’ promotion that’ll turn him into a Chia Pet.
A six-figure sale of a 1916 Babe Ruth card highlighted Memory Lane’s I Own It Now catalog.
As the records pile up, Steph Curry basketball cards are among the hottest in the hobby. Trace the history of Curry on cardboard and get links to some of his best.
A shocking loss hasn’t hurt demand for Ronda Rousey autographs and she’s now got an exclusive deal with a major online outlet.