An exclusive arrangement with the NBA MVP has put autographed Stephen Curry memorabilia on Fanatics’ websites.
The latest update in an ongoing series of snapshots of the current baseball card market is here as The Pit compiles its top 25 and the total market index.
Upper Deck has partnered with Tim Hortons for a hockey card and contest promotion that will put three-card packs next to the coffee and donuts and offer big -time prizes.
Topps is giving collectors the chance to decide who gets the honor of being card #1 in the 2016 baseball set.
10 tips for making more money selling your sports collectibles–or anything else–during eBay’s current listing special.
An All-Star MVP at 22? That’s rare air. We’ve got a live look at the hottest Mike Trout cards on the open market right now.
A music teacher at a Florida school uses sports cards as an incentive for students to work hard and display good citizenship.
Topps has created a 5×7 version of its 2015 baseball set…but they’re not making many.
Memorabilia, multi-media experiences and even some ‘Gold Jacket’ players will be part of a traveling exhibition this fall and winter.
Make way for a new ultra-high end release this winter when 2015 Topps Definitive Football lands with six autographs per box.
Having opened in the 1980s and actively involved in the hobby for about 40 years, Bill Shaffer says it’s time to give up his store.
A lucrative, multi-year deal means Jack Eichel autographs will only be in Leaf Trading Cards, leaving them out of NHL licensed products.
One of the hobby’s longest running shows returns to the Philadelphia area September 26-28.
Four Youngstown area men have pleaded guilty to their roles in a much larger scheme involving sales of $2 million worth of fake autographs.
The parent company of PSA and PSA/DNA reports on its financial results for fiscal 2015. The company also launched a new collectibles aggregation website.
A seven-figure endorsement deal has the Houston Astros’ young star smiling.
The long-term agreement gives the company exclusive title to hold events at the birthplace of The Babe.
That pile of junk era cards in an old Detroit building may have belonged to a now-deceased Detroit dealer who’d owned them for years.
As Executive Director of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Anne Jewell has one of the dream jobs in all of baseball.
Fromer auction company CEO Bill Mastro will be heading to federal prison after a judge handed down a sentence in the long-running case.